“I guess boats were the first tiny houses”, our onboard-guest came to the same conclusions as we did when we bought Kahu some months ago. Ever since we moved to the 8 meter we call home, we are referring to our Raven26 as a tiny house. Not a far-fetched referral, at least size wise: Even … Continue reading Living big on a tiny boat
“I’ve been fascinated by the Maori approach to the living quality of nature for a while so it was really interesting to read your email and see your webpage. It so happens that we are preparing a series for the BBC World Service which will profile each of the world’s oceans and talk to people … Continue reading BBC Ocean Stories 4/4: We are part of it
Sitting in an environment court is an experience of its own. I would know. For the last two weeks, I had the opportunity to be present in a case around the island of Motiti. The indigenous people, represented in the Motiti Rohe Moana Trust (MRMT), sought protection for their ocean, their coast and reefs. It´s … Continue reading Tipping point: Non-word of the year
“Real solutions to the climate crisis are being built by those who have always protected the Earth and by those who fight every day to defend their environment and living conditions. We need to globalise these solutions. For us, the struggles for climate justice and social justice are one and the same. It is the … Continue reading Climate Change – be a part of the solutions.