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In defence of the environment

In defence of the environment In defence of the environment, 25.77 MB
Thu 21 Sep 2017

In the ramp up for the 2017 election, reporter Jack Marshall spoke with Gary Taylor, the CEO of New Zealand’s Environmental Defence Society about the state of New Zealand land air and sea. Taylor gives us a rundown of the parties, policies and how we head forward after the election.

Is the environment a TOP priority?

Is the environment a TOP priority? Is the environment a TOP priority?, 19.14 MB
Tue 22 Aug 2017

This week on The Wire we're talking to politicians about the environment.

The Opportunities Party's Deputy Leader Geoff Simmons joins us to discuss the party's approach to environmental policy, including waterways, climate change and conservation.

Which party has the strongest climate change policies?

Which party has the strongest climate change policies? Which party has the strongest climate change policies?, 6.86 MB
Tue 22 Aug 2017

Nigel Brunell is the Director of Financial Markets at OMF and an expert on carbon trading. He joined us to discuss New Zealand's emission's trading scheme and what voters should look for in climate change policy.

The One To Four with Gin: August 22, 2017

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Tue 22 Aug 2017

Stinky Grooves: August 22, 2017

Stinky Grooves: August 22, 2017 Stinky Grooves: August 22, 2017, 329.52 MB
Tue 22 Aug 2017

Graveyard with Morgana August 22, 2017

Graveyard with Morgana August 22, 2017.mp3 mp3, 219.22 MB
Tue 22 Aug 2017

Snotty, shit head garage punk for everyone!!!!!!!!

This weeks show is a house party full of total pahnk kants; TOTAL dickbags the ones that think it's funny to leave a shit in your fridge but make really REALLY leathery tyte tunes, so, mehhh....

I'm not gonna lie though, I dont talk for the last half hour because I had to bench press some z's under the desk, but that first hour, my God. HAWT. SHYT.

95bFM Breakfast with Sarah: August 22, 2017

95bFM Breakfast with Sarah: August 22, 2017 95bFM Breakfast with Sarah: August 22, 2017, 325.62 MB
Tue 22 Aug 2017

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Mikey's got gummed up ears; Penelope's got body mod concerns; we talk HP48HRS with Auckland City Manager, Morgan Leigh Stewart; Sarah's teen years sound pretty sketchy; Ximena hates syncopation; and Prof. Drummond tells us tales of computers, viruses and evolution.

Morning Glory: Tuesday August 22nd, 2017

Morning Glory: Tuesday August 22nd, 2017 Morning Glory: Tuesday August 22nd, 2017, 211.96 MB
Tue 22 Aug 2017

The Wire with India: Tuesday August 22, 2017

The Wire with India: Tuesday August 22, 2017 The Wire with India: Tuesday August 22, 2017, 23.95 MB
Tue 22 Aug 2017

On today's Wire, India, Lucy and Mack talk to two of the journalists behind a new documentary series The Valley which investigates the New Zealand Defence Force’s role in Afghanistan, Paula Penfold and Jon Stephenson.

As we're focussing on the environment this week, we explore the issues of climate change in the context of this year’s election. We hear perspectives from Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox, The Opportunities Party's Deputy Leader Geoff Simmons, and Nigel Brunell, the Director of Financial Markets at OMF.

On the Green Desk, Lilly Peacocke speaks to an environmental protection group looking after Auckland’s Meola Creek.

Māori Party proposes visa for climate change refugees

Māori Party proposes visa for climate change refugees Māori Party proposes visa for climate change refugees, 13.73 MB
Tue 22 Aug 2017

Following their partnership with the One Pacific Party, the Māori Party are proposing a new visa category for climate change refugees from the Pacific.

The Māori Party announced the policy last week, alongside an one-off amnesty for Pacific overstayers.

The new refugee status stands alongside the party’s other climate change policies of planting 100,000 hectares of forest over 10 years and subsidising solar panels in the regions and poorer communities.

Co-leader Marama Fox told reporter Mack Smith the threat of climate change was no longer on the horizon.