Are surfers selfish?

Are surfers selfish?

By Taga Dagat* Kiwi surfers often lay claim to being the southernmost surfing community in the world. Located on the tip of the Polynesian Triangle, Aotearoa New Zealand’s swell-exposed coasts are savage to say the least; bent and beaten by Antarctic weather patterns....
Q+A: Why are shark populations in decline?

Q+A: Why are shark populations in decline?

Often thought of as the king of the ocean, shark populations are on the decline the world over, while their habitats have been affected by human contact. Mitchell Fuller talks to Riley Elliot about sharks, their decline, and the role they play as apex predators in our...
Q+A: Are we living in a climate of ignorance?

Q+A: Are we living in a climate of ignorance?

After a prominent New Zealand radio host claimed that the science of man-made climate change was not yet settled – and used dodgy sources to do so – Joel Rindelaub, research fellow at the University of Auckland issued a rebuttal titled ‘Why Sources Matter in a Climate...