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New Zealand has a golden opportunity to build on the strengths of our primary sector and transform our rural heartland into a global model for regenerative agriculture. Join us for a series of conversations with farmers, soil scientists, and business leaders to explore the opportunities for regenerative farming, the role of market mechanisms, funding models, soil science, systems-thinking, and community mental health. Enjoy!
https://pureadvantage.org/

Our Regenerative Future Pure Advantage

    • Business
    • 4.8 • 4 Ratings

New Zealand has a golden opportunity to build on the strengths of our primary sector and transform our rural heartland into a global model for regenerative agriculture. Join us for a series of conversations with farmers, soil scientists, and business leaders to explore the opportunities for regenerative farming, the role of market mechanisms, funding models, soil science, systems-thinking, and community mental health. Enjoy!
https://pureadvantage.org/

    New Season Trailer: Our Regenerative Future - Season 2

    New Season Trailer: Our Regenerative Future - Season 2

    Welcome back to Our Regenerative Future. In this season we explores O Tātou Ngāhere ~ Our Forest, and stems from our collaboration with project partners, Tāne’s Tree Trust - New Zealand’s preeminent native forest experts and scientists.
    Together, we’ve taken a deep dive into the regeneration of native forests, as a source of natural, spiritual, and economic value.
    The purpose of this series is to spark cross-sector dialogue and get people thinking about the potential for native forests in a regenerative and restorative economy.
    We will be hosting an array of esteemed panelists from all over New Zealand such as; Dame Anne Salmond, Peter Berg ONZM, Ramona Radford, James Treadwell, Adele Fitzpatrick, Erana Walker and more.
    Be sure to tune in.
    Episode 1: The Pure Advantages of Native Forests: Why our forests matter so much for us and for the world
    Episode 2: The Native Forest Opportunity: Finding Land for new native forests
    Episode 3: How to Grow a Forest: Creating new native forests through transitioning, Planting and Regenerating, and sustainable forest management
    Episode 4: The Many Benefits of Native Forests: Recognizing and valuing the non-timber values of native forests
    Episode 5: The Carbon Sink: the role of native forests in meeting our net-zero emissions target
    Episode 6: Making it Happen: the policies and incentives needed to stimulate and maintain an increase in the area of native forests in perpetuity
    Episode 7: Envisioning the Future: the place of New Zealand’s native forests in 2050 and 2500
    This seasons episodes are hosted by Vincent Heeringa and brought to from Pure Advantage and Tāne's Tree Trust.

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    Ep. 13 The Pure Advantages of Native Forests

    Ep. 13 The Pure Advantages of Native Forests

    The Pure Advantages of Native Forests: Why our Forests matter so much for us and for the World
    In this first episode of Season Two, host Vincent Heeringa of This Climate Business introduces the big themes of the https://pureadvantage.org/o-tatou-ngahere/ (O Tātou Ngāhere) programme with Professor Warwick Silvester of https://www.tanestrees.org.nz/ (Tānes Tree Trust), Sheridan Ashford of https://www.futureforesters.com/ (Future Foresters) and Ramona Radford of government research institute https://www.scionresearch.com/ (Scion).
    The discussion unpacks the current state of NZ’s native forests and the major issues and opportunities forests face around climate change, biodiversity, water quality, economic, spiritual, and cultural importance for all New Zealanders.
    For more information and to explore the complete programme of work visit https://pureadvantage.org/ (Pure Advantage)
    Enjoy.

    • 51 min
    Ep. 14 The Native Forest Opportunity

    Ep. 14 The Native Forest Opportunity

    The Native Forest Opportunity: Finding Land for New Native Forests
    In this episode, host Vincent Heeringa asks an expert panel; "Where will all the land come from?" - to meet ambitious goals to plant 300,000 more hectares of native forest by 2035, which has been proposed by the New Zealand Climate Change Commission.
    How Can We Scale That Goal?
    To provide answers and solutions, Vince is joined by https://www.treesthatcount.co.nz/ (Trees That Count) CEO Adele Fitzpatrick, Professor David Norton from the University of Canterbury https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/engineering/schools/forestry/ (Te Kura Ngahere) | School of Forestry and James Treadwell, President of the https://www.nzif.org.nz/ (NZ Institute of Forestry) and together they cover the subjects of land use models, policy, incentives and more.
    For more information and to explore the complete programme of work visit https://pureadvantage.org/ (Pure Advantage)
    Enjoy.

    • 57 min
    Ep 12: Series Finale - Towards a Regenerative Future

    Ep 12: Series Finale - Towards a Regenerative Future

    Episode 12 of the Our Regenerative Future Series.
    In this podcast, our host and author Alina Siegfried talks with Dame Anne Salmond from The University of Auckland, Hamish Bielski from Rehoboth Farm, Mike Taitoko from Calm the Farm and Business Journalist Rod Oram.
    In this Our Regenerative Future series finale, the panelists discuss the advantages of a regenerative economy in Aotearoa NZ, one that seeks to address our primary sector challenges in a systematic way and push us to lead the world in this important regenerative revolution.
    Links:
    Pure Advantage: www.pureadvantage.org
    Host Alina Seigfried: https://www.alinasiegfried.com
    Follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/pureadvantage/

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Ep 11: Regenerative Tourism

    Ep 11: Regenerative Tourism

    Episode 11 of the Our Regenerative Future Series.
    In this podcast, our host and author Alina Siegfried talks with Trent Yeo from Ziptrek EcoTours, Dr Susanne Becken Professor of Sustainable Tourism, and Laurissa Cooney Chair with Tourism Bay of Plenty.
    The panelists discuss the future of tourism in a COVID impacted world and how regenerative tourism can be a strategy for healing and sustaining an industry that is vital to New Zealand, and one that underpins our unique advantages and clean, green image.
    Links:
    Article on Regenerative Tourism by Susanne Becken: https://pureadvantage.org/news/2020/07/31/regenerative-tourism-opportunity-for-tourism-recovery/
    Pure Advantage: www.pureadvantage.org
    Host Alina Seigfried: https://www.alinasiegfried.com
    Follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/pureadvantage/

    • 48 min
    Ep 10: Urban Regenerative Agriculture

    Ep 10: Urban Regenerative Agriculture

    Episode 10 of the Our Regenerative Future Series.
    In this podcast, our host and author Alina Siegfried talks with Sheldon Levet from Kaicycle, Sarah Smuts Kennedy from For the Love of Bees, Bailey Peryman from Cultivate Christchurch and Daniel Schuurman from Biologix.
    The panelists reimagine the future of local food production in our cities and discuss how building networks of urban regenerative farmers can help improve biodiversity, build carbon rich soils and lead to community well being.
    Links:
    Urban Farmers Alliance: https://www.urbanfarmersalliance.org.nz/urban-farms
    OMG Urban Farm:
    Pure Advantage: www.pureadvantage.org
    Host Alina Seigfried: https://www.alinasiegfried.com
    Follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/pureadvantage/

    • 53 min

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