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The rivers that run through Currie
You might have noticed that Currie looks a bit different. We have a new brand, a new website, and a renewed appreciation of how people care ab...
08 December 2020
Proud To Be Producing
“Sleep’s overrated,” Dad would mumble over his Uncle Tobys Plus at 7am in the morning. Rugged up in a dark navy coat to match the bags under...
20 November 2020
Finding solutions to harvest fruit and veg this summer
For months, the horticultural industry has warned of not enough people to harvest fruit and vegetables this coming summer. This could see crops le...
07 October 2020
Falling back in love with language
I’ve always loved language: reading, writing, editing, talking. People who know me know that I love to talk. But with isolation to stop the spre...
28 August 2020
Get ready to be kinder, fairer
Will people be more important than the economy in the wake of COVID-19? Sustainability leader and company director Sam Mostyn predicts that a ...
19 August 2020
Connection to country: giving legal life to a river
Aotearoa New Zealand is blessed with rivers. A cultural lifeforce. Precious water – a tupuna, or ancestor – that has nourished the people on i...
19 June 2020
Behavioural science at work for nature conservation
At Currie we use behavioural science to help inform our communications activities and solve problems. This month, as part of our #CurrieForNature ...
06 May 2020
Human nature, hope and recycling
Often, I get sad when I take out our rubbish or recycling. At the apartment block where I live, we have communal recycling bins, an e-waste bin an...
01 May 2020
Let’s stand by nature, today
COVID-19. Wow. Where do you start? Let’s start with nature. Is our destruction of nature responsible for COVID-19? COVID-19 highlights the link ...
22 April 2020