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Aotearoa sharpens Sherpa’s ambitions on conservation in Nepal
Tsewang Nuru Sherpa is fearless about speaking out on critical environmental issues, and that’s because he needs to be.
PhD just tip of the iceberg for glaciologist Lauren Vargo
Aotearoa New Zealand’s position in the world, on the shakey edge of the Pacific Rim, is a real drawcard for students of Earth...
Lea leaps into adventure of a lifetime
As an anthropology student and a seasoned traveller, Lea Kilgenstein combined the best of both worlds by writing a thesis on the...
India to Aotearoa: Ash’s passion for conservation finds a new home
Ash Muralidhar loves the New Zealand bush. It is a place she feels confident and connected. It’s also an environment she is...
Winds of Change students team up to tackle shared climate challenges
New Zealand and Chile are distant neighbours in the Southern Ocean and have much in common – not only rugged geography, ecosystems,...
Graduate’s Kiwi know-how helps reduce water use in UAE desert
Wafa Al Yamani has the honour of being Massey University’s first PhD graduate from the United Arab Emirates, and her success puts a...
New Zealand ready to lead students to a more sustainable future
As the world warms and the impact of humans on the planet is undeniable, a new generation of students is seeking to shape a more...