Today on The Wire for Rāmere Friday!
Joe speaks to Professor Janet Hoek, from the University of Otago, Wellington, about the recently greenlit Smokefree Bill. Joe also speaks to Dr Nic Rawlence from the paleogenetics lab at the University of Otago about how paleoecology and ancient DNA can help inform whether Mahinga Kai practices could be sustainable, as well as how a CT scan of a toothed bird fossil has possibly changed the history of modern birds.
Daniel speaks to Cindy Baxter, from the Coal Action Network about what role Geoengineering plays in climate action.
David spoke to Mike Lee for our regular segment City Counselling. They spoke about Auckland's railway network. David also spoke to Jason Young, a Politics and International Relations professor from Victoria University of Wellington, about the protests occurring in China.
That's us for the Friday Wire!