Para Kore is an organisation dedicated to practices that enhance and protect the natural environment. The Para Kore Zero Waste program has been adopted by over 120 marae around Aotearoa, with the aim of all marae being Para Kore by the year 2020.
Turtles, coral reefs and all sea life are endangered by some of the everyday things we do. So what can we do to help save our seas? This is a short clip of a snorkeling trip in the Gili islands.
The theme song for the 2017 Para Kore hui that i attended recently. So good to see the youth also taking up the kaupapa of looking after Papatuanuku.
The Green School is a fantastic example of eco focussed education that enhances and supports the environment with innovative thinking and practice.
Xtreme Zero Waste in Raglan NZ, what a fantastic initiative, turning waste into employment and helping our environment at the same time.
Attended the 2017 Para Kore hui in Kawhia recently. What a fantastic kaupapa of educating and supporting practices and people who are dedicated to looking after Papatuanuku.
Ban the Bag is a petition delivered to New Zealand Government to put an end to single use plastic bags in New Zealand. These bags are big contributors to the plastics that are floating around in the ocean, polluting the sea and killing wild life.
Manu need kai during the winter, making a Bird Feeder is easy and a great way to ensure your local birds have food, and as a bonus, its also great entertainment.
There is a lot of responsibility that goes with caring for the environment. Papatuanuku needs help from all of us to create a world that our children can inherit.
Kearoa Marae in Rotorua has a Micro Hydro unit that powers their marae, wharekai and farm with power left over to sell back to the grid. Creating a sustainable eco friendly solution to running their marae and looking after the environment at the same time.
Kaiwaka’s love for the land has led him on a journey that has ended with a passion for growing organic kai. His legacy is one of inspiration and dedication that will be handed down for generations to come.