Two minutes with: Te Radar

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21st February, 2013
Are these shows an extension of “think global, act local”? There’s a globality to them – if that’s a word – and it’s local as well. So many people, globally and locally, complain about things. We find people who see a problem, a resource that someone else has considered superfluous, and have gone, “We think there’s something we can actually do about that.” What overseas sustainable effort most interested you? In Cuba, a former professor of Marxist philosophy had built this machine in the jungle – it ground coffee, it crushed his ...

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