recycling

To reach a port we must set sail: a life and craft shaped by the sea

To reach a port we must set sail: a life and craft shaped by the sea

Karli Gould of Gould Marine spent ten years as a sail/cover maker before she and her husband sold up and went to Europe to have their ‘later in life’ adventure. After eight years exploring the Mediterranean on a classic yacht, they returned home and built their paradise in the Sounds with an eye to use it as a workplace – and it turned out to be a fantastic place to be inspired.

What is the most important thing in the world? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.

What is the most important thing in the world? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.
Auckland-based social enterprise Tat Upcycle has a kaupapa of supporting its community members through proactive, holistic recovery and respect for Papatuanuku Mother Earth. Started by Hone Pene and Walter Marsters, and now joined by Dalton Neho and Joe Moana, the organisation diverts waste from landfill and offers a positive pathway for those recovering from addiction.