Extinction is not just a matter of life and death, it is the hinge between existence and non-being. Today, the rising threat of mass extinction poses an unprecedented challenge for security, and to the ontology and ethics that attend it.
Earlier this year New Zealand was crowned the most socially advanced country in the world! And if you ask any Kiwi, they will certainly back the claims that NZ really is the most socially progressive nation – after all they were the first to give women the vote and they are nuclear free! In part 1 of this 2 part series, Peter Ramage takes a look back at NZ’s history as a social innovator, and explores why NZ was identified as leading the world on social ‘advancedness’.