Monthly Archives: October 2011

Ocean Wave Power for New Zealand – a Reality Check

Now that we’ve all had time to see how the Rena disaster has played out, a number of later lessons, versus early lessons can be taken. Our marine infrastructure, after a slow start, is doing a plucky job in cleaning … Continue reading

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Early Lessons from the Rena

The Rena emergency is notable from a number of viewpoints in addition to the obvious one of the environmental damage it is already causing. The first is that, in the era of GPS and electronic navigation, it shouldn’t have happened … Continue reading

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