Since I was in Wellington for a few days, I finally visited Te Papa's exhibition Te Taiao | Nature. The expo features some of the shorebird conservation work I contributed to in Piha, among other stories.
The multiple screens installed in the exposition's area display the stories community groups who work hard to enhance their backyard. From cleaning polluted streams to helping lake birds breed, the stories are diverse but with one common aspect; local folk successfully taking action to solve environmental issues.
Right before at the end of the exposition's space, there is a big screen playing some of the stories in a loop.
You can browse some of the stories on the museum's website. Just navigate through the map and click on the icons to learn more about each of them.
Thanks to Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand for showcasing some our work - very humbling.