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Today we’re with Dr Jane Ough – Companion Animal Veterinarian at South Wairarapa Vets – who’s wearing her very new New Zealand Veterinary Association Climate Change Ambassador’s hat.
This is the second time Dr Jane has been on Paws Claws Wet Noses.
You can listen to her previous episodes 87, 88 and 89 – where she introduced the climate change initiatives South Wairarapa Vets has implemented.
Today, Jane talks about how the NZVA Climate Change Ambassador volunteer position came about and some of the first steps the Vet Association is taking to find out more about its own carbon footprint.
She also talks about more initiatives South Wairarapa Vets have implemented and the responses she’s getting from both staff and clients.
We start the conversation here with me asking Jane what she’s been up to since the last time we caught up, which was before the NZVA Conference in June 2022.
I think you'll be equally impressed by her passion (even if you don't agree with everything she says) as I am!
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Tune in again next week where Dr Jane shares more of what they’ve been doing at South Wairarapa and the differences they’re making.
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