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Forest & Bird says all political parties who are serious about climate change and the environment need to support an important new bill to protect public conservation land from new mines.
Forest & Bird today welcomed the release of a draft National Plan of Action on Sharks, which provides a constructive platform for protecting the diversity of sharks that live in Aotearoa New Zealand’s waters.
Forest & Bird is pleased to see the Government wants to prioritise nature-based solutions in the National Adaptation Plan, released today, saying European heatwaves and South Island flooding is showing the impacts of climate change are already too l
Forest & Bird’s Hauraki Islands and Rotorua branches are recipients of the 2022 annual Branch Award, while Gemma Marnane (Southland) has been awarded the Te Kaiārahi Rangatahi o te Taiao Youth Award.
Forest & Bird’s appeal against a proposed opencast coal mine will be heard at the Environment Court in Christchurch from next week.
Forest & Bird is pleased to announce the dates and theme for New Zealand’s most hotly anticipated avian election, Bird of the Year 2022.
Forest & Bird will be heard before the High Court in Invercargill on 18-19 July on its application for judicial review of Southland District Council’s decision to grant access for new coal exploration and mining.
Forest & Bird says ridding Rakiura Stewart Island of introduced predators will be a global game-changer and welcomes the $2.8m research agreement between Manaaki Whenua and Predator Free Rakiura, announced today.
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