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The Ministry for the Environment’s latest environmental report presents a damning indictment of the way food is produced in New Zealand.
Forest & Bird has for many years had a strong interest and involvement in the greater Auckland area. Our strategic vision for the region is:
Forest & Bird is calling on the Department of Conservation to decline an application for a new opencast mine that would destroy native forest on conservation land.
The Government has caved to pressure from industry by backing away from rules that would protect Southland’s rivers from pollution.
A rāhui has been placed around Waiheke Island for the next two years by local iwi Ngāti Pāoa supported by the local Waiheke community.
Te Rūnanga o Awarua are progressing three mātaitai reserves around the Murihiku (Southland) coastline.
Government Ministers need to review their decision to leave out nitrogen pollution limits from last year's freshwater law reform.
The Government has been elected at a crucial moment in history, as Aotearoa faces the unprecedented challenges of climate change and a major pandemic on top of a natural environment already in crisis.
New Zealand’s peat wetlands are more powerful than tropical forests at absorbing carbon.
Lake Clearwater in Ashburton Basin lakes is closed as of yesterday until further notice due to terrible water quality from a potentially toxic algal bloom.
Four-wheel drive vehicles are destroying fences aimed at protecting nesting birds and driving over entire areas of beach, after a bylaw to ban vehicles from a stretch of Marlborough's coastline south of Marfells Beach has failed to progress.
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