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Forest & Bird is concerned that the process being run by the Far North District Council to review its Vehicles on Beaches Bylaw will result in the bylaw providing for vehicle use on beaches in a manner that is inconsistent with the New Zealand Coast
Forest & Bird submitted to Auckland Council on the Animal Management Bylaw review. Forest & Bird has for many years had a strong interest and involvement in the greater Auckland area and has a long-standing interest in improving biodiversity and
Forest & Bird has three branches and a long history of conservation in the Hawke’s Bay region.
Feedback on the Canterbury Regional Council (Environment Canterbury) Long Term Plan Te Pae Tawhiti 2021/31
Forest & Bird has for many years had a strong interest and involvement in the greater Auckland area. Our strategic vision for the region is:
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.
The Water Services Bill addresses the need for a regulatory regime that will “ensure that drinking water suppliers provide safe drinking water to consumers”.
This submission is made to Central Hawke’s Bay (CHB) District Council on behalf of the national office and the local branch of Forest & Bird.
Summary of Forest & Bird's submission to Department of Conservation on whitebait management:
New Zealand’s six whitebait species are at risk. If something urgent is not done to conserve these species, they could be lost forever.
Forest & Bird welcomes the Action for Healthy Waterways discussion document but considers that significant changes are required to achieve Ministers’ intention to make real change as quickly as possible.
Read and watch Forest & Bird's submissions in support of the Crown Minerals (Petroleum) Amendment Bill.
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Forest & Bird is a registered charitable entity in terms of the Charities Act 2005. Registration No. CC26943.
Authorised by Kevin Hague, Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society, 205 Victoria St, Wellington.
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