Failure to report dolphin death must be investigated
WWF-New Zealand is calling for the review of Operation Achilles, announced by the Ministry of ...
Challenge 55 takes off!
Kiwis are standing up for Māui dolphins – so far around 100 amazing people have signed up to WWF’s ...
Reconnecting Northland - a powerful, unifying restoration vision
The health of New Zealand’s Northland forests is a key 2016 priority for applauded landscape scale ...
Fishing industry attempts to derail Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary
WWF-New Zealand has criticised the fishing industry’s attempt to derail the Kermadec Ocean ...
New Zealanders take up the Challenge to save the last 55 Māui dolphins
On May 5, WWF-New Zealand will launch ‘Challenge 55’ where people from all over the country will ...
Overwhelming science supports Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary Bill
Today, in support of the Kermadec Science Symposium, WWF-New Zealand applauds the overwhelming ...
The Culinary Art of Sustainable Fish - Fiji Sustainable Seafood Project scholarship
2016 WWF-Pacific Sustainable Seafood Project scholarship winner, Mr Mohammed Shameer Khan. The ...
New Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary Bill Welcomed
WWF-New Zealand congratulates the government for taking decisive action to protect the incredibly ...
Govt papers prove EEZ was scratched from marine proposal
New papers show that in June 2015, or shortly after, the New Zealand government chose to break its ...
2016 community funding rounds now closed
Community conservation funding rounds have now closed. The next round will open on 1 July.