Whaling commission shifts toward conservation agenda
The 65th meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) ended today with a landmark decision ...
IWC governments to decide future of scientific whaling
Portoroz, Slovenia, 15 September 2014 – The 89 member countries of the International Whaling ...
Government accused of double-standards on fishing compensation proposal
Global conservation organisation WWF today accused the government of double-standards on its ...
Arctic expedition pioneers technique for polar bear research
A team of French scientists working in partnership with WWF has for the first time isolated polar ...
Labour's Environment Policy welcomed
WWF-New Zealand today welcomed the Labour Party's Environment Policy statement, calling it a major ...
New shark finning laws fall short for threatened species, says Shark Alliance
Environmental groups are welcoming some aspects of a raft of law changes announced today in ...
Calling all new ideas for nature
Kiwi innovators from across the country could win a share of $90,000 to develop fresh ideas that ...
100,000 demand political leaders save last 55 Maui’s
Senior politicians were presented with a petition signed by over 100,000 people demanding action to ...
New Zealanders speak out for the last 55
"Most extinctions we can blame on previous generations. This is on our watch."
Global Clean Tech report shows room for improvement in NZ
A new report released last night comparing 40 countries on clean technology shows middle-ranked New ...