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 ...
New Zealanders will vote to protect Maui’s
A new Colmar Brunton poll released today by WWF shows 60% of New Zealanders are more likely to vote ...
Maui’s dolphins need more protection, not more seismic surveying
WWF is calling for Maui's dolphins to be protected across their range from risky acitivies ...
WWF responds to Minister’s ‘challenge’ on Maui’s dolphins
In response to Conservation Minister Nick Smith's challenge on National Radio today to "show me the ...
IWC Scientific Committee calls for action to save Maui’s
The Government needs to take action to save Maui's dolphins from extinction according to a report ...
WWF welcomes Green Party Climate Protection Plan
This package of measures has the potential to set New Zealand on the path to becoming a low-carbon ...
Long-term fishery improvement plan needed for orange roughy not hasty certification
WWF says the priority for orange roughy should be an improvement plan to address sustainability ...
Govt ignores sightings, puts Maui’s at risk of extinction
The Government is putting Maui’s dolphin at risk of extinction by ignoring scientific evidence of ...
WWF Launches New Campaign to Highlight Maui’s Dolphin Plight in Election Year
We are down to the last 55 dolphins, so we are calling on political leaders to take action to save ...