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A Positive Sea Change for Tīkapa Moana, the Hauraki Gulf

WWF-New Zealand is thrilled to finally see the Government take action to revitalize the Gulf - based on Tai Timu Tai Pari/Sea Change - the Hauraki ...

21 Jun 2021 Read more »

Cameras on Fishing Boats: Finally, A Win for Transparency

After advocating for years, WWF-New Zealand is thrilled we are able to celebrate the Government's announcement to put cameras on over 300 commercial ...

17 Jun 2021 Read more »

Dr Aroha Spinks responds to the final Climate Change Commission recommendations.

WWF-New Zealand's Dr Aroha Spinks, Kaihautū Taiao/Environmental Science Director, responds to the final Climate Change Commission recommendations.

09 Jun 2021 Read more »

WWF-New Zealand: The Government Delivers a ‘Business As Usual’ Budget.

WWF's Kaihautū Taiao / Environmental Science Director, Dr Aroha Spinks, reacts to the Government's Business As Usual Budget: "Te toto o te tangata, ...

20 May 2021 Read more »

WWF-New Zealand: Submission in support of a Temporary Closure (under s186A) on Waiheke Island.

WWF-New Zealand supports the request for a rāhui/temporary closure to be placed around Waiheke Island.

05 May 2021 Read more »