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Extra Time Should Result in Greater Climate Ambition & Action

We understand the Government's decision to take more time to begin the consultation process for Aotearoa's Emissions Reduction Plan (ERP). However, ...

15 Sep 2021 Read more »

A new marina development on Waiheke Island is threatening the wellbeing of Kororā

Kororā, the world’s smallest penguin, calls Aotearoa home. However, their existence is at risk because of us.

15 Jul 2021 Read more »

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 »