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World First Study Shows Leopard Seal Birth and Pup Sightings are Not Limited to the Antarctic

A new study identifies leopard seal births and pups in the first database of its kind and reveals evidence that these sightings are not limited to ...

26 Jul 2022 Read more »

WWF-New Zealand Statement on the call to stop Deep Sea Mining:

Statement from Livia Esterhazy, WWF-New Zealand CEO: Thousands of New Zealanders have called on this Government to ban seabed mining in Aotearoa.

10 Jul 2022 Read more »

New Tech is a Win-Win for Conservation and Fisheries

New Zealand’s inshore fisheries and marine conservation is about to fundamentally change with the rollout of cameras on boats.

25 May 2022 Read more »

Budget 2022- is the ERP all there is for our Environment?

Statement from WWF-New Zealand CEO Livia Esterhazy:

19 May 2022 Read more »

Bon Voyage to WWF-New Zealand’s Whale Tales!

Tāmaki Makaurau’s largest public art trail of 2022 comes to an end.

04 May 2022 Read more »