A trap in every fifth backyard
Suburban New Zealanders are joining the crusade to rid the country of destructive predators by 2050.
Wireless charging tech vital for EV uptake
To help alleviate concerns of operating an EV, extending range is critical. That’s where wireless charging research comes in.
A rare chance to help our oceans
Victoria University’s Joanna Mossop argues that a proposed UN treaty to protect oceans will be vital in creating new legal obligations.
NZ scientists set sail in search of new species
Auckland Museum’s Head of Natural Sciences Dr Tom Trnski talks to Mark Jennings about a new expedition to document undiscovered marine plant and animal species.
Sri Lanka-NZ elephant deal looks doubtful
Questions are being raised about a previous elephant gifting deal between Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
New sea level rules prepare for the worst
Coastal hazards guidance held back by the previous government is advising councils to plan for worst-case scenario sea level rise for major coastal developments.
Anne Salmond: Forestry plan not out of the woods
Dame Anne Salmond wants to see the Forestry Service re-established, but only with lessons from the past on board.