Tiny solution for fisheries’ big problems
A tiny device being developed by researchers at Victoria University of Wellington could save the seafood industry millions.
US to attend climate talks despite Trump
The United States says it it will continue attending United Nations climate change meetings, even as President Donald Trump considers pulling the U.S. out of a global emissions-cutting deal. While U.S. representatives are in Bonn, Germany, next week...
Sustainable farming flies high
A farmer’s cold call to Air NZ set in motion a new pathway for sustainable agriculture and corporate responsibility.
NZ water levy: the missing billions
Charging bottling companies 10 cents per litre for NZ water could bring in billions of dollars in revenue for the country.
Fed Farmers boss hopes to cultivate trust
The first woman president of one of our most male-dominated organisations explains how she plans to work with farming’s critics.
NZ First chases anti-1080 vote
New Zealand First wants to ban 1080. What would that mean for our native wildlife? David Hansford reports.
Climate change’s brutal toll on Africa
It is a bitter irony that the countries that have done the least to cause climate change are going to suffer the most.
Meet the man with NZ’s toughest job
Making New Zealand predator-free seems like an impossible goal. Shane Cowlishaw meets the man tasked with making it happen.