Blake’s boat coming home
Sir Peter Blake’s boat is returning to New Zealand for the first time since his death.
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...
Barns no magic bullet for dairy dilemma
Suggestions that NZ move to housing cows in barns could mean swapping one set of environmental problems for another.
Drowning islands scenario challenged
A 1:50 scale replica of a coral reef island in Tuvalu has been constructed to show that islands on coral reefs will be more resilient to sea level rise than has been thought in the past.
Young Kiwis get their hands dirty for our oceans’ sake
Sixty young environmental leaders came together for the future health of our oceans.
The big environmental challenges for NZ
Dr Jan Wright: ‘If you put on your carbon glasses, the world starts to look a little different.‘
The true cost of New Zealand water
The Government says nobody owns the water, but that hasn’t stopped people making hundreds of thousands of dollars selling it, reports Eloise Gibson.