Focusing on the need for farming change
European officials are increasingly focused on the role of animal farming in climate change.
NZ failing to protect at-risk fish
Freshwater fish are getting left behind and forgotten by legislation which could protect them and the water which is their home.
Oram: It’s vital we find common ground on climate
Imagine our enormous power to change if every Friday we all focused on our responsibilities and responses to the climate.
City air pollution still too high
Auckland should have the best air quality in the world for its size, but city air is polluted and costing taxpayers.
The truth behind ‘tahr-mageddon’
An explosion in tahr numbers on conservation land shouldn’t be a surprise – DOC stopped monitoring them in 2006.
Grandparents, we must leave a habitable planet
Pat Baskett addresses fellow seniors about the thousands of teenagers demonstrating their fear of climate change.
Are honey bees good for our native species?
Farah Hancock reports on the exploding honey bee population’s effect on NZ’s native flora and fauna.
Recycling plastic won’t save the world
Nikki Mandow delves into the economic mysteries behind the guilt-assuaging plastic packaging recycling bins, which mysteriously disappeared from supermarkets last year.