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Forest & Bird says it’s concerning that the Department of Conservation’s Wild Animal Management Framework Te Ara ki Mua fails to mention carbon emissions despite the devastation caused by out-of-control deer and pigs on New Zealand's native forests
Allowing rivers to move rather than engineering them into artificial channels is a nature-friendly way to reduce flooding. By Tom Kay
For the average Kiwi, a play space might bring to mind an area with Lego, balls to kick around, dress-ups and multitude of tiny toys, or a PlayStation.
On 6 June 2022, one of Forest & Bird’s longest serving committee members received a special award from a nonagenarian celebrating her Platinum Jubilee – a Queen’s Service Medal (QSM).
Forest & Bird have eight regional conservation managers (RCMs) across Aotearoa New Zealand.
Mining, quarrying and infrastructure projects will be allowed to destroy New Zealand’s rarest and most important native species and habitats if they meet a 'significance test' under a government policy released for consultation today.
Forest & Bird says the Government’s announcement today that it will allow coal mining and other industries to destroy remaining wetlands is disastrous for the climate and biodiversity.
Forest & Bird is welcoming recommendations out today on reclassification of stewardship land to create many new conservation parks, reserves, and national park land on the West Coast of the South Island.
Conservationists are facing difficult questions as nature struggles to survive our warming planet. Should we be thinking about radical adaptation as well as mitigation? By Jane Young
How can mātauranga Māori indigenous knowledge help us adapt to climate change? By Jazmine Ropner
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