Blog posts tagged in New Zealand
Today hundreds of people across New Zealand buried their heads in sand to send a clear message to the New Zealand Government – get your head out of the sand and do something useful on climate change! With 12 events spanning the length of the country, and timed to coincide with the United Natio...
Lord Howe Island World Heritage Site, Australia
Lord Howe Island is an irregularly crescent-shaped volcanic remnant in the Southwest Pacific Ocean. Two thirds of the island is a Permanent Park Preserve and the surrounding waters a Marine Park since 1998. Lord Howe is one of the "cleanes...
Greenpeace have staged an online protest against MP Simon Bridges after the Government yesterday awarded oil and gas exploration permits to ten more companies.
The environmental organisation has created an identical website to the Energy and Resources Minister's official government page, and when e...
New Zealand's Southland schoolchildren have shown their film-making talents in a competition to raise awareness of environmental matters.
The red carpet was rolled out for the second annual Green Screen Environmental Short Film Awards at Centrestage, Invercargill, on Thursday night.
The film proje...
Four oil-covered little blue penguins have been found off Papamoa Beach this afternoon, as the Transport Minister admits he isn't under any illusions about the job ahead to salvage the Rena from a reef off Tauranga.
Oiled Wildlife Response member Kerri Morgan said the oil-covered penguins...