July 14th, 2024

Environment

2 months ago

Greenpeace raises alarm over high nitrate levels in Canterbury's drinking water

Greenpeace Aotearoa has formally addressed Te Whatu Ora and other stakeholders with a pressing alert on the high levels of nitrate in Canterbury's...

2 months ago

New recreational fishing limits set for Fiordland and Chatham Islands

To support the sustainability of vital fishing regions, New Zealand's Oceans and Fisheries Minister Shane Jones has announced new recreational fishing limits for...

2 months ago

New urgency in climate action as 1.5°C rise looms, warns UN Secretary-General

Speaking at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Climate Promise 2025 launch in New York, UN Secretary-General António Guterres emphasised the narrowing window to...

2 months ago

New Zealand launches first hydrogen refuelling station network

New Zealand's Energy Minister, Simeon Brown, on Tuesday heralded the launch of the country's inaugural network of hydrogen refuelling stations located in Wiri, a...

2 months ago

Environmental concerns at the forefront as New Zealand debates significant RMA reforms

The New Zealand government's announcement of forthcoming amendments to the Resource Management Act (RMA), aimed at reducing regulatory burdens and fostering economic development, has...

2 months ago

Marine crisis deepens with the declaration of fourth global coral bleaching event

In a landmark announcement from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI), the world is...

2 months ago

Nitrate levels in Darfield's water supply raise reproductive and cancer risk concerns

Greenpeace Aotearoa has voiced serious concerns regarding nitrate contamination in the water supply of Darfield and Kirwee, after recent testing revealed levels around...