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    Iwi-led Southland charity helping rangatahi into environmental restoration mahi

    An iwi-led Southland environmental charity is helping rangatahi into new careers and turning its attention to large-scale restoration projects.

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    Outrage as deep sea mining exploration near Hawai'i gets go ahead

    Seabed mining opponents are concerned deep sea mining could begin in the Pacific as early as this month after a shock decision from regulators to allow a company to start a trial exploration near H

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    Rain The Untold Story

    Life on Earth would not be possible without rain. Although water covers most of the earth, 97% of it is sea water. Rain supports life on land by supplying salt-free water that we can drink.

  4. Video for  'It’s not tikanga' Kaitiaki concerned protection of Māui dolphin is compromised by fishing industry profits
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    'It’s not tikanga' Kaitiaki concerned protection of Māui dolphin is compromised by fishing industry profits

    Kaitiaki Davis Apiti has devoted the last 22 years of his life to protecting the Māui dolphin that is on the brink of extinction.

  5. Video for Environmentalist taking fossil fuel giants to court as 'everyone's future is at stake'
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    Environmentalist taking fossil fuel giants to court as 'everyone's future is at stake'

    Environmentalist and iwi leader Mike Smith (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kahu) is facing off against some of New Zealand’s biggest fossil fuel users and suppliers in the Supreme Court this week.

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    Seabed Mining Ban bill drawn from ballot a 'tūpuna intervention'

    Debbie Ngarewa-Packer was brought to tears today as her private member's bill aiming to ban seabed mining was pulled from Parliament's famous biscuit tin.

  7. News

    Govt axes controversial forestry shake-up

    The government has axed plans to cut exotic trees like radiata pine from the Emissions Trading Scheme, something iwi groups say would have cost them billions of dollars.

  8. Video for Bill reform aims to protect kaitakitanga relationships with plants
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    Bill reform aims to protect kaitakitanga relationships with plants

    A University of Canterbury researcher is investigating how the current review of the Plant Variety Rights Act 1987 could be reformed to protect kaitiaki relationships with taonga plant species and

  9. News

    Two tonnes of rubbish removed from popular Rotorua lake

    By Arohanui West, Te Rito Journalism cadet.

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