Bad bugs, weedy plants and pest animals are threatening our country, and during NZ Biosecurity Month in July, New Zealanders are being encouraged to find out what they can do about them.
According to a recent major report, the world’s oceans are faced with an unprecedented loss of species comparable to the great mass extinctions of prehistory.
In yet another display of New Zealand’s world-leading sustainable tourism credentials, the small whale watching capital of Kaikoura has become the first destination in the world to receive EarthCheck’s Gold Community certification.
New Zealand Forest and Bird is urging diners to boycott a popular Chinese delicacy amid concerns over inhumane fishing practices.
If you thought the weather’s been a bit extreme lately you’d be right. Renown meteorologist Jeff Masters gives a detailed analysis of recent weather events.
Tomorrow at noon, New Zealand will be the first of many nations to join in the international ‘Hands Across the Sands‘ day of action against offshore oil drilling.
With his hair care products featured on Hollywood film and TV sets, stocked in over 100 stores around NZ and championed by World’s Denise L’Estrange-Corbet, prominent Kiwi trichologist Nigel Russell is ready to conquer the world with his natural hair care range Holistic Hair.
Join over 30 countries celebrating the power of wind energy on June 15th.
You can’t see wind, but you can feel its power. Global Wind Day is a chance for New Zealanders to show their support for a vital link in our energy chain.
Protei is a low-cost open-source oil collecting robot that autonomously sails upwind, intercepting oil sheens going downwind. Protei combines conventional technologies in an innovative design that we can implement in the short term to address timely environmental crisis such as the BP Oil Spill, cleaning the ocean gyre garbage patches or performing ocean research.
Flanders’ Drive, Volvo, Van Hool, Bombardier and others are partnering to work on creating an induction charging system that could allow electric vehicles to be charge quickly and conveniently.
Fresh coffee consumption is on the rise and with it, a dramatic increase in packaging waste. Enter the new ‘Econic’ coffee packets developed by Christchurch coffee roaster Geoff Johnson.
Contact Energy has been granted approval to build New Zealand’s largest wind farm near the coast between Raglan and Port Waikato.