EDS questions motivation of fisheries companies

EDS questions motivation of fisheries companies 29 Apr

The Environmental Defence Society has responded to the media release and High Court proceedings filed today by the Fishing Industry Association and a number of fishing companies challenging the proposed Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary.

“We are gob-smacked by this announcement,” said EDS CEO Gary Taylor.

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EDS submission on the NZ ETS Review Discussion Document Read full post…

29 Apr EDS submission on the NZ ETS Review Discussion Document

EDS has today made a submission on the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme Review Discussion Document. View our submission here.

EDS submits on the Kermadec Open Sanctuary Bill Read full post…

28 Apr EDS submits on the Kermadec Open Sanctuary Bill

EDS has today made its submission on the Kermadec Open Sanctuary Bill. View the submission in full here.

Next Steps for Fresh Water - EDS Submission Read full post…

21 Apr Next Steps for Fresh Water - EDS Submission

You can view EDS's FINAL submission on the Fresh Water Consultation Document. Visit the Submissions page on our website or click here to go directly to the pdf document. View our press release on the issues.

Sciblogs: Part 9 Vision: Biodiversity loss is not inevitable: it is a choice – your choice! Read full post…

24 Mar Sciblogs: Part 9 Vision: Biodiversity loss is not inevitable: it is a choice – your choice!

New Zealand’s indigenous biodiversity is in crisis – a crisis of state and trend, a crisis of governance and a crisis of public engagement – because the fundamental drivers of loss have not been addressed. What follows is the vision articulated in Vanishing Nature to bring solutions together and identify progress in communicating it.

Sciblogs: Part 8: Solving the biodiversity crisis Read full post…

18 Mar Sciblogs: Part 8: Solving the biodiversity crisis

Over the past several weeks I’ve unpacked the essence of Vanishing Nature, pointing out where the fundamental drivers of the loss of nature appear throughout our economy and institutions.