Following a hugely successful conference last week, Green Light or Light Green?, we are pleased to be able to make available videos of all conference sessions and powerpoint presentations where available. View them on the EDS website.
The shocking decline of the Hauraki Gulf
Conservationists are calling on the government to take urgent action in the Hauraki gulf, which has lost more than half its marine life in the last century. Can the Hauraki Gulf be saved? Disturbing truth revealed about Hauraki Gulf in new report Snapper and crayfish numbers are down more than 80 percent since the 1920s, with 86 percent fewer trevally and sharks. Fish of the Day host Clarke Gayford says…
EDS Submission: Review of Sustainability Measures for 2018/19
EDS has made a submission on the review of sustainability measures for 2018/19 as set in the Fisheries New Zealand (Fisheries NZ) Discussion Paper No: 2018/05 (Discussion Paper). The submission applies to: Closure of Kaipara Harbour scallop fishery. Flatfish (FLA 1). John Dory (JDO 1). Tarakihi (TAR 1, 2, 3, 7) Read the full submission on our website.
Hauraki Gulf Health inertia
Kathryn Ryan interviews Liane Ngamane and Raewyn Peart on Nine to Noon, Radio New Zealand National. There's disappointment and frustration from some groups over the lack of official response to a groundbreaking report on how to improve the deteriorating health of the Hauraki Gulf. When it was released at the end of 2016 - SeaChange - Tai Timu Tai Pari - was heralded as a blueprint for what needs to…
Our Climate Your Say: EDS Submission
Today EDS made its submission to the The Our Climate Your Say Discussion Document. You can view the Discussion Document and EDS's Submission here on our website.
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