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Guidelines fail to protect marine life from seismic oil exploration

Press release | August 1, 2012 at 18:32

Auckland, 1 August 2012 – New Government guidelines for seismic oil exploration will fail to protect New Zealand marine life, says Greenpeace.

Beach users urged to report dolphins and whales in trouble

Press release | January 15, 2015 at 13:10

Beach users in the upper North Island are being urged to keep a close eye out for whales and dolphins in trouble this summer. Greenpeace says marine mammals may be affected by seismic testing for deep sea oil which started off Northland’s west...

A message to Anadarko

Blog entry by Nick Young | February 21, 2013

As we sailed out of Wellington through the Cook Strait on the Rainbow Warrior a few days ago, all of a sudden we were met by hundreds of dolphins. And they kept arriving until we were completely surrounded. I was totally blown...

Whales, dolphins, and ‘gunshots’

Blog entry by Heather Braid | December 17, 2014

I've just returned from seven days on board SV Vega as part of a small team monitoring the impacts of seismic testing on marine mammals off the west coast of Northland. No research has been done in this area, so I jumped at the chance...

Farewell Auckland

Blog entry by Kathy | March 10, 2008

Today we cast off the mooring lines and set sail for Gisborne. As we left port, the non sea-faring section of the Auckland Greenpeace office lined the wharf to wave us off. The 13-month old son of the ship's bosun was even dressed for...

Songs to save a species

Blog entry by Fran | July 2, 2008

Commercial set netting and trawling in shallow waters is threatening Hector and Maui dolphins. Maui numbers have dropped as low as 100 on the North Island. New Zealand’s Hector and Maui dolphins – the smallest and rarest dolphins...

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