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Early this morning, we travelled to the proposed site of the Ruataniwha irrigation dam in Hawke’s Bay. With a small crane we uplifted the construction site office, put it on the back of a truck and drove it 100kms to Napier. There we...
Creators of popular YouTube channel AsapSCIENCE, Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown, travelled aboard the Arctic Sunrise to learn more about Greenpeace's work in the Canadian Arctic.
Mitch and Greg have garnered a following of...
The proposed Ruataniwha Dam is the poster child of Big Irrigation.
It stands as a symbol of the Government's agenda to prop up industrial dairying despite the fact that it’s poisoning our waterways and indebting farmers.
The Ruataniwha irrigation scheme planned near the Tukituki river will compound the water pollution problem by enabling more intensive dairying in the Tukituki catchment.
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After constant pressure from cat, tuna and ocean lovers alike, calling on global food giant Mars, and its brand Whiskas, to face up to human rights abuses in the supply chain of seafood...
The Amazon is being burned. Here’s what you need to know.
From July to November, it is fire season in the Amazon rainforest. But while fires can be a normal part of the life cycle in forests, most of the flames in the...
In the last two weeks, one third of people in Havelock North have fallen ill with a gastro illness that originated in the town’s water supply. The source? Most likely contamination from cows, sheep or deer. By all accounts the...
It’s been a tough few weeks for think-big irrigation and industrial agriculture.
As a bit of background for those not familiar with plans for even more industrial dairying around New Zealand - the Government is throwing over ...
Last Friday, US President Obama announced the creation of the world’s largest ocean sanctuary , and today governments from all over the world are meeting at the United Nations in New York to develop a new treaty to save our oceans.
Today marks the International Day against Nuclear Tests. Since 1945, more than 2000 nuclear tests have been carried out at more than 60 locations around the globe. Nuclear weapons were designed and tested to be the ultimate doomsday...
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