What you can do

The Government is now reviewing the thousands of submissions and signatures on the dolphin threat management proposals, and will then return with their plan. Until then, you can support the campaign and show that the strongest protections for our native dolphins is paramount to so many of us by doing the following.

Share Robyn’s message

New Zealand actress and oceans advocate Robyn Malcolm has spoken out for increased dolphin protection. Share her message or give this Stuff article a read to understand the problems facing our native dolphins.

Share the message

Write to your paper

The Government is now busy considering all the submissions received during the consultation, and the fishing industry PR machine is in full swing. Write a letter to the editor to get the other side out there – that protecting native species matters, and that means changing the way we fish in dolphin habitats.

Tips on how to write to papers

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