Whatever replaces the RMA must effectively regulate our most polluting industry - dairying. That means stopping nitrate pollution entering freshwater from milk processing, synthetic nitrogen fertiliser and too many cows.
One big dairy corporation, owned by millionaire rich-listers, is taking more water from the Waikato River than the entire city of Auckland
It is our view that the following policies would have the most significant, positive impact on New Zealand’s ecological and climate footprint.
This morning New Zealanders are waking up to a fresh Government – one that has no good reason to put off action on nature and climate.
A new report released today by the Ministry for the Environment highlights how the climate crisis is already affecting Aotearoa, and underscores the need for urgent action on New Zealand’s…
The Ardern-led Government, elected in 2017, promised to be environmental leaders. The Prime Minister in her election campaign launch speech called climate change “my generation’s nuclear free moment”. She said…
The High Court has ruled today that Greenpeace is entitled to register as a charity and that the Charities Registration Board was in error for declining the environmental campaigning organisation’s…
Greenpeace is applauding the Māori Party for its bold climate change policy, and encourages Co-Leader Debbie Ngārewa-Packer to make climate change a bottom line in any potential coalition negotiations.
Today’s Tiwai Point closure announcement will result in cheaper electricity for New Zealand households and the chance to swiftly decarbonise transport and industry, says Greenpeace.
As the drought has deepened, Auckland has become increasingly dependent on the polluted Waikato River for drinking water.