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  1. Video for What we can learn from kukupā
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    What we can learn from kukupā

    Kukupā are feeling the effects of longer warm months due to the Northland drought. Whangārei Native Bird Recover Centre Owner, Robert Webb says we can learn a lot from native birds on how to preserve our environment and bring balance to the ecosystem. 

  2. Video for Ngāti Whātua starts petition opposing landfill near Auckland
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    Ngāti Whātua starts petition opposing landfill near Auckland

    Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua have started a petition opposing Auckland Council's applications for a Plan Change and Resource Consent for the proposed Dome Valley landfill.

  3. Video for Kōkako Land Trusts using Māori model to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions
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    Kōkako Land Trusts using Māori model to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions

    The Trust is urging other Māori dairy farmers to follow its example and lower greenhouse gas emissions through a traditional Māori model. 

  4. Video for Marine discharge consent granted off Taranaki coast
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    Marine discharge consent granted off Taranaki coast

    Applications by OMV Taranaki Limited for a marine consent and a marine discharge consent for activities in the Maui Field off the coast of Taranaki have been granted, subject to conditions.   

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    $1.1bil to Environment restoration

    Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage says the investment in nature will support thousands of people with jobs, paying dividends for generations to come.

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    Food sovereignty within the Gulf Islands

    Protect Aotea has teamed up with Te Āta Farms (Waiheke Island) and Whenua Warrior (Ihumātao) to look at ways of providing food sovereignty in a post COVID-19 climate. "Changing our communities to be more resilient in a post COVID world will not be a passive undertaking. If you want to help us on our little mission we welcome anyone to make contact."

  7. Video for Mike Smith: Failure to change economy will cause 'catastrophic disaster'
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    Mike Smith: Failure to change economy will cause 'catastrophic disaster'

    If we do not change to an environmentally sound economy, a catastrophic disaster awaits. That was the message that Iwi leaders forum climate change chair Mike Smith today.

  8. Video for East Coast iwi 'shovel ready' to save their dying forest
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    East Coast iwi 'shovel ready' to save their dying forest

    On the East Coast where iwi guardians of Te Raukūmara Range are working to save their forest which lies between the Bay of Plenty and East Cape. Te Whānanu-ā-Apanui and Ngāti Porou have submitted a budget bid to the Minister of Conservation to support their restoration project.

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    Fruit picking a lifeline for people needing mahi

    The horticulture sector is proving to be a lifeline for employees as more New Zealanders are taking up the chance to work in roles, such as picking apples and kiwifruit, during the COVID-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown

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    Taranaki iwi celebrate Court of Appeal decision to stop seabed mining

    Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Ruanui and Te Kaahui o Rauru are celebrating the decision of the Court of Appeal to stop Trans-Tasman Resources plans for seabed mining off the South Taranaki Bight.

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