Live animal exports to continue

SAFE is disappointed by an announcement from MPI today that exports of livestock by sea will…

High level of microplastics around Bay of Plenty moana

Following the Government’s recent announcement to phase out single-use plastics, a University of Waikato study has…

Crew of Kiwi fishing trawler dump 3 kilometre net at sea

Talley’s bottom trawler the Amaltal Enterprise had just dumped a giant three kilometre net at sea,…

Cameras on boats – finally, a win for transparency

After advocating for years, WWF-New Zealand is thrilled we are able to celebrate the Government’s announcement…

Shark finning in New Zealand will continue until onboard cameras are compulsory

New Zealand exported 13.5 tonnes of shark fins last year. While it became illegal to remove…

Ardern asked to stop Japan dumping radioactive water into the ocean

Amnesty International is calling on the New Zealand Government to oppose the Government of Japan’s decision…

Call to increase size of Auckland marine reserve to protect crayfish

Even inside fully-protected marine reserves crayfish numbers have plummeted and numbers outside reserves are likely much…

Jacinda Ardern makes a grab for fish and game industry

The government through the Department of Conservation is making a major play for state ownership of…

Call for Japan to stop Fukushima radioactive wastewater dumping

Amnesty International is calling on the New Zealand Government to oppose the Government of Japan’s decision…

Talleys in deepwater after illegal fishing

Talley’s deepwater fishing division, Amaltal, has today been found guilty of illegally bottom trawling in the…

Greenpeace calls for cameras on all fishing boats

Greenpeace has today launched a call for the incoming government to prioritise cameras on boats across…

Sharks thrive around Kermadec Islands amid global decline

A recent global assessment of shark populations at 371 coral reefs in 58 countries found no…