Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē, Ninety Mile Beach is in need of a massive clean up, with an estimated 8-10 tonnes of flotsam and dumping; together we can clean this up. Last year we removed 5 truckloads plus trailers in one morning, this year we aim to double that! We love our beach, and our kaimoana, so come … Continue reading The Awesome Ahipara Beach Clean Up needs YOU!
If your eyes start to glaze over when acronyms like RMA, EEZ, or EPA are quoted, but you need to know the ins and outs of environmental management you've now got some help. There's a whole raft of legal decision making processes and changing expectations that, whilst important, can be daunting. If you need to … Continue reading Navigating the environmental legal jungle
Kauri dieback has been confirmed up here in the Herekino and Raetea forests. It isn't just out there 'somewhere', it is here. The Kauri Dieback website brings together practical information on how we can all do our bit in the forests to save our kauri, along with educational information on what it is and how it … Continue reading Kauri dieback – what you can do to help
The concern about the water extraction from the Aupouri aquifer has gained national attention. The Northland Regional Council hearings on this are this coming week, Monday 26th - Wednesday 28th March, in the theatre/cinema at Te Ahu. We Are Water campaigners are looking at a slot on either Monday or Tuesday to hold their People's … Continue reading Aupouri water concerns flow
The We Are Water Action Group will be holding a 'People's Tribunal' during the Northern Regional Council's Resource Consent Hearing Motutangi-Waiharara Water Users Group on 26th, 27th & 28th March. Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn writes: Our Te Hiku water defense campaign team is organizing an independent, peaceful 'People's Tribunal' on this 'Motutangi Waiharara Users Group Resource Consent … Continue reading We Are Water – speaking out