Meet the forward-thinking New Zealanders looking out for our natural wealth.
The New Zealand public is being asked to help determine the extent of the monarch butterflies' plight at the hands of a nasty parasite.
Covid-19 has shrunk the 10 years the world had to address climate change to no more than 18 months, according to Christiana Figueres, the United Nations lead negotiator for the Paris Agreement.
As New Zealand's population grows, so too does our food waste. We are chipping away at the problem, but not quickly enough.
With water restrictions being placed on Auckland and Northland due to drought, should urban dwellers be storing rainwater for irrigation and non-potable use when the weather gets dry?
Two New Zealand scientists believe now is the time to restore indigenous titles to biological plant and animal species.
Piles of stuff dumped outside charity shops are particularly visible after Christmas. But people can’t expect charity shops to sell clothing and items that are in terrible condition, says Auckland Council's Rebecca Harrington.
Zero Invasive Predators (ZIP) says it has eradicated all pests from a remote valley in South Westland and - what's more - is keeping them out.
Dr Helen Blackie is leading efforts to boost Predator Free 2050 with solutions spanning engineering, creative design, animal behaviour and toxicology.
Resolution Island, the biggest in Tamatea / Dusky Sound and named for the ship sailed by Captain James Cook in 1773, became New Zealand's first sanctuary just over a century later.
James Rebanks tends Herdwick sheep on a family-owned farm in Cumbria, England. He has returned to the traditional farming learnt from his grandfather; after industrial practices he applied in the 1990s degraded the land.