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Orange roughy decision shows changes are needed

Tuesday, 26 February 2008, 4:25 pm | ECONZ

Wellington – Tuesday 26 February 2008 Orange roughy court decision show changes are needed The Environment and Conservation Organisations today expressed its disappointment that the High Court had overturned a decision of the Minister of Fisheries, Jim Anderton, ... More >>

New Zealand's Antarctic Commitment Welcomed

Monday, 22 January 2007, 9:52 am | ECONZ

New Zealand's commitment to Antarctica, particularly our science and environmental work, is welcomed today by the Environment and Conservation Organisations of New Zealand. More >>

Industry Proposals are of low conservation value

Wednesday, 16 August 2006, 1:35 pm | ECONZ

A report prepared by NIWA for the Department of Conservation shows that areas the fishing industry proposes to close to bottom trawling are of low conservation value. More >>

Hot air misses the Global Warming point

Friday, 10 February 2006, 1:49 pm | ECONZ

Solid Energy's environmental report in which it says it has delivered on its environmental goals misses perhaps the largest environmental effect of all: climate destabilising global warming - says the Environment and Conservation Organisations (ECO) co-chair, ... More >>

ECONZ secures $3 million in venture capital

Monday, 12 December 2005, 4:13 pm | ECONZ

AUCKLAND, 12 December 2005 – ECONZ, New Zealand’s leading developer of wireless software, has secured a $3 million investment for its associate company, ECONZ Wireless, from venture capital firm iGlobe Treasury Management. More >>

Conservationist Kevin Smith dies

Wednesday, 17 August 2005, 5:48 pm | ECONZ

ECO is extremely sorry to hear of our environment colleague Kevin Smith's death. He was a redoubtable, tenacious and well informed conservationist who has done a huge amount for New Zealand. More >>

ECONZ Secures Major Deal In New South Wales

Wednesday, 11 December 2002, 2:02 pm | ECONZ

ECONZ Secures Major Export Deal Installing Wireless Dispatch System for NRMA's 550 Roadside Assistance Vehicles in New South Wales More >>