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Scientists Celebrate “Living Laboratory”

Wednesday, 1 October 2008, 12:20 am | The Ecological Foundation

New Zealand ecologists say the success of a 25 year ecological restoration project in the Hauraki Gulf is evidence of the country’s true values and national character. More >>

Fonterra Must Live Up To Its Name

Monday, 27 August 2001, 2:18 pm | The Ecological Foundation

Environmentalists see the dairy industry’s choice of the name “Fonterra” as a hopeful sign, but the new company has a big challenge to live up to the promise of natural purity embodied in its new name, the Ecologic Foundation said today. More >>

Let's Get On With Carbon Tax

Tuesday, 24 July 2001, 4:58 pm | The Ecological Foundation

New Zealand could not deliver on its obligations under the climate change agreement agreed yesterday in Bonn, without a substantial increase in the domestic price of fossil fuels, the Ecologic Foundation said today. More >>

Beech Project Positive Says Conservationist

Friday, 20 July 2001, 2:04 pm | The Ecological Foundation

The development of sustainable beech production on private land on the West Coast is a positive move, which should slow the rapid rise of wooden furniture imports sourced from heavy logging of tropical forests, the Ecologic Foundation said today. More >>

Middle Ground Needed On Singapore Trade Agreement

Thursday, 17 August 2000, 10:24 am | The Ecological Foundation

Environmental concerns may be the loser in the current political wrangle over the Singapore free trade agreement, the Ecologic Foundation said today. More >>

Scoop Images: Clearfelled Rainforest

Tuesday, 20 June 2000, 1:17 pm | The Ecological Foundation

Where there used to be trees. Photos of clearfelled native forest in Southland from the Ecologic Foundation. More >>

Forest And Bird Is Main Obstacle To Compensation

Tuesday, 20 June 2000, 11:08 am | The Ecological Foundation

It is extremely disappointing to all those who want to save Southland native forests to have Forest and Bird opposing any compensation deal with the Maori landowners, the Ecologic Foundation said today. More >>

Native Forests For Firewood Scandal

Tuesday, 20 June 2000, 9:04 am | The Ecological Foundation

Revelations today of the large-scale clearance of virgin native forests for firewood were a national disgrace, the Ecologic Foundation said today. More >>

Lake Taupo Issue Shows Need For New Set Of Rights

Monday, 29 May 2000, 10:35 am | The Ecological Foundation

The conflict over whether dairy farming should be curbed to protect the clear waters of Lake Taupo highlights the need for a review of rural property rights in New Zealand, the Ecologic Foundation said today. More >>

Govt Must Not Lose Sight Of ‘Big Picture’

Thursday, 4 May 2000, 3:17 pm | The Ecological Foundation

A Government halt to sustainable rimu logging on the West Coast will encourage the unsustainable logging of privately-owned forests elsewhere in the country, the Ecologic Foundation warned today. More >>




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