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How tourism is 'eroding' NZ's world-famous environment

"The sheer numbers of people are eroding the sense of isolation, tranquillity and access to nature that many overseas tourists seek when visiting New Zealand."

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Jacinda Ardern to take climate change stage in New York, but is her record strong enough?

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is expected to unveil a New Zealand-led trade initiative to remove tariffs on climate change technology and cut global fossil fuel subsidies while in New York this week.

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Climate change doomsday report predicts end of human civilisation

Reports states we may only have 30 more years before complete environmental catastrophe.
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Simon Wilson: It's not climate change, it's a climate crisis, so let's treat it as one

New Zealand is not a world-leader on the climate crisis and it's time we took it more seriously.

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A fateful dip: Daughter still ill, a year after swimming in contaminated Napier pond

Georgia Beal is still suffering after swimming in Napier's Pandora Pond a year ago.
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Last chance to save world's wilderness

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Drying rivers can help drive climate change - study

Dry rivers could be making a hidden contribution to climate change, according to a new study.

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New Zealand ready to stand up on climate change Jacinda Ardern says

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has told former US Vice President Al Gore that New Zealand has a history of standing up on big issues, and climate change is the one at the moment.

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