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|Evaluating the use of 1080: Predators, poisons and silent forests Update Report
In June 2011 the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment released a report entitled Evaluating the use of 1080: Predators, poisons and silent forests. This update assesses the response to that report and its recommendations.
|16 Jul 2014|
|Update report - Hydroelectricity or wild rivers: Climate change versus natural heritage
||20 Jun 2014|
|Update Report - Making difficult decisions: Mining the conservation estate
||19 Jun 2014|
|Drilling for oil and gas in New Zealand: Environmental oversight and regulation
||04 Jun 2014|
|Submission on the Environmental Reporting Bill to the Local Government and Environment Committee
||14 Apr 2014|
|Proposed amendments to the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management 2011
||04 Feb 2014|
|Water quality in New Zealand: Land use and nutrient pollution
||21 Nov 2013|
|Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2013
||16 Oct 2013|
|Investigating the future of conservation: The case of stewardship land
This report is about ‘stewardship land’ – a category of conservation land that makes up about one-third of the land managed by the Department of Conservation. I feel a personal connection with one significant area of stewardship land – one of my great grandfathers built the sheepyards at St James Station in North Canterbury in the 1870s. Today it is the St James Conservation Area. But it is stewardship land, and as such is one of the many areas on the conservation estate with the weakest legal protection.
|21 Aug 2013|
|Smart electricity meters: How households and the environment can benefit Update Report
In June 2009, the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment released a report titled Smart electricity meters: How households and the environment can benefit. This update assesses the response to that report and its recommendations.
|28 Jun 2013|