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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Panda porn and speed dating key to species' survival
     24 May 2017
    Chinese scientists have developed a successful panda breeding program and it involves showing the animals exactly how to do it.
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    Insurer Tower's losses narrow
    24 May: Insurer Tower has narrowed its first-half losses but is making room on its books for more payouts for the Canterbury earthquakes.... more
    DoC sought legal advice over MoT fraudster
    23 May: The Department of Conservation sought legal advice after charges were laid against Ministry of Transport fraudster Joanne Harrison.... more
    Myrtle rust found in 12 locations
    22 May: The number of sites infected with plant disease myrtle rust has been confirmed at 12, all in Northland and Taranaki.... more
    Fire crews extinguish large Auckland fire
    21 May: Fire crews have put out a large blaze in an Auckland scrap metal yard overnight.... more
    Cars rescued from snow in the North Island
    21 May: A snow plough has rescued cars stuck in snow on the Desert Road, running through the centre of the North Island.... more
    Desert Road closes due to snow
    20 May: The Desert Road in the centre of the North Island has closed due to snow as a polar blast that dumped snow on the South Island moves north.... more
    'Doomsday Vault' not exempt from climate change threat
    20 May: The entrance to the Arctic Doomsday Vault, a final safeguard for the world's biodiversity, was flooded by meltwaters amid record temperatures last year, highlighting the vulnerabilities of the seed bank.... more
    Fire crews battle large Invercargill blaze
    20 May: A large fire at an industrial workshop in Invercargill overnight led to four trucks and 16 firefighters being called out to fight the blaze.... more
    Monumental hands emerge from Venice's Grand Canal to highlight the effects of climate change
    20 May: A pair of giant hands rising from the water are unveiled on Venice's Grand Canal — a sculpture by contemporary artist Lorenzo Quinn intended to highlight the devastation of climate change.... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     01 May: Grants for quake-affected businesses ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     27 Apr: Cash for quake-hit councils: Brownlee +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     28 Apr: Kaikoura quake to shave 0.1pc from GDP +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     28 Apr: Sea floor survey to be carried out ++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 May: Sobering quake reminder for Wellington ++++++++++++++++++++
     10 May: Species resurrection a mammoth question ++++++++++++++++++++
     10 May: Tax take boosts government's books ++++++++++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      24 May: Temotu people can earn more from preserving trees than logging: ngo (RadioNZ)
      24 May: Early puberty linked to growing up in poorer homes (NZ Herald)
      23 May: Kosta barbarouses thriving in return to all whites environment after 'wake-up call' (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 May: Environment groups hope for big cash boost to protect native wildlife in thursday's budget (NZ Herald)
      22 May: New tall ferns assistant coach brings wealth of experience (NZ Herald)
      22 May: Environment canterbury spent $5 million on communications (NZ Herald)
      21 May: Environment southland faces blowtorch over declining freshwater quality (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 May: Father can't watch daughters at muslim netball tournament (NZ Herald)
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