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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Chinese police detain more than 100 Christian church members in series of raids
     12 December 2018
    Chinese authorities reportedly detain more than 100 members and the high-profile pastor of an unregistered Christian church, as the Communist Party's crackdown on organised religion continues.
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    A second gondola is on the cards for Queenstown
    11 Dec: A second gondola is on the cards for Queenstown... more
    Documents reveal Wellington City Council went against engineering advice in approving the BNZ Building - which was irreparably damaged in the Kaikoura Earthquake
    11 Dec: Documents reveal Wellington City Council went against engineering advice in approving the BNZ Building - which was irreparably damaged in the Kaikoura Earthquake... more
    Four new parcels of land have been added to a South lsland conservation park
    11 Dec: Four new parcels of land have been added to a South lsland conservation park... more
    The electric-car revolution is here, but is that a good thing for the environment?
    8 Dec: Within 20 years, we'll be buying more than 11 million electric cars annually. But will the demand that puts on resources like rare earths overshadow the environmental benefits?... more
    The sun has turned out just in time for tonight's annual Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park
    8 Dec: The sun has turned out just in time for tonight's annual Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park... more
    COP24 President defends participation of coal companies at climate talks
    7 Dec: COP24 President Michal Kurtyka defends displays of coal soap and jewellery at climate change talks in Poland, saying "it's good to have everybody on board".... more
    Paekakariki Hill Road's closing today and the two other Fridays before Christmas
    7 Dec: Paekakariki Hill Road's closing today and the two other Fridays before Christmas... more
    Greenland's ice sheet melting rate is accelerating, scientists confirm
    6 Dec: Scientists using ice core samples to examine the rate of melting of the Greenland ice sheet have confirmed that it's melting up to five times faster than pre-industrial rates, and accelerating.... more
    New Caledonia and Vanuatu on Tsunami alert after 7.6 magnitude undersea quake
    5 Dec: New Caledonia and Vanuatu are on Tsunami alert after a 7.6 magnitude undersea quake this evening, but the Pacific nations appear to have suffered little damage... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     14 Nov: Business is booming in Kaikoura, on the second anniversary of the devastating earthquake ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Nov: A physical and financial cost to Kaikoura's earthquakes +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Nov: Kaikoura's earthquake-damaged landscape continues to be a gold mine of study for scientists +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     28 Nov: Wellington's mayor isn't worried about building a new stadium on quake prone land +++++++++++++
     16 Nov: It's Wellington's turn to bear the brunt of the primary teachers' industrial action +++++++++
     25 Nov: Organisers of the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge are working with the family of a rider who died during the event +++++++++
     18 Nov: Is eating vegan really the best diet for the planet? I tried it for a month +++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      12 Dec: 'deja vu' for wellington airport extension (RadioNZ)
      12 Dec: Underfunded overseer farm management tool needs thorough review: upton (sharechat.co.nz)
      12 Dec: Environmental watchdog warns of shortcomings in farming nutrient programme (RadioNZ)
      12 Dec: Enviro watchdog: farm tool overseer needs oversight (NZ Herald)
      12 Dec: Rachel stewart: environment, facebook, free speech among big issues of 2018 (NZ Herald)
      11 Dec: Fonterra to reward and punish farmers over animal welfare and environment (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Dec: Avocado growers in environment court water fight over wetland's aquifier source (Stuff.co.nz)
      10 Dec: How we're eating the plastic we put in the ocean (NZ Herald)
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