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Month: November 2020
Results from a nationwide analysis of pest control in sanctuaries have provided some important insight.
The Adaptive Governance and Policy Group (S07) have produced a summary of the Resource Management Act Review.
University of Canterbury student Amy van Lindt has been researching the potential role freshwater crayfish could play in stream restoration, and has found some interesting results.
As pastoral farming plays a critical role in Aotearoa’s economy, it is crucial that we strive for outcomes where both farming and biodiversity win.
Kererū are considered by Tūhoe as a manu rangatira (chiefly bird). Because of the bird’s prominence in whakapapa and its relationship with Tāne Mahuta, the bird is imbued with immense mana. As a result, there was an extensive kawa (protocols and etiquette) and tikanga (procedures and guidelines) associated with its annual harvest and utilisation. The aims of the documentary were to firstly support […]
The BioHeritage Eco-index team (SO1 – previously BioHeritage Scorecard) are excited to announce the new Eco-index name and logo!
When it comes to developing new technologies for pest control, engaging with the public early allows their voices to be heard.
New Director to take up the role in December, and two new leadership team appointments for Biological Heritage.