The climate crisis is also a biodiversity crisis

Like many of us, the summer break has seen me transfixed with horror at the scale and magnitude of the bushfire crisis in Australia. 

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December newsletter – BioHeritage

An update on Tranche 2, a fond farewell, tackling toxoplasmosis and more . . .

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Beetles helping to manage a common weed in Northland

Brazilian beetles could help control a common weed and regenerate native forest, according to a recent report led by Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research.

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Can feral cat control increase lambing rates?

This summer could tell the Cape to City team if their efforts to control feral cats have paid off.

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Mātauranga Māori special issue

Mātauranga Māori received long-overdue time in the spotlight in early December, at the launch of a special edition of the New Zealand Journal of Ecology (NZJE).

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A fond farewell in Ruatāhuna

Matua Tahae (Jim) Doherty received a fond farewell from working life and his role as Chair of the Tūhoe Tuawhenua Trust in late October.

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Tranche 2 Dec 2019 update

The scoping and design process for Tranche 2 is now complete and we have several new projects underway . . .

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Genetic and genomic technologies

Our current position is that gene drives and/or other GE technologies will potentially be useful for the eradication of pests…

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November newsletter – Ngā Rākau Taketake

Tranche 2 investment updates, an international indigenous hui taumata and more . . .

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A new recruit for Beyond Myrtle Rust

The pathogen causing myrtle rust might be tiny, but it’s effects could impact carbon, water and nutrient cycles at both the plant and ecosystem levels.

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