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  • New Zealand Tourism Guide - Community and Environment

    …the community and the environment. We dedicate this section to promote ideas and issues that deserve attention, in the hopes that more people will learn about them. New Zealand Community * Save The Kiwi Bird You can support the organizations and groups that are protecting the Kiwi. You can volunteer…

  • Kiwi Conservation in New Zealand: Kiwis, Birds, Wildlife, Protection, NZ

    …to protect the kiwi and focus on the plight of the great spotted kiwi in the southern Paparoa mountain ranges on the West Coast of the South Island. Their Operation Nest Egg programme was established to increase kiwi numbers by taking eggs for hatching and rearing in controlled environments before…

  • Artists in New Zealand, New Zealand Art and Artists

    …Various New Zealand artists draw their inspiration from the stunning landscape. They utilise its resources, but are ever-conscious of protecting the environment. New Zealand has a wealth of natural resources available for use by artists in New Zealand for creating stunning and unique works -…

  • Pelorus Bridge Scenic Reserve Marlborough New Zealand

    …River, and Pelorus Sound. Later, dairying has become the main activity. With the passage of the Scenery Protection Act 1903 the government recognized the need to protect the environment. The remaining forest at Pelorus Bridge was finally established as a scenic reserve in 1912 to preserve the…

  • July 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …according to data from the Ministry for the Environment. In a statement, TNZ said the ad "communicates the variety of experiences that can be had in New Zealand and consumer research tells us that it delivers this" and noted that 100% Pure "is not an environmental promise." Lions Series 2017 - More…

  • January 2018 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …soar, concerns have grown about how the Department of Conservation (DOC) is meeting its dual responsibilities to look after visitors and protect the environment. International tourist numbers are projected to double in the next five years, increasing pressure on tracks, bridges, huts, visitor…

  • May 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …recovery of both Kaikoura and Christchurch as key regions for the industry's economic sustainability * Demonstrate a serious commitment to protecting the environment, recognising its importance to tourism * Commit to enhancing our fresh water resources and make measurable progress on Predator Free…

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