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  • New Zealand Tourism Guide - Community and Environment

    …Environmental Sustainability The concept of environmental sustainability encompasses dealing with climate change, and effectively managing our natural resources so they are available for the use of future generations... (more) * Native Flora and Fauna New Zealand is such a diverse country and it's…

  • New Zealand Eco Tourism, New Zealand Nature

    …as "responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people." Tourism and travel, as global industries, have a profound impact on the environment and cultures of the world. Fragile natural resources like forests can be damaged or…

  • Artists in New Zealand, New Zealand Art and Artists

    …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 - including…

  • Whangarei History Information, New Zealand

    …urbanised area in Northland towards the end of the 19th century, but grew slowly in the 20th century. The district slowly exhausted most of its natural resources but was sustained by agriculture, especially dairying. Shipping was the main transport link until the North Auckland railway line reached…

  • Paihia Holiday Information New Zealand

    …Highlights Charter Yacht, Bay of Islands Northland Photographer: Gareth Eyres ( Paihia is a town rich in culture, history and natural resources, and the perfect stepping stone into the beautiful Bay of Islands. Catch a ferry or charter boat and immerse yourself in the blue-green…

  • Southland New Zealand Scenic Highlights, Attractions in Southland NZ

    …silt probably appeared some 4,000 - 5,000 years ago, when sea levels were higher. Long before the site of Invercargill was developed, the rich natural resources of Sandy Point supported an important Maori settlement called Oue. The arrival of sealers and whalers brought change, although the whaling…

  • May 2018 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …master of unconventional materials. The interiors will reflect Ban's signature style, with clean lines, warm materials and an abundance of natural light. Resource Consent applications were lodged this week, and it is anticipated that construction will start in October 2018, with completion scheduled…

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