Decades before 'sustainability' became a buzzword, this Golden Bay guesthouse was exemplifying low-footprint tourism.
Billion-dollar international environmental group The Nature Conservancy has pronounced New Zealand "a leader on the environment and conservation globally".
The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment is planning to look into how the rapidly growing tourism industry is affecting the New Zealand environment.
An Auckland social enterprise, Squawk Squad, has created an website that crowdsources funds for trapping predators of the kiwi and other native birds.
New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions rose 24% in the past 25 years, but grew more slowly than the economy in general, according to the Government's new Environmental Accounts.
The next round of the Low Emission Vehicles Contestable Fund opened for applications on 20 February 2018 with up to $4 million available.
Auckland Airport has taken another step towards committing to its reduction of carbon emissions by 2025 by becoming the first company in Oceania to use a science-based target for achieving its goal.
Individuals, groups and businesses have a novel opportunity to help boost conservation in New Zealand – by adopting a Fiordland Valley.
Christchurch Airport has taken out the Efficiency Champion category of the Sustainable Business Network Awards after dramatically reducing its energy use and focusing on using cleaner energy sources.
A Christchurch tourism business with a strong focus on conservation, Willowbank Wildlife Reserve recently won a top award in the 2017 Champion Canterbury Business Awards.
Sudima Christchurch Hotel has become the second carboNZero certified hotel in the country, following in the footsteps of Sudima Auckland Airport which achieved the milestone in 2013.