Conservation

Ministers

Speech

I want to thank China for hosting this critically important Conference of the Parties.

Hon Kiritapu Allan
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Reducing lead poisoning of kea, the world’s only alpine parrot and one-time New Zealand bird of the year winner, is the goal of a two year project being backed by the Government’s Jobs for Nature programme, Minister of Conservation Kiri Allan says.

Hon Kiritapu Allan
Speech

Thank you for the opportunity to be with you today to co-sign and celebrate the Southland Regional Aquaculture Agreement between Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Te Ohu Kaimoana and the Crown.

Hon Kiritapu Allan
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Making a well-known lake swimmable and helping to halt the decline of the endangered hoiho/yellow-eyed penguins are among a suite of new projects being supported by the Government’s Jobs for Nature programme across the southern South Island, Conservation Minister Kiri Allan says.

Hon Kiritapu Allan
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The discovery of rare, long-tail bats/pekapeka near Franz Josef for the first time in decades is exciting proof that the Government’s Jobs for Nature and predator free programmes are getting results, Conservation Minister Kiri Allan says.

Hon Kiritapu Allan
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Projects aimed at protecting taonga species, including kiwi, kokako and hihi, are among a number of Taranaki-based initiatives receiving a boost through the Government’s Jobs for Nature programme, Minister of Conservation Kiri Allan says.

Hon Kiritapu Allan
Speech

The Environmental Defence Society’s contributions towards environmental policy are invaluable, and alongside that your work in identifying and analysing issues and potential solutions are fundamental in driving transformation.

Hon Kiritapu Allan
Speech

At a time when biodiversity loss and climate change are becoming more urgent and complex problems, I can’t think of a more suitable theme than “bringing back nature.”

Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall