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Co-designing the commons protocols.
Aotearoa New Zealand Data Commons Project

3 November 2017 - News items

Data integration and reuse at scale can create significant value for all parties but it only works if…

Possum, rat,and stoat.
Editing Our Genes: Pest Control

26 October 2017 - News items

Kim Hill is joined by bioethicist Josephine Johnston, Dr Andrea Byrom, Kevin Hackwell, and Jan Hania as they…

Possum, rat,and stoat.
Bioethics Panel

20 October 2017 - News items

Moving any new control measures from the lab to the landscape will be as much of a social…

Cape to City flyer
Transforming Biodiversity Conference

26 September 2017 - News items

Cape to City is hosting a three day national conference in November based on the learnings from the…

WWF-New Zealand’s 2017 Conservation Innovation Awards logo.
Nationwide search for conservation innovators kicks off

25 September 2017 - News items

The search is on for big, bold, game-changing ideas and new solutions to New Zealand’s greatest environmental challenges,…

Possum, rat,and stoat.
Ethics Panel

22 September 2017 - News items

How do we address the ethical questions raised by the new technologies being explored to achieve the aim…

Stoat NZ Herald
Q&A: Predator-free NZ's tricky ethical issues

19 September 2017 - News items

We know that New Zealand's new target of wiping out pest predators by 2050 will demand more money,…

Predator Free 2050
PF2050 Expressions of Interest

12 September 2017 - News items

PF2050 is now seeking Expressions of Interest from parties that are capable and committed to achieving the Government’s…

Saving Tuna
Saving tuna

11 September 2017 - News items

Revealing the extraordinary life-cycle of the longfin eel (tuna), its legendary history among Māori tribes, and the passion and…

Kōkako. Image - Grant Capill
Ark in the Park facilitating eDNA research

22 August 2017 - News items

Ark in the Park, an eco-restoration project in the Waitakere Ranges, is providing researchers with the perfect laboratory…

Auckland Harbour. Image - Pike Brown
The role of human-assisted networks in the spread of biosecurity threats

16 August 2017 - News items

The Biosecurity Network Interventions Project brings together veterinary scientists, plant pathologists, ecological modellers and ecologists to address the…

Possum in briar. Image - Andrea Byrom
Molecular level pest control

16 August 2017 - News items

Research on invasive mammals is changing gear and increasing resolution to a molecular level never attempted before in…

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