The Laws of Nature: Why old legislation is standing in the way of tackling environmental crisis

Enviro & Legislation

New Zealand’s conservation laws date back to the 1930s and pre-date warnings about climate change, treaty settlements and mass tourism. The Government says fixing them is the first step in tackling the global biodiversity crisis – but it will be controversial. Andrea Vance reports. Kiritapu Allan has a paradoxical relationship with Papatūānuku. As emergency management…

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