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…

Thanks for reading The LBM Daily.
Join LBM Daily Premium or log in to continue reading.
Login Join Now

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

CFTC Commitment of Traders Report as of Tuesday February 13, 2024
UFP Industries net sales decreased by 20% to $1.52 billion in Q4 2023
US stocks slip as chip giant Nvidia slumps
Nasdaq 100 futures slip after major averages incur back-to-back losses: Live updates
In December, price for logs imported to European Union grows 7%