Who runs the world? Bees.
40% of clothes imported into New Zealand were estimated to be made using forced and child labour.
"What's alarming is not what's left in the water, it's what has gone."
We explore Auckland’s 100-year-old sewerage system and why not to swim after heavy rain.
If global warming continues to rise, there will be less food, faltering economies and more diseases.
“We can't be crippled with anxiety because our people need us to be taking action.”
A recent study by scientists has shown microplastics in human blood.
Ngāti Manuhiri will place a rāhui tapu in its rohe moana from Mangawhai to Whangaparāoa.
It's not all about you okay?
It's time to cast your mind back to year 10 science classes.
Do female dolphins enjoy having sex? American researchers decided to find out by looking at the clitorises of female dolphins.
Scientists know that dolphins are highly social.…
It says the trend "is consistent with the overall pattern of global warming".
New research shows climate change is making it more likely for the usually monogamous albatross to leave their lifelong partners.
Led by Dr Francesco Ventura, the…
New research shows tikanga Māori practices are crucial to responding to climate challenges
Professional photographers are paired with Māori youth in an effort to combat climate change
The original wording was to ‘phase out’.
The students want the High Court to review permits given to two energy companies this year.
"This COP, learn our histories, listen to our stories, honour our knowledge."
Will our car culture stop us from meeting our climate goals?
The Government is asking for more feedback on its Emissions Reduction plan & Greenpeace isn’t happy.
New Zealand’s two major bread producers use 175 million plastic bread bag clips a year.
The latest climate change report shows climate change is here, it’s going to get worse.
Milk and Money, our series investigating the dairy industry is here.
“In a teaspoon of soil, there are as many microbes than there are mammals on the planet."
In Episode 2: Water, we explore the state of freshwater in New Zealand.
Half of calves in New Zealand are killed within days or weeks of being born.
“In 2021, this is definitely not the appropriate activity to be happening within our bay.”
It’s been 10 days since Toa was separated from his pod in Plimmerton, near Wellington.
Hundreds of people have spent another night away from their homes on the South Island’s West Coast.