Sir Christopher Hohn donates to Extinction Rebellion and takes a stake in major emitting industry.
Two small earthquakes were felt in New Plymouth on Monday morning
Kaikōura conservationists are reeling after almost all the chicks in the South Bay colony were killed by cats in less than a week.
Many of NIWA's staff have become amateur photographers thanks to the extraordinary nature of their job.
With climate change on her mind time-poor, food-loving Gordana Rodden considers meal delivery kits as the bane and the antidote.
Many people sceptical of climate change are that way because they "don't like the consequences".
A Wellington basement has been transformed into an urban garden supplying over 80 restaurants.
The operation to lift a submerged crane, which fell from Seaview Wharf, has gone off without a hitch.
Heretaunga St reopens after building at risk of collapse is torn down.
Eva Durrant took up beekeeping when she retired. Her bees make 90kg of honey a year.
True darkness is dying a silent death. NZ could lead the way in preserving the night.
Pleasing results from a Nelson-based mussel breeding programme are expected to yield huge growth.
Southland whitebaiters are unsure what affect the indigenous freshwater fish amendment bill will have on the fisheries.
Most of New Zealand's 3800 lakes are not regularly monitored due to the cost of physically getting to them all. A new system aims to take out the legwork.
Project to turn NZ seaweed into greenhouse gas-busting cattle feed wins government backing.
Thousands of trees culled as paradise lost to pollen.
They're not much bigger than your thumb and they only come out to forage at night.
It's the hut in the bush that'll never burn down, but it's been an eight year effort to get it built.
Explosives were used to blast a 34 million-year-old rock overhang in a national park.
OPINION: There are some positives in a new report on our marine environment.
Warming temperatures across New Zealand will help invasive plants flourish in what is already one of the world's weediest countries.
Fancy being the first person on a Pacific island? A brand new one could be forming.
Elevated levels of E coli have made Browns Bay beach unsafe to swim at.
Eleven-year-old Ana Hay and her friends are holding a garage sale to raise funds to help save kea from extinction.
"How did we get into this mess?" says top scientist on the state of NZ's marine environment.
Getting used to the new rubbish system in New Plymouth is easier if you follow this guide.
Melting glacier in northern Pakistan highlights the Duke and Duchess' concerns about action on climate change.
OPINION: I have never been motivated to do anything than to save the planet for the sake of my siblings and future generations.
Whales are truly ecosystem engineers; able to modify the environment around them.
I love my pinot noir, so have a personal interest in this.