Used condoms, tampons being flushed onto Wellington beaches
Mana whenua 'absolutely gutted' Dome Valley landfill has received green light
Farmer slams Govt's vehicle levy without ute alternatives as 'just a form of tax'
This man has spent 40 years looking for a probably extinct bird
Ice shelf protecting Antarctic glacier diminishing faster than thought
Sinkhole on Mexican farm is larger than a football field, begins swallowing house
Takeaway food rubbish dominates plastic pollution in oceans, new study finds
Maple syrup in New Zealand: Trial aims to test sap production
Nearly all cars imported by 2035 must be electric, Climate Change Commission report says
Climate change report finds NZ not on track to meet 2050 emissions targets
Greenpeace wins court case against Australian power company
Automakers face threat to EV sales: Slow charging times
Annual peak of global carbon dioxide now 50% higher than beginning of industrial age
Turkey's leader vows to clear 'sea snot' outbreak from Marmara Sea
Driftwood lines sand of Kairaki Beach like carpet after Canterbury floods
Data recovered as ship with chemicals sinking off Sri Lanka
Hui tackles decline of sea life off Coromandel Peninsula
Brazil's Amazon deforestation levels jump 41% to record levels for May
Sri Lanka braces for 'terrible environmental disaster' as ship carrying chemicals sinks
Environmental disaster feared after container ship carrying microplastics sinks off Sri Lanka coast
Australian power generator takes Greenpeace to court
Four years of court battles over after Waiheke Island marina developer and campaigners settle
Brazil's Amazon rivers rise to record levels
Tighter whitebait fishing rules on the way, but advocates say it doesn't go far enough
Fixing NZ's creaking water infrastructure could top $185 billion, reports find
Water level in Lake Taupō dangerously low for this time of year
Substantial changes needed in battle to reduce emissions in New Zealand, expert says
Q+A Panel: Culture shift needed to address long-term transport emissions in NZ
'We can have our cake and eat it' – Climate change solutions can be found, dairy sector says
'There’s no scientific solution to selfishness' - tensions rise over meeting climate targets