BY STU POTTER
Gisborne, New Zealand
Organisations You Might Want to Check out, Support or Join
New Zealand department of conservation work throughout the country to protect and preserve the natural environment this link will take you to the page that explains how to get involved
The Kiwi Conservation Club is a part of the organisation Forest and Bird. On their website there is information about wildlife along with suggests about what you can do to help keep the planet healthy.
Get involved with your local activities in the next annual seaweek. A chance to learn more about the sea that surrounds us.
National Geographic have a kids section where you can find all sorts of videos, games, photos, catoons and information about the natural world.
Moko the dolphin was a male bottlenose dolphin who spent time between 2007 and 2010 interacting with humans on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island. Of his own free will he sort people out and then engaged them to swim or play.
Plastic Oceans is an organisation that campaigns and supports solutions for addressing the issue of plastic pollution in the environment. The Video page on the site provides a range of perspectives that highlight the problem
Sustainable Coastlines are a New Zealand based charity that organsies beach clean ups, provides education programs and delivers awareness campaigns to highlight the need to look after our coastlines.
Department of Conservation
Kiwi Conservation Club
Mokotahi (Moko) the Dolphin
Law of the Sea
The Encyclopedia of New Zealand is a great source of information, bringing you the stories tht shape the country
The fishing page has information about the range of fishing that is practiced around the country.
The Law of the sea has information about the risks our marine environment faces and the responses taken