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Climate change report concludes that immediate action is needed to limit inevitable impacts

Source: Massey University The recently released report concludes that any further delay in global action on climate change will miss a brief and rapidly closing...

Declaration lays the foundation for global treaty on plastic pollution

Source: Massey University Responses focussed on dramatically reducing global plastic production are urgently needed, says Associate Professor Trisia Farrelly. Reducing plastic pollution around the globe is...

Involving citizens in the science of weather

Source: Massey University Professor David Johnston (Massey University) with Professor Qinghong Zhang (HIWeather International Coordination Office, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences), Lisa McLaren (Massey University)...

No-one left behind: Massey signs Aotearoa sustainability declaration

Source: Massey University Massey has signed the Aoteroa Sustainability Declaration. In a bid to further Massey’s commitment to the United Nation’s Sustainability Development Goals (SDG), the...

Massey researchers help to reintroduce Robins to Turitea Reserve

Source: Massey University The translocation took place in late April at Bushy Park Tarapuruhi Forest sanctuary near Whanganui. Toutouwai, North Island robin, are locally extinct in...

Massey key partner in programme supporting sustainable farming

Source: Massey University Plantain use is expected to save farmers more than $1 billion per decade. A Dairy NZ led research project, in which Massey University...

Massey at Fieldays: leading a sustainable future

Source: Massey University Massey University’s Fieldays stand When people walk onto Massey University’s Fieldays stand asking what is being sold, Professor Chris Anderson is quick to...
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