Mining Our Future Catherine Delahunty and Gareth Hughes invite you to a hui to discuss the Government's broad "drill it, mine it" agenda for NZ.
Video: Save the Denniston Plateau The Denniston Plateau on the West Coast could be lost forever if an open cast mine is allowed to proceed. [Youtube]
Dolphins spotted in Wellington's Island Bay A large pod of dolphins has been spotted along Wellington's south coast. [Stuff]
SimCity 5 confirmed: Maxis to make a more socially and environmentally conscious computer game New feature that tracks the environmental impact of your city. [Treehugger]
President Obama surprises deaf student by signing to him "I am proud of you," Williams signed. Obama, without skipping a beat, signed back: "Thank you." [Washington Post]
As heat rises so does our anxiety More than a quarter of patients with OCD in a recent study in Australia were found to have obsessions which directly related to climate change. [Sunday Star Times]
Lexicon of Sustainability: Eating down the food chain A photographic infographic of a fish market explaining bio-accumulation in the food chain. [Grist]
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The National Government's plan to sell 49% of Meridian Energy, Mighty River Power, Genesis, and Solid Energy is bad for our economy and is deeply unpopular.
Click here to make your submission on the Government's plan to sell our assets. Submissions close on Friday April 13.
Your submission can be as short as a sentence or as long as a book. The key thing is making sure your voice is heard.
I urge as many people as possible to make a submission to keep our assets in public ownership and use them to kick-start our clean green economic future.
Green Party Co-leader
Please help us stop this legislation by making a submission stating your opposition to the asset sales. There are only ten days left to make a submission.
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