Environment

The Ngatangiia community is banding together to clear the unsightly algae darkening the usually crystal blue waters of Muri lagoon.

Whale sanctuary policy goes public

Thursday October 15, 2015

The Ministry of Marine Resources (MMR) is starting public consultation on the Draft Whale Sanctuary Policy today.

Historic moment for Mauke unga

Tuesday October 13, 2015

Three years after creating a conservation site for coconut crabs on Mauke, a team of government agencies will be able to conduct the first survey of the protected species.

The Renewable Energy Project has brought light to the northern Pa Enua, and the Cook Islands government aims to have the country 100 per cent powered by renewable energy by 2020.

Climate change financing step closer

Thursday October 08, 2015

The Ministry of Finance and Economic Management (MFEM) has formally responded to feedback given from the Adaptation Fund panel on its original National Implementing Entity (NIE) submission.  

Call to conserve water supplies

Monday October 05, 2015

Authorities are urging the public to conserve precious water supplies as intakes across Rarotonga operate well below capacity and the island faces three months with little or no rainfall.

With Lagoon Day approaching fast, the Araura College Enviro Squad is in the midst of preparations.

Seaweed invades Muri lagoon

Wednesday September 30, 2015

Member of Parliament for Ngatangiia Tama Tuavera is up in arms about seaweed growth which he believes is choking life from the pristine waters of Muri lagoon.

Lessons on our environment

Wednesday September 30, 2015

On Monday evening the 11 Miss Cook Islands contestants turned their heads to learning about our environment.

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