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Students speak up on environment

Wednesday 23 April 2014 | Published in Environment

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Students speak up on environment
NES senior biodiversity officer Elizabeth Munro and senior environment officer Mii Matamaki with students from Avarua School who delivered speeches on the Cook Islands biodiversity. 14041710

Cook Islands biodiversity was a talking point at the Avarua School biodiversity speech which saw National Environment Service staff take up roles on the judging panel.

Cook Islands biodiversity was a talking point at the Avarua School biodiversity speech which saw National Environment Service staff take up roles on the judging panel.


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