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  • World Wildlife Fund - New Zealand
    Since its establishment WWF-New Zealand has worked with researchers, scientists, other conservationists, local communities, business and government to address pressing conservation issues.
    In New Zealand, WWF has made significant contributions to conservation through on-the-ground projects, advocacy and environmental education.
    Review: not reviewed

  • Chinese Conservation Education Trust
    The purpose of Chinese Conservation Education Trust (CCET) is to foster a love and understanding of New Zealand's special places, plants and animals. The CCET is a group of individuals dedicated to bringing conservation to the Chinese living in New Zealand. Site in both English and Chinese.
    Review: not reviewed

  • New Zealand National Parks and Conservation Foundation
    an independent charitable trust established to promote and support the conservation and protection of New Zealand's unique natural heritage. The Foundation's immediate aim is to build an endowment fund of $2 million over the next three years. From this fund, grants will be made to a range of conservation projects, particularly those supporting projects in and around national parks.
    Review: not reviewed

 

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