For the first time in four years, Environment Aotearoa a large environmental report compiled on the New Zealand state of affairs. That was done in cooperation with the ministry of environment and the statistical data of Statistics New Zealand. And it doesn't look good. the
exactly What is in that report? Since the advent of the man – the alien animals, such as rats, cats, dogs and introduced – there are no fewer than 75 animal and plant species extinct. Invasive species have few to no natural enemies so they starved, and the native species more difficult to survive.
New Zealand was once known as a country with many unique species of birds. There were but few quadrupeds so birds have an important ecological role, and the empire had.
New Zealand has three native parrots, the kaka, the kakapo and the kea. But that parrots had through the years a suit more difficult: all three of the parrots are now (with extinction) threatened, just like 80 to even 90 percent of all original species of birds in New Zealand. For the kakapo, the heaviest parrot in the world, followed this year, well good news because he makes a recordbroedseizoen by.
Actually, there are no surprises to read in the new environmental report, which says the New Zealand Environment minister David Parker. “It is, however, an additional motivation for the polluted waterways to clean and carbon neutral to be by 2050.”
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