There is plenty to catch up on in this week's newsletter, including the Fight for the Wild podcast series.
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Our Changing World

New stories from April and May 2021

Fight for the Wild

Fight for the Wild is a 4-part documentary film & podcast series exploring the notion of Predator Free 2050 in Aotearoa.

The first two episodes are available now and the next two will be available on 24 and 31 May.

Films: 1. Loss and 2: Defiance

Podcast with host Dave Hansford 1: Dealing with Loss and 2: Remove and Protect - also available on your favourite podcast app.

2020 Prime Minister's Science Prize winners


There were some familiar faces as well as some new names among the Prime Minister’s Science Prize winners this year.

Two of the five prizes awarded in April were for efforts to better understand and communicate the Covid-19 pandemic.

Alison Ballance retrospectives

Shags and eagle rays

Kaikōura earthquake science

Voice of the Iceberg

Ocean acidification

Kauri dieback

Southern island sanctuary

Meet Claire Concannon

Claire is the new host of Our Changing World - you'll be hearing from her in June.

She spoke to RNZ about her love of science and surfing.
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