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2 weeks ago

Hauraki Gulf Forum
Good luck finding a crayfish / kōura around Waiheke these days. The results of a recent survey have just been published here https://www.waihekemarineproject.org/kourasurvey and the numbers are shocking. 🦞

Good luck finding a crayfish / kōura around Waiheke these days. The results of a recent survey have just been published here www.waihekemarineproject.org/kourasurvey and the numbers are shocking. 🦞 ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Hauraki Gulf Forum
The Hauraki Gulf Marine Park is also our gateway to the digital world. This morning we were honoured to attend the ceremony to welcome the arrival of the next generation internet cable which connects Aotearoa, Fiji, Australia, Tokelau, Kiribati and the United States. The Southern Cross NEXT cable will double our connectivity with the world. Photos below of our Executive Officer signing the Golden Buoy to mark the occasion with Mike McGrath and Justin Rae. The cable will come online in April 2022. Great to see Richard Hills there as local Councillor and Chair of Aucklands Environment and Climate Change Committee. 

https://itbrief.co.nz/story/southern-cross-next-submarine-cable-touches-down-at-auckland-s-takapuna-beachImage attachment

The Hauraki Gulf Marine Park is also our gateway to the digital world. This morning we were honoured to attend the ceremony to welcome the arrival of the next generation internet cable which connects Aotearoa, Fiji, Australia, Tokelau, Kiribati and the United States. The Southern Cross NEXT cable will double our connectivity with the world. Photos below of our Executive Officer signing the 'Golden Buoy' to mark the occasion with Mike McGrath and Justin Rae. The cable will come online in April 2022. Great to see Richard Hills there as local Councillor and Chair of Auckland's Environment and Climate Change Committee.

itbrief.co.nz/story/southern-cross-next-submarine-cable-touches-down-at-auckland-s-takapuna-beach
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Cable zones are the best way to protect the sea floor from destructive fishing practices. Save the Gulf with cables!

Not the old golden rivet 🤣

4 weeks ago

Hauraki Gulf Forum
Calling all schools around the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park - a great opportunity to get involved with WWF New Zealand Whale Tales 2022! 🐳

Calling all schools around the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park - a great opportunity to get involved with WWF New Zealand Whale Tales 2022! 🐳Calling all schools:

🎉 🐋 WWF Whale Tales 2022 is launching in January 2022! 🐋 🎉

Whale Tales is an exciting new art event that celebrates Aotearoa, art and marine conservation - and will benefit the mauri of our Ocean.

For 12 weeks, more than 100 whale tail sculptures will pop up all over Tāmaki Makaurau - forming a fun, free, family-friendly art “migration” trail for explorers of all ages to enjoy.

Schools have a fin-tastic opportunity to get involved, by signing up for WWF's exciting cross-curricular learning programme. 🎓 🎨 🐳

Your students can even decorate a mini whale tail sculpture of their own!

There's a limited number of mini whale tail sculptures to claim - so get in quick if you'd like one for your students to decorate!

Learn more: whaletales2022.org/schools
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