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In 1973 the New Zealand government protested against French nuclear testing at Mururoa. The two-frigate protest sparked international pressure for the testing to stop, which forced the French to move to underground testing. Now, 42 years later, an independent report detailing likely exposure and risk from radiation is to be released in October.
Prime Minister John Key arrived in New York on Monday, 28 September to attend a United Nations General Assembly week.
The Australia-New Zealand Climate Change & Business Conference is to be held in Auckland at the end of October. It recognises that governments can address climate change head-on by making policies that reduce emissions and adapt to climate impacts.
The Department of Conservation will add $180,000 in funding to the Million Metres Streams Project to restore New Zealand's waterways
On Thursday 9 October, Auckland Council released its state of the environment report, 'The Health of Auckland's Natural Environment In 2015.' The report presents the current and potential environmental issues, recent changes, and long term trends in Auckland.