Conservation as a catalyst for wellbeing

In this edition of NEXT Outlook, Predator Free 2050 Limited CEO Abbie Reynolds discusses how the predator free movement’s benefits go far beyond saving more than 25 million birds a year and helping pr...

NEXT Outlook returns

After a twelve month Covid hiatus - our NEXT Outlook breakfasts have returned. Despite a couple of postponements NEXT was delighted to be able to host a NEXT Outlook breakfast in mid March, where gues...

The Power of Two: ZIP Chief Executive, Al Bramley, on the DOC/NEXT Collaboration

Zero Invasive Predators Chief Executive, Al Bramley, shares his insights on the Power of Two – the collaboration
between the Department of Conservation and NEXT
to form ZIP.

Al details the journey of ZIP as it
develops tools and techniques to remove predators
from the mainland – and shares his belief that the PFNZ 2050 will
happen – but it will take the power of many.

Vision for a Predator Free NZ 2050 – NEXT Outlook by Sir Rob Fenwick

NEXT environmental advisor Sir Rob Fenwick has declared a call to arms to protect our country – in a national battle against invasive predators.

In a speech for NEXT Outlook Sir Robert says toxins and genetics should be part of the weaponry – but with the right careful but bold strategy a Predator Free New Zealand can be a reality.