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For New Zealand to become Predator Free by 2050, we need to develop a plan for not only our large rural landscapes of New Zealand, but also our cities. One of NEXT’s environmental investments is Predator Free Wellington, and it has reached a major milestone this month with the rolling out of New Zealand’s largest urban eradication project ever on the Miramar Peninsula.

In this newsletter we bring you this story, plus an insightful edition of NEXT Outlook from the Director of the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Study, Professor Richie Poulton. Professor Poulton puts forward a strong case for what science tells us about why it’s important to invest in the first 1,000 days of life, one of NEXT’s key focus areas in education. Read more.