NEXT is excited to announce a new environmental investment – we are founding partners in a collaboration restoring the biodiversity in the Upper McKenzie basin and Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, announced today.

Te Manahuna Aoraki brings together Government, iwi, philanthropy and private land owners to the 310,000 hectare project – home to some of New Zealand’s most stunning landscape and threatened wildlife.

NEXT CEO Bill Kermode said it is a further extension in the portfolio of large landscape scale biodiversity projects NEXT invests in – with collaboration with private landowners and new partners being critical parts of that.

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