Join FREE webinars delivered by WWF-New Zealand, Hauraki Gulf Forum & Sustainable Coastlines.
Hear from leading field experts about the health and wellbeing of the Hauraki Gulf, its inhabitants and our environmental projects to aid in recovery, and how you can support these solutions. REGISTER to attend for FREE via zoom.
Please note; due to the Red Light setting, we have made the decision to move these events to solely online events , please join us online to hear from these wonderful speakers. Register for zoom attendance via links below.
Whale Tales 2022, an incredible immersive public art trail, is surfacing in Tāmaki Makaurau!
80 Tails telling 80 tales will be dotted across Auckland for 12 weeks starting 24 January 2022. Each giant tail is inspired by a healthy ocean and designed by some of Aotearoa's most talented artists. Follow the outdoor trail for some fabulous family fun, or wander through with friends to find your own favourite.
WWF-New Zealand has partnered with Wild in Art, Auckland Unlimited, and Harcourts NZ to bring the trail to the City of Sails and raise awareness of the vital work WWF-New Zealand does to look after our ocean, including our beautiful Hauraki Gulf and its endangered resident, the Bryde's Whale. There are only 135 Bryde's whales left in the Hauraki Gulf, and it is a "Nationally Critical" species. Together, we can help restore the Gulf and protect the future of this taonga species.
Thursday 27 Jan, 6pm
Marine Communities Matter: Life as a Big Ocean Animal in the Hauraki Gulf - Tikapa Moana – Rochelle Constantine: The importance of megafaunal communities in the Gulf and how vulnerable they are when there is change.
- EVENT PAST - view recording here: https://whaletales2022.org/event/marine-communities-matter-life-as-a-big-ocean-animal-in-the-hauraki-gulf-tikapa-moana/
Thursday 17 February, 6pm
One Health: From Plastics to PFAS - Karen Stockin: Understand the use of tissues to examine marine mammal health as well as the effects of pollutants on wildlife in the Hauraki Gulf.
- EVENT PAST - view recording here: https://whaletales2022.org/event/relationships-among-marine-mammals-in-the-hauraki-gulf-karen-stockin/
Thursday 3 March, 6pm
Josh Borthwick, The Sustainable Coastlines journey and how people can improve the health of the Hauraki Gulf
Zoom registration link: https://wwf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4bsh9oPPS36V2dNouapKWA
Thursday 17 March, 6pm
The importance of Informed Choices, Bubba Cook and Suzy Black
Bubba Cook, WWF-New Zealand presents; The importance of informed choices: Why you should care where your seafood comes from and how it is produced
How advancements in technologies can help consumers make more informed decisions about the seafood they buy.
Suzy Black, Plant & Food Research presents; “Sashimi hoki – huh?” How fish-centric technology development has improved fish welfare and quality outcomes.
Zoom registration link: https://wwf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_s7xG8YfVTo-1URRBssRPbg
Thursday 31 March, 6pm
Help WWF to support the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park - Krista van der Linde: A talk highlighting the threats that are facing the Gulf’s marine life and what WWF-NZ is doing to combat these.
Zoom registration link: https://wwf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UhDzGQXIStmzljFjDoajpQ
Thursday 14 April, 6pm
From Ordinary to Extraordinary, Okahu Bay Back to the Future - Moana Tamaariki Pohe: As a whanau member, member of community; I strive to contribute as much as I possibly can. Matauranga Maori and Western Science both use past reflections to inform how to inform future actions.
Zoom registration link: https://wwf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_isYIV3YxSTmJnhAbY_OssQ