Sign the petition to cease sandmining off Pakiri Beach.
It causes so much devastation and it’s not necessary given that there are other sustainable sources of sand. Pakiri beach is a much cherished and priceless asset of all New Zealanders, which is at risk of environmental damage, and to its flora and fauna (including NZ’s rarest bird) if further dredging continues.
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Submission on application concerning resource consent application that is subject to public notification
To: Auckland Council Submitter: Friends of Pakiri Beach Incorporated This is a submission by Friends of Pakiri Beach Incorporated in relation to an Application by
Since 1900, sand dune habitats have declined by a third, and by nearly two-thirds in Wales, putting endangered species — such as the natterjack toad, dune
From Cambodia to California, industrial-scale sand mining is causing wildlife to die, local trade to wither and bridges to collapse. And booming urbanisation means the
We have a duty to protect our dunes because they really are quite special and once they’re gone, they’re gone forever.
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