A fascinating exploration of the ways in which the information coded in the genomes of all living things can provide tools to help us deal with the interwoven crises of biodiversity loss, environmental degradation and climate disruption.
A Bunk for the Night is an updated guide to over 200 of the best of New Zealand’s backcountry huts.
A landmark collection of the written natural history legacy of pioneer conservationist Richard Henry (1845-1929), champion of our flightless native birds and New Zealand’s first wildlife ranger.
This comprehensive, fully revised field guide to New Zealand’s native trees, by John Dawson and Rob Lucas, is compact enough to fit in a day-pack. Illustrated with more than 1500 superb photographs, it contains detailed information on all native trees found on the main islands of New Zealand, including Stewart Island and the Chathams.
A Wildlife Hunt for Kiwi Kids - A unique ‘look and find’ book for all children who want to learn about New Zealand’s wildlife, with double-spreads of different habitats, including forest, the mountains, the beach, the ocean, estuaries and wildlife sanctuaries. This wildlife hunt for Kiwi kids is stunningly illustrated by Ned Barraud.
Nicolas Dillon is one of New Zealand’s leading wildlife artists. With a rich collection of sketches and bird paintings, as well as Dillon’s thoughtful writing capturing his experience of painting in the wild, this book is a heartfelt tribute to New Zealand’s birdlife.
Worldwide, coal is the biggest single contributor to the ongoing climate crisis and to increasing levels of ocean acidity. But here in New Zealand, is coal mining a sunset industry – or is it a phoenix rising?
A complete revision of the best-selling, award-winning landmark book of New Zealand's native trees.
A beautifully illustrated chronicle of five decades of tramping and adventuring in New Zealand's Southern Alps.
A handbook that aims to inspire kids to become empowered ans involved in protecting our environment.