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The New Zealand Coastal Society was formed in 1992 to promote and advance knowledge and understanding of the coastal zone. It provides a forum for those with an interest in the coastal zone to communicate amongst themselves and to the public.

  • All eyes on next EPA mining decision
    21 June 2014
    The focus on proposed seabed mining now shifts from Taranaki to the Chatham Rise, as the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) considers its second ocean mining application.
  • Erosion protection funding vital, says marine club
    11 June 2014
    The safety of boaties and visitors to Cape Kidnappers will be put at risk if Hastings District Council does not fund further erosion protection at Clifton, a local marine club says.
  • Sea level rise subject of study
    25 May 2014

    From Otago Daily Times: Engineering study to look at options forĀ  South Dunedin.