Conservation of natural resources

Conservation of resources, Natural resources - Conservation, Natural resources conservation, Resources conservation, Natural
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Date: 1991 From: Nisbet, Alistair :Editorial Cartoons ca 1993 Ref: A-290-012 Description: An apple representing the world, but almost all chewed up. Two huge worms are heading for the still intact Antarctica and threatening to eat it up Quantity:...
Darroch, Bob, 1940- :"I agree - ripping up the land ruins the natural beauty of the countryside - but you're still going to dig the garden!" 1 April 2010
Date: 2010 From: Darroch, Bob 1940- :[Digital cartoons published in the Whangarei Report] By: Whangarei report (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0017637 Description: A woman, in extreme frustration, hauls her husband away from cricket on TV and tries to shove him out into the garden saying 'I agree - ripping up the land r...
Date: 1973 - 1992 From: Heath, Eric Walmsley 1923- :[27 boxes of cartoons drawn for the "Dominion", 1970-1980s?]. By: Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- Ref: C-133-010/040 Description: Includes cartoons about: Chinese nuclear weapons testing; Trawlermen blockading Wellington and Auckland harbours; Air New Zealand air fares; Cost cutting at ...
Date: 1983 From: Fleming, Charles Alexander (Sir), 1916-1987 : Papers Ref: MSX-7357 Description: Statement of Brian Cameron McLay, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Internal Affairs, in support of the application for a National Water Conservation Ord...
Date: 1990 From: Zagni, Ivan, 1942- : Collection By: Zagni, Ivan, 1942-; Auckland Philharmonia Ref: fMS-Papers-8014-04 Description: Responsibility - This work was composed while Zagni was Composer-in-residence with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra 1989-1990. This work was `composed in...
Date: [1936-1970] From: Lawlor, Patrick Anthony, 1893-1979 : Papers Ref: 77-067-8/09 Description: Two letters from William Guthrie-Smith to Lawlor (1938, 1950); letter from E L Kehoe to Guthrie-Smith (1937); clippings and articles about Guthrie-Smith and ...
Date: 1972 From: Various cartoonists :Cartoons from the New Zealand News, 1970s Ref: A-297-100 Description: Norman Kirk, leader of the Labour opposition, steps into Lake Manapouri as two National MPs Duncan MacIntyre and Daniel Riddiford look on from a row boat. O...
Date: 1970 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988] Ref: B-137-059 Description: Shows MacIntyre and Holyoake dressed in military uniforms in a trench. There are people shouting and protesting around them. Refers to a comment MacIntyre ma...
Date: 1980-1990 By: Greenpeace New Zealand; Roach, Mark, active 1980-1990s Ref: 91-161 Description: Collection consists of papers relating to activites and campaigns run by Greenpeace New Zealand and the Greenpeace New Zealand Wellington group during the 19...
Date: [1913-1916] From: Field, William Hughes, 1861-1944 : Papers Ref: 73-128-188 Description: Correspondence, notes, agreements, etc relating to various business transactions; identified persons entered under Name Language - Brief note in Maori Quan...
Date: 1983 From: Fleming, Charles Alexander (Sir), 1916-1987 : Papers Ref: 87-208-245 Description: Submission by Fleming `Conservation of the Ahuriri River community'; Ahuriri River conservation order hearing 21-23 September 1983, Oamaru; statement of Sir ...
"Um... maybe we should try some market research first..?" 14 June 2010
From: Slane, Christopher, 1957-:[Digital cartoons published in the Listener, New Zealand Herald, or New Zealand Farmers' Weekly] Ref: DCDL-0014555 Description: The cartoon shows (from left) Minister of Energy and Resources Gerry Brownlee, who is wearing a 'sexy coal' tshirt, Finance Minister Bill English who wears a...
Date: 1987 From: Hodgson, Trace, 1958- :[36 original political cartoons, drawn for the New Zealand Listener. 1984-1990; and two photocopies]. Ref: C-128-034 Description: A commentary on the destruction of natural beauty by and for greedy hotel owners and business people in Queenstown. Copy at H-509-030 Some of these cartoons...
By: Young, David Christopher, 1947- Ref: OHColl-1089 Description: Interviews relating to his research projects and publications about conservation. Interviewer(s) - David Young Quantity: 2 C60 cassette(s) two boxes. Tran...
Date: 20 Oct 1998 From: Tongariro Forest oral history project By: Smith, Kevin David, 1953- Ref: OHInt-0425/8 Description: Kevin Smith was born in Taumarunui in 1953. Describes going to Owhango Primary School and Taumarunui High School. Mentions his father, Bluey Smith, worked as...
From: Adkin, George Leslie, 1888-1964 : Papers and diaries Ref: MS-Papers-0261-07/08 Description: Contains ms note on Mokau River (maps and plates) Maps and plates
Date: [1950-1976] From: McEwen, Jock Malcolm, 1915-2010: Papers Ref: MS-Papers-6717-110 Description: Papers delivered by various people; `The Linguistic situation in Samoa' by H G A Hughes (1952); review of `Micronesia at the crossroads; a reappraisal of the...
Date: 1974 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988] By: Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.); Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989 Ref: B-134-648 Description: This cartoon is about the overuse of resources by wealthy nations and it shows a man trying to buy an item which has become more difficult to get and more ex...
Date: 1992 From: Scott, Thomas, 1947- : Evening Post cartoons. 1 - 30 June 1992 Ref: H-001-005 Description: Shows fish clustered at the outlet of a sewage pipe. Refers to the earth summit in Rio de Janeiro Quantity: 1 cartoon bromide(s).
Date: 8 Oct 1998 - 08 Oct 1998 From: Tongariro Forest oral history project By: Green, Paul Montague, 1944- Ref: OHInt-0425/5 Description: Paul Green was born in Wellington in 1944. Describes education at Te Aro Primary School and Wellington College. Talks about his love of tramping and climbing...