Aotearoa, New Zealand sustainable footprint operates within the principles of Kaitiakitanga. These principles protect and preserve the land and its people by understanding and honouring New Zealand's eco-systems.
From Aotearoa, New Zealand focus on renewable energy to our commitment to plant 1 billion trees by 2028, our plans are to protect and improve our soil, water quality, and other natural resources. This includes increasing biodiversity and enhancing our natural landscapes for the generations to come.
84% of the electricity produced in Aotearoa, New Zealand is from renewable sources. This puts our country second in the world for energy security.
By 2050, the aim is that every single part of Aotearoa, New Zealand will be completely free of predators. By 2025, the Predator Free Aotearoa, New Zealand project will see all introduced predators eradicated.
Aotearoa, New Zealand is increasingly committed to regenerative farming systems. That includes addressing opportunities for regeneration in the dairy, drystock, arable and viticulture sectors.
Aotearoa, New Zealand’s goal is to become a more equitable, low-carbon economy that will ensure the wellbeing of Aotearoa, New Zealand for generations to come.
Our future ability to reduce the impact of climate change will require bold action to help reduce or mitigate the effects of a warming planet. It will require many collaborators such as scientists, innovators and problem-solvers to come together to seek the answers to the world's biggest problems.