About

‘Freshwater For Life’ was formed to offer independent honesty into freshwater environmental reporting in New Zealand. At present, the organisations reporting on the state of the environment have no independent oversight and are effectively reporting on their own progress (or lack of it).

Freshwater For Life independently reports on the impacts to New Zealand’s fresh water. Information is provided on the main threats to good water quality in our lakes and rivers. We strive for greater protection of native aquatic life and the places they live. Our goal is to safeguard and protect fresh water and the life it supports, so present and future generations can enjoy what we all love.

We discuss the impacts on freshwater, information about freshwater in New Zealand, and solutions to improve freshwater quality.


Who is involved?

Mike JoyMike Joy (BSc, MSc 1st class hons, PhD in Ecology) is a Senior Lecturer in Ecology and Environmental Science at the Ecology Group, Massey University.

He researches and teaches freshwater ecology, especially freshwater fish ecology and distribution, ecological modelling bio-assessment and environmental science.

You can see Mike’s academic publications here, and view his professional profile here.

Phone: 64 6 356 9099 ext 84834
Email: m.k.joy@massey.ac.nz
LinkedIn: Connect with Mike Joy

Visit the Manaaki Tuna: Lifeline for Longfins website


Kyleisha FooteKyleisha Foote (BSc, MEnvMgmt with Distinction) is a Researcher in Environmental Science in the Ecology Group, Massey University.

She researches human impacts on the environment, particularly freshwater.  She is interested in valuing external impacts of activities and adopting sustainable land use management practices.


We thank the numerous people who helped and inspired us for fresh water.

 

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