Kiwis Against Seabed Mining

KASM are a spontaneous community-based action group, who strongly oppose any non-essential seabed mining.

Their objectives are to raise public awareness of current proposals to mine the New Zealand seabed and coastline, educate and inform the public as to the consequences of those proposals, and ensure that current and future governments stop considering these and any future 
seabed mining operations.

In so doing, they intend to protect and preserve these unique areas of coastline for future generations to enjoy.

They are a non-political, non-profit organisation, funded by membership subscriptions and donations, whose opinions reflect wider public sentiment.