New Zealand: Wellington
New Zealand is divided in to two major mass areas: The North Island and the South Island extending in the Pacific Ocean’s southwestern part; so it is a country being shaped in a form of a beautiful large Island, in addition to having another 600 small-sized islands. The overall area of this large Island stands at 268,021 square meters, hosting a population of about 5 million residents of different main ethnicities of : Europeans, Maori – the indigenous people- Pacific’s, British and some new few ethnicities.
It is characterized by areas that are mountainous or hills of steep shapes : they are volcanic in the middle of the North Island, and of a number of fiords (maritime isles) in the South Island.
The name of the first man to discover the Island was the Dutch: Abel Tasman ,who was an explorer, discovered the land in 1642. Afterwards, the name of New Zealand was given to the Island after the name of the Dutch”Neuw Zeeland” who was a mapmaker: as the first people to explore the country were the Dutch.
In 1840, Waitangi Treaty was ratified on 6th of February, since then New - Zealand marks the announcement of that treaty when Great Britain and indigenous people signed what was known of New Zealand’s founding document.
The Country is developing a great deal of keeping maintaining applied sciences along having the environment of New Zealand clean and be out of any carbon emission by 2050.