Environment Canterbury has declared a climate emergency, highlighting the urgent need to address the issue.
News & events
Recent media coverage has highlighted concerns regarding water bottling in general and the new consent application from Cloud Ocean Water Ltd.
Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council and the Canterbury District Health Board are committed to working together to resolve quarry dust issues.
Consents from Environment Canterbury and the Mackenzie District Council are now in place for Simons Pass Station to begin irrigating a portion of its land.
The Environment Canterbury Youth Rōpu is a group of young people with an interest in the environment and making a difference.
“Vision and Pines”, a music festival to be held at Balmoral Reserve camping ground, will start a conservation project led by Hurunui young people.
An update from Hurunui Zone Committee chair on the notified Plan Change 1 to the HWRRP and the Zone Committee's future focus.
We are holding a public talk with Chief Scientist, Dr Tim Davie, to look a little deeper into what is happening in the Christchurch water space.
The Council concluded deliberations on the Annual Plan 2019-20, Fees & Charges Policy, Revenue & Financing Policy, and rates for the coming financial year.
Environment Canterbury released its annual groundwater quality survey for 2018.
Zone committee focusing on priority catchment areas to address water challenges.
The Willows park was officially opened and Mayor Broughton spoke about the importance of having such a space in the Selwyn region.