Odour is a serious concern for many residents in Bromley, so for the next month, we are undertaking a pilot in the area for a new reporting app.
News & events
More than 150 people from across Timaru’s community are taking part in the MyWay by Metro pilot.
An operation to install boulders in the lower Hekeao/Hinds River aims to create diverse water environments.
The Morriss farm in Waimakariri restored 250 metres of stream, and have since seen tuna and inanga return as its health grew.
Nine months into a trial to tackle roadside erosion in Banks Peninsula, progress has been made.
Seaweek 2020 runs from 29 February to 8 March. We have some great events on that showcase the importance and diversity of our marine environments.
We work proactively with operators to help ensure they do not have oil spills, and that appropriate response equipment is available should one occur.
Environment Canterbury’s Chief Executive Bill Bayfield will head up the Government’s new drinking water regulator.
Timaru’s much anticipated on-demand public transport service takes to the streets next week as 150 locals put the vehicles and technology through their paces.
A look ahead at how we can help our local environment flourish in Kaikōura.
Discover how people made a big impact on this little lake
Ongoing recovery updates and frequently asked questions about the Rangitata River flood event in December 2019.