Steve Lowndes discusses what the Waimakariri in flood would really look like, and whether our current protection measures are resilient enough.
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What’s being done to protect and improve freshwater quality and ecosystem health in Canterbury.
Mycoplasma Bovis is front and centre for many farmers as well as us at Environment Canterbury.
Environment Canterbury is promoting a Local Bill to Parliament which, if passed, would ensure continuing mana whenua representation on the Council.
Farmers have a lot to contend with, much more than the average townie can understand, in dealing with emissions, nutrient leaching and environmental risks.
Audit. It’s a word with all sorts of connotations, and none of them especially pleasant. For me, it stirs up memories of long dark nights poring over paperwork.
Yesterday Greenpeace put out a public statement regarding the proposed representation on the Environment Canterbury Council for the 2019 elections.
What’s going on with farming and freshwater in Canterbury? Is water quality, in the form of nitrate pollution, getting better
Public Transport Joint Committee members Steve Lowndes and Dr Anna Stevenson discuss the visionary step change proposed in the Regional Public Transport Plan.
The final proposal for the representation review was adopted at the Council meeting on 23 August.
The Co-Governors of Te Waihora / Lake Ellesmere (Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Environment Canterbury, Selwyn District Council and Christchurch City Council) today announced that the Department of Conservation, Te...
At a public meeting yesterday the Environment Canterbury Council advised the Chief Executive that they would like to amend their initial proposal for representation as a result of submissions received.