Applications are now open for the Environment Canterbury Youth Rōpū (EYR).
News & events
Budding young scientists in Christchurch and Timaru have been awarded for their creative environmental projects in this year's Science and Technology Fair.
Schools from around the Selwyn Waihora zone are taking ownership of stretches of river, planting native shrubs and trees on the banks.
The week of September 10-14 will see an educational, interactive van travelling across South Canterbury teaching children about aquatic life.
Debbie Eddington, Youth Engagement & Education Advisor had the chance to visit the Chatham Islands in a youth engagement and education capacity.
The Hurunui Youth Conservation Site was officially opened on Sunday 26 May with a fun day out, “Vision and Pines”.
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.
Environment Canterbury invites young people to the annual Regional Youth Voices Hui 20-22 June 2019.
With over 170 entries to the Seaweek poetry competition, the judges had quite a job choosing the finalists. The results are now available.
When Canterbury University student Emma Coultas first applied for "every internship Environment Canterbury offered", she was looking for inspiration.
The invention that won Julia Christensen Environment Canterbury's Wrybill Award last year was officially launched last weekend.