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News & events
Flooding can have devastating effects. We have taken significant steps to reduce the risk of potential flood damage and we need to adapt for climate change.
People are advised to avoid contact with water following algal growth and the detection of high levels of potentially toxic cyanobacteria
DIYers are being warned about the potential for accidentally contaminating their own home during home maintenance over summer.
Environment Canterbury is working closely with Hurunui District Council to ensure the removal of a tyre stockpile at 122 Racecourse Road, Amberley.
It only takes a small amount of poo to pollute a whole swimming area and ruin a lot of people’s summer holidays.
Explore Canterbury's public recreational spots with our new online 'StoryMap', which provides accessibility and amenity information for over 900 sites.
Paula Smith, member of the Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee talks about water use across the peninsula this summer.
Outstanding services to the environment over several years were acknowledged with awards to three people at yesterday’s Environment Canterbury council meeting.
Lower Waitaki South Coastal Canterbury Water Zone Committee chair Bruce Murphy reflects on the year that was and talks about challenges along the way.
Conservation, climate change and challenges are all common themes for Banks Peninsula Water Zone Committee. Hear from the Chair as she signs off for 2020.
Environment Canterbury Chair Jenny Hughey has welcomed the Government’s declaration of a climate emergency.