To help Aotearoa become a circular economy where materials are re-used as much as possible, there are now new nationwide standards for recycling.
Auckland Council’s biosecurity dog team is demonstrating their skills to their Hawaiian counterparts.
Secretive and mysterious - what lies beneath our waterways?
The tara iti/New Zealand fairy tern – our most endangered bird with fewer than 40 remaining – has celebrated a record-breaking summer breeding season.
The collaborative project has brought together 22 golf courses and their neighbouring communities to connect these green spaces with collective care for the environment.
The public are advised not wade in the water or touch the algal material at the affected beaches.
Good news for those planning to visit Takapuna Beach this summer! Latest water sampling shows that the recent work done by Watercare along the foreshore continues to improve the quality of the stormwater that flows into Takapuna Beach.
Public consultation for the Whatipū to South Head SAP is open from now to 2 April 2024. Have your say and help us plan for the future of our shoreline
Recent consultation with Aucklanders on how to improve the region’s rivers, lakes and streams has been hailed a success.
Two species of exotic caulerpa seaweed have been found in Auckland. Mayor Wayne Brown encourages all Aucklanders, boaties and beachgoers to know the advice and what to do if they spot it.
The council has a new tool to work towards its goal of increasing tree canopy across urban Auckland.