Business as usual will not protect us from the climate crisis. Together, we can cut Auckland’s emissions in half by 2030 and prepare for the impacts of climate change. See how Auckland Council is leading this transformation.
Waiheke residents asked to have their say on a draft climate action plan for the island
Have your say on draft climate action plan for Waiheke.
Boost for Community Climate Action funding
What bright idea does your community group need funding for?
Auckland Council endorses C40 fossil fuel divestment declaration
The Environment and Climate Change Committee has today unanimously endorsed the C40 Cities Divest/Invest Declaration, reaffirming Auckland Council’s policy of not investing in companies involved in the production of fossil fuels and committing to championing investments in the green economy.
Auckland Council steps up emissions reduction efforts
Auckland Council has established a Transport Emissions Reference Group to develop options to help achieve the bold emissions-reduction targets outlined in Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Plan.
A budget for climate action
While we are investing strongly in our COVID-19 recovery, our 10-year Budget shows that we remain focused on tackling the long-term challenges of climate change.
Sorting the plastics problem
With Plastic Free July ahead, the Prime Minister and Minister for the Environment have checked out how Auckland Council’s getting the problem sorted.
Watercare outlines $18.5b investment plan for next 20 years
Watercare has unveiled its biggest investment programme to date, outlining how it will spend $18.5 billion over the next 20 years to maintain and develop a resilient water and wastewater network for its customers.
Council releases maps of areas susceptible to coastal erosion
Digital maps showing the areas of the 3200km Tāmaki Makaurau coastline that may be affected by coastal erosion will be available on the council’s online mapping platform from this weekend.