A new report, published by the Helen Clark Foundation and engineering consultants WSP, stresses the essential need to work with communities to adapt to climate change.
The council has a new tool to work towards its goal of increasing tree canopy across urban Auckland.
Auckland Council’s Planning, Environment and Parks Committee has approved $225,000 in funding to community groups to support climate action as part of the Auckland Climate Grant.
The impact of the Parnell sinkhole and associated sewage discharge on the natural capital services provided by the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park, Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi.
The Te Whau Pathway, is one step closer to becoming a reality after construction resumed today, on a section of the pathway in Te Atatū.
Exotic caulerpa has also been detected at Medlands Beach on the east coast of Aotea Great Barrier Island – thanks to the vigilance of Auckland Council Biosecurity Advisor Karen Thode.
Four Auckland parks and one tūpuna maunga have received international Green Flag Awards for meeting global excellence quality measures.