Protecting Auckland's environment
Auckland Council will provide a refund of $22.77 to 230,000 households that will not receive its inorganic collection service within the current 2015/2016 financial year (ending 30 June 2016).
Auckland has been recognised globally as a city on the move, being named for the first time in JLL’s top 20 City Momentum Index.
If you’ve been told that you have to replace your fireplace or wood burner for the winter of 2016, you don’t. There is currently no ban on the use of open fireplaces or wood burners in Auckland.
Learn about effective food storage and handy tips of reducing food waste, meal planning and buying food.
Come and lend a hand, and help create more habitat for our unique native flora and fauna.
Auckland Council, Hibiscus and Bays Local Board and Forest and Bird are holding a public planting day.
Transform a once neglected urban stream area into an abundant and biodiverse natural reserve.
Learn how to compost with compost bins, bokashi bins and worm farms.
Help the Mahurangi Land Restoration Programme plant some native plants.