Protecting Auckland's environment
Easy eco tips to green up your life
Make eco-friendly choices and fight climate change with these six easy tips for enjoying a more sustainable lifestyle.
Bike Box gets motu on the move
The Waiheke Bike Box initiative has put over 300 bicycles into action on Waiheke’s roads since opening in May 2022, thanks to ongoing support from Waiheke Local Board.
Weed surveillance gives native plants a better chance to thrive
Data from a weed surveillance project on Aotea / Great Barrier helps council to prioritise next steps.
Eco Fest fills community cup for another year
And that’s a wrap for the Albert-Eden & Puketāpapa Eco Festival 2023, which returned this year with more than 100 events creating local climate action solutions.
School children help with important marine pest survey
Okiwi School and Envirokiwi have been monitoring for an invasive crab species for the past three years.
Reasons to join your local community conservation group
Community conservation groups are working hard to improve our natural environment right across Tāmaki Makaurau. Check out some great reasons to connect with your local group.
Add diversity to your garden with native plants
Having backyards planted with natives across Tāmaki Makaurau is good for the movement and survival of native birds, insects and lizards and it helps mitigate the effects of flooding.
Healthier waters for Takapuna Beach
The waters along Takapuna Beach are on their way to becoming healthier thanks to the $5.44m recent relining and rehabilitation works undertaken by Watercare along the Takapuna Foreshore Beach Pipeline.