Protecting Auckland's environment
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.
Aucklanders carbon impact 15 per cent higher than fellow New Zealanders
Auckland has much work to do to reduce its carbon footprint
Grant helps grow kids love for nature
Interest in nature has grown at Edmonton Primary School with an environmental initiative thanks to the Love Your Neighbourhood grant provided by EcoMatters.
How your food scraps can help the planet
Discover different eco-friendly ways to dispose of your food scraps and make a difference to Auckland's future.
Local groups pitch in to preserve Whau’s native habitat
Friends of Kurt Brehmer Walkway, a local conservation group, is an example of achieving positive outcomes through protecting and restoring native wildlife and plants.
Howick Local Board feedback on Eastern Busway plans
Plans for stage two of the Eastern Busway project continue to be supported by Howick Local Board, who have also called for consideration and mitigations to minimise disruption to the community during construction, in formal feedback submission to the project.
Two thumb-sized mammals now regionally threatened
In new findings, two species of nocturnal bats, the size of a thumb and the weight of an AA battery, are now known to be regionally threatened.
Local board takes action against climate change
Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board adopts action plan, setting a pathway for its community to adapt to impacts of climate change.