Protecting Auckland's environment
Auckland Council strongly supports reform of water services provision in New Zealand. However, it remains adamant that Aucklanders, through their elected representatives, should retain majority control over provision of water services in our city, Mayor Phil Goff says.
Mayor Goff says investment in the Climate Action Package will help reduce carbon emissions by encouraging more people to use public transport, and create greener, healthier neighbourhoods.
International Women’s Day is a chance to celebrate women’s achievements, and this year’s theme recognises the contribution of wahine around the world who are leading the charge on climate change adaptation, mitigation and response, to build a more sustainable future for all.
Hauraki Gulf Forum adopts advocacy position on updating and strengthening the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Act
Over the past nine months, the Hauraki Gulf Forum has undertaken an internal review on whether the 22-year-old Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Act, and the Marine Park and Forum it created, remain fit for purpose.
Piha resident Dr Jill Poulston is systematically weeding in the bush near her home, supported by family, friends and a Love Your Neighbourhood grant from Waitākere Ranges Local Board.
Let's get crafty. Ever wanted to build your own little tiny city?
A free community event to clean up the Hibiscus Coast on World Environment Day.
Bring your family and friends to help plant trees and keep Auckland green.
Help rangers and volunteers plant the trees raised by Tāwharanui Open Sanctuary Society Inc.
Make and leave with an upcycled Bokashi Bin for your food scraps.