Protecting Auckland's environment
Get your fix in Helensville
Recycling initiative helps Helensville residents repair their broken belongings and minimise waste.
Greenways plan a win for Wellsford
Greenways for cycling, walking and bridle connections are planned for Wellsford.
A refresh for recyling
Auckland Council is funding a new region-wide inorganic collection service.
Landscape takes shape at Onehunga foreshore
Planting is underway along the 6.8ha Onehunga foreshore restoration site, with major parts of the project now complete.
Clean heat means clean air
To minimise air pollution and maximise heat efficiency, it’s important to know how to create a well-run, smoke-free fire.
Help with keeping your home warm and dry
Making a warmer, drier, healthier home more affordable
Protecting Auckland's biodiversity
Protecting and enhancing Auckland’s ecosystems, plants and animal species is critical to our environmental, social and economic well-being.
Interview with John Mauro, Chief Sustainability Officer
OurAuckland talks to Chief Sustainability Officer John Mauro about Auckland’s sustainability goals.
Arbor Day - Tree Benefit Cards
The Tree Benefit Cards have been developed to show the environmental service benefits that trees can provide.
Eskdale Restoration Champions with Kaipātiki Project
Become a champion for our environment and make a real difference in preserving this beautiful ecological area.
Manurewa Guided Walks
Get introduced to safe walking routes through the community and gentle nature paths to enjoy with loved ones.
Beach clean up for World Ocean Day
Let's celebrate World Ocean Day together with a beach clean.
Manurewa Repair Café
Bring along your broken household goods and sit with a volunteer and see how they can help you repair and save it from landfill.
Nimrod Reserve Planting Day - Upper Harbour
Let's make a difference and contribute to the beautification of Nimrod Reserve.
Visy Open Day
Take a tour of the Visy Recycling site in Onehunga and learn more about kerbside recycling.
Free Guided Rides - Glen Innes
Try the brand new Te Ara ki Uta ki Tai cycle connection.