Protecting Auckland's environment
Auckland Council’s biosecurity dog team is demonstrating their skills to their Hawaiian counterparts.
Secretive and mysterious - what lies beneath our waterways?
The tara iti/New Zealand fairy tern – our most endangered bird with fewer than 40 remaining – has celebrated a record-breaking summer breeding season.
To help Aotearoa become a circular economy where materials are re-used as much as possible, there are now new nationwide standards for recycling.
The collaborative project has brought together 22 golf courses and their neighbouring communities to connect these green spaces with collective care for the environment.
The public are advised not wade in the water or touch the algal material at the affected beaches.
Learn organic gardening fundamentals, such as soil food web, organic resources, building soil fer...
Enter your details for a chance to win two double-pass tickets for the full 5 Days at Earth Beat...
Join us to pull out rubbish from those hard to reach areas and make a really big impact.
Browse a wide range of stalls selling original artisan wares, up-cycled clothing, potted plants,...
A great family day for the Community to come and enjoy at Central Park.
Drift along the Waitakere River, which flows through Matuku Link, through to Te Henga wetland.