Monitoring our environment
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.
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.
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.
Papakura planting for a green future
Annual planting plans will help shape a greener future for Papakura.
Council warns waterfront property owners not to take matters into their own hands
While coastal erosion may be posing a threat to some Auckland waterfront properties homeowners are asked to work closely with the council first and not to take matters into their own hands.
Supporting the community for better environmental outcomes
New additions to the Aotea / Great Barrier Local Board’s work programme help protect the environment.
An exciting step towards Waiheke’s carbon zero goal
A survey of marine carbon sequestered (captured and stored) in the Waiheke marine environment will be carried out over the next few months.