We are experiencing delays in processing resource consent applications due to staffing challenges and the increasing complexity of applications.
News & events
Work is underway to ensure the highway between Twizel and Ōmārama stays beautiful and rubbish is removed from unsightly borrow pits.
Our waterways are vulnerable to infestations of exotic pest plant species that can choke our braided rivers and restrict the natural functions of waterways.
Celebrate World Wetlands Day by signing up to attend our Bioblitz event at Muriwai o Whata on Saturday 18 February.
Be in to win a sustainable picnic prize as part of the Love Our Lakes campaign in the Waitaki lakes.
Find out about the consent applications from South Island Resource Recovery Limited for a proposed waste to energy plant.
Burning/burying farm plastics can cause ongoing issues, which is why its important to recycle farm plastic. Find out how to do this in Kaikōura
A project taking a deep dive into understanding the seabed and marine ecosystems around Te Pātaka o Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula is underway.
Participate in a Bioblitz, a citizen-science effort to record as many species within the area within the day. Everyone is welcome to attend!
A North Canterbury farmer benefits from Environment Canterbury's Soil Conservation and Revegetation (SCAR) Programme.
The coastline from Waiau-toa/Clarence River to Waimate has been captured in 3D by LiDAR (light detection and ranging) via Land Information New Zealand.
Find out about Millie's award-winning solution to stop microplastics from entering our waterways.