Environment Canterbury’s council today approved a variation to the Regional Land Transport Plan to allow a third southbound lane, and a cycle facility, over the Waimakariri Bridge to address congestion.
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A new collaborative project will protect the endangered South Canterbury pekapeka long-tailed bat population from predators in the Raincliff area.
Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council and the Canterbury District Health Board are committed to working together to resolve quarry dust issues in the Yaldhurst area.
On Thursday 14th September we welcomed Greenpeace into the Tuam Street building. Councillor Iaean Cranwell greeted the group and staff sang our waiata in welcome. After a series of speeches,...
Flock loads of endangered birds have been given a helping hand thanks to predator control work, habitat protection and signage along the Ashburton / Hakatere River.
A remnant of foothill forest with rare limestone outcrops near Mt Somers is being protected thanks to the work of a local landowner and support from the Immediate Steps biodiversity fund.
Measuring and managing water use is a critical step to improving the health of Canterbury’s waterways as well as ensuring the sustainability of our agricultural industry.
Compliance in Canterbury’s marine farming industry has transpired as a result of collaborative efforts with Environment Canterbury and the marine farming community.
Stock in our waterways has been highlighted by the community as a major area of concern.Environment Canterbury and Fish and Game have worked together to develop a new response protocol...
In April 2017, a prosecution against the directors of Station Peak Dairy Limited (SPD) for illegally clearing riverside land in the Lower Waitaki, successfully went through the Alternative Environmental Justice...
It took Angela Cushnie a while to take the plunge and put her name forward for the Ashburton Water Zone Committee, and her path was a novel one.
Sydenham scientist, mother and kayaker Suzanne Furkert is on a mission to rid Christchurch's rivers from copper, and she wants other people to play their part too.