Immediate Steps is about achieving some quick wins, recognising that our natural ecosystems are the ‘lungs’ of the environment.
News & events
There are three sorts of water in our cities and towns – drinking water, wastewater and stormwater.Canterbury is fortunate to have a pure source of drinking water which comes from...
Hear from Dr Tim Davie, and expert panellists as they discuss the state of Te Waihora and the catchment, and what more needs to be done.
Environment Canterbury will resume its trapping programme at the Ashburton River mouth following an internal review focused on safety.
A Hakataramea farm and its director have been fined $22,000 for illegally disturbing the bed of Sisters Creek and discharging sediment into the Hakataramea River.
Environment Canterbury’s Council today elected Steve Lowndes as Chairperson. Steve, formerly the Deputy Chairman, has been Acting Chairman since 20 July until today. The Deputy Chairman elected today is Peter Scott.
A “no excuses” campaign for recreational boaties caught speeding or not wearing lifejackets is about to kick off.
The Kaiapoi River is the heart of the community. That’s why the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee has, for the past three years, been investigating water quality issues raised by residents.
A key driver for the Christchurch West Melton Water Zone Committee members is to share information with as many people as possible about the small but significant steps we can...
A Water Shortage Direction for Saltwater Creek and its tributaries in Timaru is in effect from Wednesday 29 November for 14 days.
Ninety percent of Canterbury farmers have committed to improving water quality in the region by getting their consent to farm.
Due to low patronage, a bus service that runs from Rangiora to the Airport and Hornby (960) will stop operating after December 22.