The community is encouraged to give feedback on updated water management recommendations for the Orari Temuka Opihi Pareora (OTOP) water zone until 10 October.
News & events
Environment Canterbury has laid charges against two parties in relation to the death of hundreds of eels in Kaputone Creek.
Public Transport Joint Committee members Steve Lowndes and Dr Anna Stevenson discuss the visionary step change proposed in the Regional Public Transport Plan.
Free travel on the Metro public transport network for World Car-free Day on Saturday 22 September was an outstanding success, with more than 15,600 additional trips across the network.
A campaign to improve the standard of fish screens is being rolled out across Canterbury, to ensure more healthy fish remain in our rivers.
Environment Canterbury has committed to continue working with the Department of Conservation and local landowners to protect bittern/matuku habitats.
Public consultation opens today on the draft Regional Public Transport Plan, and ECan has announced that travel on its buses on 22 September will be free.
Kaikōura Water Zone Committee member Tony Blunt talks about the successful working collaboration between committee and land owners.
Today Environment Canterbury cancelled an abatement notice issued to Cloud Ocean Water which had stopped it taking water.
The eels that live in Wainono Lagoon are not of the electric variety but the dinghy that Environment Canterbury has certainly is.
Farming development in the Mackenzie Basin over the last 20 years or so has created a lot of interest among environmental groups and individuals concerned about the impact on the…
The fight to eradicate damaging plant pest spartina from the region continues.