We centred our response to the COVID-19 pandemic around manaakitanga/people first - one of our core organisational values.
News & events
Controlling invasive species to make way for native plants is the Weed Strikeforce team's specialty. Great strides have been made at Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere.
This year the Council is focusing on public transport, environmental priority projects and COVID-19 recovery in its yearly Annual Plan.
The 2020/21 Annual Plan has been formally adopted by our Council the rates have been set for the coming year.
We are supporting industry initiatives to ensure farmers follow good winter grazing practice and if needed, seek advice as early as possible.
After a hiatus due to COVID-19, all upcoming water zone committee meetings have been rescheduled and agendas are now available online.
The Harbourmaster's Office has observed several bylaw breaches recently, which have compromised both the safety of individuals and others out on the water.
The latest COVID-19 update on our regional services.
On 28 May, the Government announced its Action for Healthy Waterways package. Our Chair, Jenny Hughey, acknowledges the efforts involved.
Greater Christchurch’s public transport challenges are bigger than the call for free buses, as our councillors Phil Clearwater and Tane Apanui explain.
Environment Canterbury became the first Council in New Zealand to make a climate emergency declaration a year ago this Saturday (16 May).
It’s a year since Environment Canterbury declared a climate-change emergency. Jenny Hughey explains what the council has been doing.