An independent report into compliance, monitoring and enforcement (CME) has found it is in relatively good shape and made recommendations on improvements.
News & events
Environment Canterbury has declared a climate emergency, highlighting the urgent need to address the issue.
The Council concluded deliberations on the Annual Plan 2019-20, Fees & Charges Policy, Revenue & Financing Policy, and rates for the coming financial year.
Environment Canterbury invites young people to the annual Regional Youth Voices Hui 20-22 June 2019.
Steve Lowndes Chairman of Environment Canterbury about the progress made by farmers to protect mahinga kai values.
An aspirational plan to restore the cultural and ecological health of Whakaraupō/Lyttelton Harbour has taken out a national planning award.
Environment Canterbury proposes an increase in expenditure in the priority areas of public transport, freshwater management, biodiversity and biosecurity.
The Co-Governors of Te Waihora / Lake Ellesmere today announced the blessing of a $3.5-million project.
Environment Canterbury’s role in consenting water use, and protecting our water supply.
Politics are muddying water issues and damaging relationships key to community outcomes, Environment Canterbury chairman Steve Lowndes said today.
Steve Lowndes discusses what the Waimakariri in flood would really look like, and whether our current protection measures are resilient enough.
What’s being done to protect and improve freshwater quality and ecosystem health in Canterbury.