Environment Canterbury has declared a climate emergency, highlighting the urgent need to address the issue.
News & events
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.
Environment Canterbury has welcomed the Environment Aotearoa 2019 synthesis report as a significant milestone.
Environment Canterbury’s Tuam Street offices have been awarded a 4.5 star energy efficiency rating, equating to "excellent performance" on the NABERSNZ scale.
A report into Environment Canterbury’s 2017 greenhouse gas emissions has shown the tangible ways in which the organisation has reduced its level of emissions.
A community forum in Twizel highlighted how the five agencies with statutory responsibilities in the region had become more aligned in protecting the Mackenzie.
A woman described as a "lone kanuka", "broken record" and a force to be reckoned with has been recognised for her environmental work by the council.
Environment Canterbury has installed solar panels on the roof of its Tuam Street office.
Environment Canterbury is promoting a Local Bill to Parliament which, if passed, would ensure continuing mana whenua representation on the Council.
Yesterday Greenpeace put out a public statement regarding the proposed representation on the Environment Canterbury Council for the 2019 elections.
The final proposal for the representation review was adopted at the Council meeting on 23 August.