The service is a partnership between Environment Canterbury, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency, Christchurch City Council and Waimakariri District Council.
News & events
Applications are open for students aged 15-24 to come together to explore and understand issues pertaining to our most critical resource – water.
A presentation on the benefits of integrated constructed wetlands has the Waimakariri Water Zone Committee considering a pilot project restore local waterways.
Our air quality implementation officers Mark and Marie love showing people how to build a roaring fire that’s smoke-free, so we can all breathe cleaner air.
Styx Living Laboratory Trust was established in 2002 to work towards achieving Christchurch City Councils “Vision 2000-2040 The Styx”. Find out how it's going.
On Monday 26 July, 20 customers travelled into Lincoln on the updated Southbridge timetable.
Irrigation Insight Programme leads to better decision making for farmers on how and when to irrigate.
A new report has found that significant reductions in nutrient loads will be required to preserve water quality in the Ashburton/Ō Tū Wharekai lakes.
Minister for the Environment approves Change 1 to Chapter 6 of the CRPS to future proof urban development in Selwyn and Waimakariri.
A covenant is a great way to protect existing biodiversity and improve the health of ecosystems.
The Government is seeking feedback on its proposed Freshwater Farm Plan (FW-FP) module, part of the Government’s push towards integrated farm planning.
A remarkable one-eyed scent detection dog is training to sniff out African love grass and assist our pest surveillance programme.