Despite the challenges and hurdles, 2021 was a year of progress.
News & events
Canterbury's regional parks are a great place to go to relax and engage in recreational pursuits.
A careless act can have serious consequences for our special birdlife.
It's important for the rural community to understand what the Essential Freshwater package will mean for them. We are here to help.
The Ashburton Lakes/Ō Tū Wharekai are in danger of flipping due to an increase in nutrients in the water.
Engaging communities - new fund launched to support community organisations and their environmental projects.
A pest free Banks Peninsula may be one step closer, thanks to a new approach to pest management.
A covenant is a great way to protect existing biodiversity and improve the health of ecosystems.
Whether having a say or getting hands on, all Cantabrians can play a part in helping the region to thrive.
The recent Canterbury floods raise questions around the impact of climate change and the need to plan ahead.
A nature-based education gives students practical knowledge and an holistic understanding of ecology, which ultimately benefits society.
Flooding is a common natural hazard in New Zealand, but the recent weather event was an extreme test of the the flood protection network.