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The redevelopment of Bromley’s Organics Processing Plant has been put on hold after the Christchurch City Council today voted to investigate building a new facility at another location.
Some of the country’s top sustainability champions will meet virtually this week to co-create pathways to support social, economic and environmental wellbeing in Aotearoa.
A Carbon Coach to help people reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and an app that helps organisations to share their resources are among those to benefit from the latest round of Sustainability Fund grants.
Community concern over the health of the Ōpāwaho Lower Heathcote River is driving the development of a new guidance plan.
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel has acknowledged the release today of four reports on the Government’s Three Waters Reform Programme.
The Smart Christchurch programme will share innovative local initiatives with a “massive” online audience from next month.
A proposed national plan to protect native plants, birds and animals has won Christchurch City Council approval, aligning with the wide-ranging and highly effective biodiversity protection policies already in place under the Council’s District Plan.
Christchurch City Council is raising concerns about a proposed “one-size-fits-all’’ approach towards urban development in New Zealand
An international summit focusing on the future of transport and how we move around is being held in Christchurch next week.
A $3.4 million Queen Elizabeth II Park refresh is poised to start if a Hearings Panel’s recommendations on the Park Draft Master Plan are adopted by the Christchurch City Council.
A draft regeneration plan for the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor has been sent to the Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration, the Hon Dr Megan Woods, for consideration.