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People with views on how publicly-owned trees in Christchurch should be managed are being encouraged to give feedback on Christchurch City Council’s Draft Tree Policy.
School students from throughout Christchurch are joining forces to help green the red-zone.
A draft policy that spells out how Christchurch City Council will manage the planting, protection, maintenance and removal of trees on public land will soon go out for public consultation.
Work has started to remove damaged pontoons that have been stored at Naval Point.
Christchurch City Council is supporting the introduction of stricter air quality standards and lower emissions for new log burners.
Workers have discovered tree stumps from an ancient forest in the Hoon Hay Valley.
Christchurch City Council is proposing a return to using more weed killers containing glyphosate.
Additional boulders have been placed near the Coastal Pathway at Shag Rock recently to help protect white-flippered penguins during their nesting season.
An annual riverside rubbish clearing effort is adapting to lockdown life and staying close to home this year.
Two mature poplar trees that border the Avon River near Margaret Mahy Playground are going to be removed due to signs of decay.
Christchurch City Council is encouraging residents, schools and businesses across the city to show they care about our planet by turning off their lights during Earth Hour.
Christchurch City Council is reminding people not to flush wet wipes down the toilet following a spate of wastewater blockages in Auckland.
Nearly $1.5 million will be spent shoring up the old Bexley Landfill to prevent further erosion.
Options for shoring up an old landfill site that is slowly being eroded will be considered by Christchurch City Councillors next week.
The site that was used to sort through the material from buildings that were damaged or demolished after the earthquakes is going to be turned into a recreation area.
Search for "Caring for the environment" on the Christchurch City Council website