People now have until 6 December to give feedback on coastal hazards planning after the timeframe for consultation was extended.
Consultation has opened on the greenhouse gas emissions target that Christchurch should adopt as part of its climate change strategy.
How should the Christchurch City Council work with communities to adapt to coastal hazards?
Children have been involved in making plans to walk, scooter or bike safely to the newly opened Redcliffs School.
Senior students from Ōhinetahi Governors Bay School are doing their bit to adapt to and reduce the impact of climate change.
A project to help low and fixed income households reduce their energy bills will benefit from a $49,763 Sustainability Fund grant.
Christchurch will have net zero greenhouse emissions - excluding methane - by 2045 if the city meets the target set by Christchurch City Council.
The question of what hampers effective climate action will be explored in the next instalment of the Christchurch Conversations series.
A new series of Christchurch Conversations will begin on 25 July, exploring the different social, design, and political aspects needed to create a regenerative city.