“Toward a Pest Free Te Atatu Peninsula”
Harbourview Orangihina Wetland Restoration - Predator Control (Te Atatu Peninsula) – Trapping the 2nd Saturday of every month.
Next event Saturday 14th December 9am to 11
Then 11th January
Meet at: Harbourview Orangihina Park, Gloria Ave, off Te Atatu Rd. Look for the Forest and Bird Signage.
Media release: EDS proposes transformational Resource Management Reform
The Minister for the Environment, Hon David Parker, has this evening launched EDS’s final report on its Resource Management Law Reform Project at a function in Wellington. The project took a first-principles look at how New Zealand’s resource management system could be improved.
The earlier phase of the project outlined three potential models for a future system. The phase 2 report now presents a proposed model for change, and steps to get there. More >>
Brought to by Extinction Rebellion Tamaki Makaurau Auckland and Extinction Rebellion Aotearoa New Zealand
Wednesday, December 18, 2019 at 7:30 PM – 9 PM, all welcome
Ranui Community Centre, 474 Swanson Rd, Ranui
We want a future where all life thrives. Yet business as usual is driving us towards what scientists call the sixth mass extinction. We have a choice: extinction or rebellion. Join our public talk to find out why we choose rebellion and why we need you to help us stop the alternative. >>
Ecomatters are excited to announce the dates for EcoWest Festival, happening from Saturday 21 March to Sunday 19 April 2020.
We're now known as EcoFest West to align more closely with EcoFest North, which will be taking place on the North Shore across the same dates. We are also proud to introduce our new look logo, which draws on the heritage of our EcoMatters heart for a bright and festive feel. More >>
26-27 February 2020, Te Wharewaka Tapere, Wellington, Super-Saver price $2399 + gst, ends 9/12
his year, the country’s leading freshwater experts give their responses to the latest National Policy Statement for Freshwater. Presenters will share ideas about achieving the 25 year goal for improved freshwater quality, protection and allocation. Those delivering expert presentations include the nation’s leading freshwater resource lawyers, scientists, academics, activists, environmental researchers, hydrologists, M?ori stakeholders and community catchment organisers. More >>