The winners in the inaugural Love Your Place Awards were announced last night at a ceremony held in the French Bay Yacht Club in Titirangi. Funded by the Waitākere Ranges […]
This is your FINAL CHANCE to nominate your environmental heroes! Do you know someone who deserves a bit of public recognition and community celebration for their contribution to the environment […]
It is a rewarding experience to share knowledge about trees and the ecosystem that surrounds us, and provide people an opportunity to reconnect with our amazing natural world.
The Living Tree Company is looking at furthering their contribution to educational work regarding trees and our environment, especially with children as a positive way to learn about nature.
You’ve never heard of ‘Maienza’? In a nutshell, it’s a food-based, probiotic, multipurpose solution you can easily make yourself.
Attracting crowds of over 2000, EcoDay 2016 proved to be yet another popular day for our West Auckland community.
We’re counting down to one of our favourite months of the year – EcoWest Festival month. From Saturday 12 March to Sunday 10 April, community groups, businesses and residents will host […]
After looking at the data on their water bill, Shelley Scarlett says she was shocked to see her family’s usage was higher than an average three-person household in Auckland. She […]
Un-flued portable LPG gas heaters (see above) to put it plainly are bad news. They release poisonous gases, increase the moisture content of a home (can be up to 1 litre per hour of use), pose a fire hazard, and despite gas being perceived as a cheaper option are actually one…
For those of us who have been working in the environmental field for some time, it can be easy to become pessimistic about our chances of making lasting positive change. […]
Daylighting our streams – a key part of the EcoMatters environment agenda has been supporting community involvement in the Council funded La Rosa Stream Daylighting project and worth a story to appreciate the importance and the value of their efforts.