Monday, 27 March 2017
Printing Industry's Push for Sustainability & the Misconceptions of Printing
When it comes to print advertising, the question of environmental impact is inevitably raised.
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
Environmental Remediation and Waste Management for Land Development AUCKLAND
— Contaminated land can be exceedingly difficult to develop into a safe, productive site.
By Cato Bolam Consultants
Wednesday, 8 March 2017
Advanced Asbestos Removal The Specialists in Asbestos Removal
Asbestos is a major health threat to thousands of New Zealanders and millions of people throughout the world. In 2010, an estimated 170 people died of asbestos-related diseases, making it the single biggest cause of work-related disease deaths.
By Beckie Wright
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
How Healthpak, Kiwi Artist Flox and the Extinct Huia Bird Have Joined Forces to Promote Forest & Bird
When HealthPak wanted a new design for their Forest & Bird range, the company knew they couldn’t find a more striking or poignant symbol than the huia.
Thursday, 19 January 2017
EcoChill Ask 'Significant Impact or a Load of Hot Air'? Act II
Following on from last month’s article on the HFC Phase Down, EcoChill’s Mathew Darby continues:
“The phase out of Chlorofluorocarbon’s (CFC’s) showed just how successful change under the Montreal Protocol can be.
By Beckie Wright
Monday, 14 November 2016
A passion for people and the ocean: Marine Science student bound for Timor-Leste BAY OF PLENTY
— As a young child, David Zencominierski always had a love of the ocean.
By Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Earthworks Whangarei – When Building, Take Note Of The Soil Quality WHANGAREI
— If there’s one thing about pure soil, it’s this: it’s not one of the sturdiest surfaces around.
By Cates Brothers Limited
Tuesday, 18 August 2015
New Zealand Underwater Association organises first ever countrywide Trash2Cash campaign
Local scuba divers, dive groups and dive operators will Dive Against Debris across New Zealand during the month of September.
By New Zealand Underwater Association
Friday, 24 July 2015
Oamaru breakwater repairs needed to continue harbour protection OAMARU
— Preventative maintenance work on the Oamaru harbour breakwater is being proposed to be brought forward due to its age and continuous impact from heavy seas and exposure to the coastal marine environment.
By Waitaki District Council
Friday, 10 April 2015
What's happening to our kiwi? An update from the field...
A recent brown kiwi survey by local environmental management students has revealed that the kiwi population on Mount Taranaki is fragmented and in need of continued protection.
By Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
Monday, 23 March 2015
Family-Owned for over 40 Years, EcoPro Cleaning Remains the Only Cleaning Service Licensed by Environmental Choice NZ AUCKLAND
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
New Trust to benefit Mauao penguins BAY OF PLENTY
— All Bay of Plenty locals know and love the special areas around Mount Maunganui – Mauao, Moturiki (Leisure) Island and Motuotau (Rabbit) Island – but what they may not know is how diverse and amazing the wildlife that live in these places are.
By Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
Gull and Birkenhead Transport A Winning Partnership AUCKLAND
— Gull and Birkenhead Transport – A winning partnership
The oldest family owned public transport service on Auckland’s North Shore is partnering up with Gull New Zealand.
By PassionPR on behalf of Suunto
Wednesday, 26 March 2014
L'Oreal commits to end role in deforestation
L’Oreal, the world’s largest beauty and cosmetics company, has committed to remove forest destruction from its products by 2020.
By Greenpeace New Zealand
Tuesday, 25 March 2014
Kauri pay price for lack of Govt funding
By Green Party
Sunday, 6 October 2013
Birds on a Plane .....Mohua Transfer Successful This Weekend
After several postponements because of weather, the catch, capture and transfer of the endangered native bird, the möhua, has successfully taken place.
By Ali Jones PR and Communications
Saturday, 17 August 2013
Help save the earth and she will help you.
I dont know if you will be interested in my efforts to get folk to return to nature.
By arthur lynch
Wednesday, 5 June 2013
World Environment Day to be marked with Green Ribbon Awards
Environment Minister Amy Adams says tonight’s Green Ribbon Awards, recognising the positive difference that communities are making to the environment, are a great way to mark World Environment Day.
By Amy Adams
Wednesday, 20 March 2013
Tree work at Glendhu Bay Camping Ground QUEENSTOWN
— A number of unsafe Douglas Fir trees will be removed and replaced at Glendhu Bay Campground after Easter.
By Queenstown Lakes District Council
Friday, 8 February 2013
Joint initiative for Te Roto o Wairewa / Lake Forsyth CHRISTCHURCH
— In a first between the Christchurch City Council and Ngāi Tahu, a joint consent application will be lodged to continue the opening of Te Roto o Wairewa / Lake Forsyth to restore the lake’s water quality and fishery and to avoid flooding.
By Christchurch City Council
Thursday, 7 February 2013
Moth Plant Surveillance Operation MARLBOROUGH
— Moth plant has been declared a total control pest plant in the Marlborough region.
By Marlborough District Council
Tuesday, 5 February 2013
Environmental stress examined
Three Massey University staff will present their research on how humans (and godwits) cope with extreme environmental conditions over the next two weeks.
By Massey University