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Flocking incredible: Predator Free work breathes new - and old - life into Miramar Peninsula

Posted on 1 April 2021

Predator Free Wellington (PFW)’s mahi in Miramar has seen the peninsula transformed into a safe haven for our native wildlife, with a steady resurgence of tui, kererū, kākā, kākāriki, geckos, and more unexpected visitors besides.

Flocking incredible: Predator Free work breathes new - and old - life into Miramar Peninsula
Posted on 1 April 2021
Predator Free Wellington (PFW)’s mahi in Miramar has seen the peninsula transformed into a safe haven for our native wildlife, with a steady resurgence of tui, kererū, kākā, kākāriki, geckos, and more unexpected visitors besides.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/flocking-incredible-predator-free-work-breathes-new-and-old-life-into-miramar-peninsula/

Reduce transport emissions quicker, Greater Wellington says to Climate Change Commission

Posted on 1 April 2021

While Greater Wellington has come out in strong support of the urgency of the Climate Change Commission’s approach to reducing gross emissions, it says the Commission is nowhere near where it needs to be to get the reduction in transport emissions we urgently require. 

Reduce transport emissions quicker, Greater Wellington says to Climate Change Commission
Posted on 1 April 2021
While Greater Wellington has come out in strong support of the urgency of the Climate Change Commission’s approach to reducing gross emissions, it says the Commission is nowhere near where it needs to be to get the reduction in transport emissions we urgently require. 
http://www.gw.govt.nz/reduce-transport-emissions-quicker-greater-wellington-says-to-climate-change-commission/

Greater Wellington consulting on its plans for the next decade

Posted on 1 April 2021

Greater Wellington Regional Council has just released its 2021-2031 Long Term Plan for public consultation from 2 April, and it’s looking for strong and active feedback from the public.

Greater Wellington consulting on its plans for the next decade
Posted on 1 April 2021
Greater Wellington Regional Council has just released its 2021-2031 Long Term Plan for public consultation from 2 April, and it’s looking for strong and active feedback from the public.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-consulting-on-its-plans-for-the-next-decade/

Wairarapa farmer nurtures marginal farmland into a wetland

Posted on 31 March 2021

Greater Wellington is backing a Carterton farmer’s vision to regenerate marginal farmland into a flourishing wetland through environmental programmes that support native biodiversity and healthy waterways.

Wairarapa farmer nurtures marginal farmland into a wetland
Posted on 31 March 2021
Greater Wellington is backing a Carterton farmer’s vision to regenerate marginal farmland into a flourishing wetland through environmental programmes that support native biodiversity and healthy waterways.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/wairarapa-farmer-nurtures-marginal-farmland-into-a-wetland/