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Every kererū counts – how our native bird holds the key to biodiversity

Posted on 5 October 2020

This year marks the 17th year that Greater Wellington Regional Council has monitored kererū in Kaitoke Regional Park to track their health, which is essential to our native bush regeneration and wider biodiversity.

Every kererū counts – how our native bird holds the key to biodiversity
Posted on 5 October 2020
This year marks the 17th year that Greater Wellington Regional Council has monitored kererū in Kaitoke Regional Park to track their health, which is essential to our native bush regeneration and wider biodiversity.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/every-kereru-counts-how-our-native-bird-holds-the-key-to-biodiversity/

Independent chair appointed to role at Greater Wellington

Posted on 24 September 2020

Greater Wellington Regional Council has appointed Martin Matthews as independent chair of Greater Wellington’s Finance, Risk and Assurance Committee (FRAC). This is a key role on the committee that looks over the regional council’s financial management, risk management, and assurance policies, frameworks and services such as auditing of financial statements and regulatory compliance.

Independent chair appointed to role at Greater Wellington
Posted on 24 September 2020
Greater Wellington Regional Council has appointed Martin Matthews as independent chair of Greater Wellington’s Finance, Risk and Assurance Committee (FRAC). This is a key role on the committee that looks over the regional council’s financial management, risk management, and assurance policies, frameworks and services such as auditing of financial statements and regulatory compliance.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/independent-chair-appointed-to-role-at-greater-wellington/

Reconnecting with nature is vital to our health and wellbeing

Posted on 23 September 2020

Mental Health Awareness Week is a timely reminder of the invaluable role te taiao plays in maintaining a balanced mental health and general wellbeing, advocates Greater Wellington Councillor Prue Lamason.

Reconnecting with nature is vital to our health and wellbeing
Posted on 23 September 2020
Mental Health Awareness Week is a timely reminder of the invaluable role te taiao plays in maintaining a balanced mental health and general wellbeing, advocates Greater Wellington Councillor Prue Lamason.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/reconnecting-with-nature-is-vital-to-our-health-and-wellbeing/

Greater Wellington on the pathway to lower carbon emissions

Posted on 22 September 2020

Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Climate Committee has supported two proposals to retire grazing and restore rare wetland and forest ecosystems in its Queen Elizabeth and Kaitoke regional parks, a decision that will accelerate the regional council’s move to become climate positive by 2035.

Greater Wellington on the pathway to lower carbon emissions
Posted on 22 September 2020
Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Climate Committee has supported two proposals to retire grazing and restore rare wetland and forest ecosystems in its Queen Elizabeth and Kaitoke regional parks, a decision that will accelerate the regional council’s move to become climate positive by 2035.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-on-the-pathway-to-lower-carbon-emissions/