Rōpu Tiaki planting day Parangarahu Lakes Snapper on rail Significant projects to improve the region’s resilience and respond to climate change are highlighted in Greater Wellington’s 2022/23 annual report.
Changes to Climate Emergency Action Plans have been endorsed today by Greater Wellington’s Climate Committee, including actions to investigate renewable energy sources and to build a carbon storage tracking system…
More than 100 people from across the Wellington-Wairarapa-Horowhenua region came together on Monday 24 July to discuss opportunities to impactfully reduce carbon emissions.
Greenhouse gas emissions in the Wellington region fell by 9% since 2019, a newly released report commissioned by eight of the regions’ councils including Greater Wellington shows.
As key decision makers begin to move on from COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, yet more evidence is coming to light of our changing climate, underscoring the urgency of a…
Diesel-to-electric bus conversion and Sky Stadium projects seek funding from Greater Wellington for low carbon initiativesAll Tags
Greater Wellington’s Climate Committee has recommended that the regional council fund two projects aimed at lowering the regional council’s carbon footprint.
Working with nature by allowing rivers natural movement is among the key points from Greater Wellington’s updated climate change flood protection policy put before Greater Wellington’s Climate Committee today.
Greater Wellington is urging the regional team of half a million people to actively respond to the Government’s just-released National Emissions Reduction Plan, which outlines a proposed framework to meet…
A new report that brings home the impact of climate change in Wairarapa in never-before seen detail has just been released by Greater Wellington.
Greater Wellington has welcomed a report from the Transport and Infrastructure Committee on congestion charging in Auckland, describing it as a necessary enabler for mode shift and zero emissions targets.