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The Department of Conservation have a job vacancy for an Outreach and Education Programme Developer. Applications close 5pm Wednesday 26 April 2017.
Join us for an introduction to the Marine Metre Squared (Mm2) project and find out how your students can participate in long term monitoring of your local shore and address environmental issues of concern.
Primary and secondary schools can now get free GIS software as a part of the GIS in Schools programme supported by Eagle Technology.
Individuals, groups and organisations play such an important role in protecting and managing our environment, so we want to recognise your outstanding contributions. Entries close 10 May 2017.
We invite students, families, and communities to join thousands of individuals from 120 countries who are already making water health a priority through the EarthEcho World Water Monitoring Challenge.
Join us at the Parua Bay Tavern from 5.30pm on Wednesday 5th of April for a special edition of the casual drinks focused on a better world.
Oromahoe School is holding an Environmental food and film festival on Friday 7 April to raise money for technology equipment and irrigation systems.
From 12th – 14th May 2017, Fairtrade New Zealand is encouraging Kiwis to go bananas in support of Fairtrade banana farmers and workers getting a fairer deal around the world.
The future of bees in New Zealand is under threat. Find out how you can help conserve the humble bumble bee.
Find out about March Paint New Zealand Beautiful month and Young Reporters for the Environment Litter Less Programme.
Minister for Youth, Nikki Kaye is pleased to announce the New Zealand Youth Awards 2017 are open for nominations.
Seaweek - Kaupapa Moana is in full swing! Read the latest news and find Seaweek events.
Register your school or community group to take part in cleaning up your local beach and grab a free clean-up kit. Find out how to be in to win!
Funding rounds for World Wide Fund's Habitat Protection and Environmentnal Education Action fund are now open.
TRCC in Partnership with the Royal Society of New Zealand brings to you Primary Science Education - Pūtaiao i roto i te kura tuatahi. Read the programme and find out how to register.
David Klein is a science storyteller and this summer he’s cycling the country with his award-winning one-man show about curiosity, learning and the universe.
Registrations are open for the 'Growing value through innovation and future focused education' 2017 conference.
Read some of the feedback Monarch Butterfly New Zealand Trust has received about the Flight of the Butterflies Movie. Watch the trailer while you're there.
Russell Nature Walks has captured extraordinary footage of a wild kiwi and his chick (called Kiri). Take a look at Kiri's journey.
Have you seen a Kererū in Northland? The Great Kererū Count is about to take flight across New Zealand. Find out how to get involved in the Great Kererū Count.
The New Zealand Plant Conservation Network is seeking nominations for its prestigious annual awards which acknowledge outstanding contributions to native plant conservation.
The Kids Voting initiative is aimed at 11-15 year old students (school years 7 to 10) to experience the election process first hand.
The Flock project will spread the message about the threats facing our migratory shorebirds and build support for their protection. Get involved in this project today!
Creative Woodcraft Limited has developed and launched an exciting initiative “BeeGAP” (Gardeners Adding Pollinators) programme.
Take a look at what we've achieved in Term 2 and the next Enviroschools events coming up.
Education for Sustainability External Assessment Resources are now available.
Find resources and support on road and rail safety created by the NZ Transport Agency.
Find out about the new education resource 'Blue Penguins and other Seabirds'.
Learning resource for young children through activities based on the characteristics of Atua. Find out more.