Environment News

April 2017 |  Flooding During Cyclone Debbie

Images during Cyclone Debbie; Ford Rd Te Paika Maketu Estuary Kaituna Road and drone video during Cyclone Debbie.
  

April 2017 |  Bell Road Flooding April 2017

Images Taken by Nicky Hurst
  

|  Decision of the Environment Court

https://www.boprc.govt.nz/our-region-and-environment/coast/kaituna-maketu-and-pongakawa-waitahanui-catchments/kaituna-river-re-diversion-and-ongatoromaketu-estuary-enhancement-project/

Resource consent and land designation decision documents for Maketu estuary.
  

|  Kaituna River diversion one step closer

An Environment Court hearing held this month has brought Bay of Plenty Regional Council one step closer to delivering on community aspirations for a healthier Maketu Estuary.
  

|  Papahikahawai Lagoon restoration

https://www.boprc.govt.nz/our-region-and-environment/coast/kaituna-maketu-and-pongakawa-waitahanui-catchments/kaituna-river-re-diversion-and-ongatoromaketu-estuary-enhancement-project/

This video shows a before and after comparison of the Papahikahawai lagoon, following the removal of the two causeways that were preventing tidal flushing onf the estuary.
  

May 2, 2012 |  New Plan to protect region's coast

Bay of Plenty Regional Council

Bay of Plenty Regional Council is developing a new Regional Coastal Environment Plan which sets rules, policies and objectives to protect the region's coastal marine area.
  

 
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