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Auckland Council’s collection of Auckland related published research, information, analysis and data about our communities, the economy and the Auckland environment.
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Auckland's greenhouse gas inventory to 2018
This report updates emissions for 1990, 2009-2018, following the most recently available New Zealand’s greenhouse Gas Inventory 1990-2018. Auckland Council technical report, TR2020/026. | Auckland Council's State of the environment report 2020.
Coastal and estuarine water quality state and trends in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland 2010-2019
Auckland coastal and estuarine water quality is monitored monthly at 31 sites focusing on the three main harbours and two large estuaries. | Auckland Council State of the environment report 2020. TR2021/02
Diversity, abundance and distribution of birds in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland 2009-2019
Results from the two major land bird programmes in Auckland, each of which takes five years to survey a full rotation: forest (2009-2018) and wetlands (2011-2019). Auckland Council State of the environment report 2020, TR2021/08.
Lake water quality state and trends in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland 2010-2019
Overview of the current state of lake water quality and identifies trends in water quality over the most recent 10-year period (2010-2019). | Auckland Council State of the environment report 2020. TR2021/04.
Marine ecology state and trends in Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland to 2019
Presents results from benthic ecology monitoring of all sampled estuaries. Kaipara, Manukau, Waitematā and Mahurangi harbours and eight smaller east coast estuaries. Auckland Council State of the environment report 2020 TR2021/09.
Resource Management Act to be repealed
The Minister for the Environment, David Parker, has confirmed that the Resource Management Act 1991 will be be repealed and replaced by new laws: the Natural and Built Environments Act, the Strategic Planning Act and the Climate Change Adaptation Act
Te-Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Plan launched
Te-Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Plan is our region’s blueprint for halving our emissions by 2030, reaching net zero emissions by 2050 and preparing for the impacts of climate change. The digital plan was published online, 8 December 2020.