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Food rescue programmes not only divert huge amounts from the waste stream it also helps feed those who really need it. There are a growing number of food rescue programmes throughout the country which are a huge benefit to the community.

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EcoMatter's Bike hub has been established to enhance and support the community of West Auckland to experience the thrill and fun of cycling! It’s also great for your health, and is one of the most environmentally-friendly forms of transport.

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Raglan’s west coast waters are home to Popoto or Maui’s Dolphins, the smallest and rarest dolphin in the world. Maui’s Dolphin Day highlights the importance of our marine environment, our whanau and our community’s creativity and spirit.

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Wilderkids is a school holiday programme based in Wellington’s Town Belt which gets kids exploring the nature on our city’s fringes. Children aged five to 12 will have a fun-filled, outdoors day with the Sustainability Trust education team – learning hands-on about the birds, bees, trees, creepy crawlies and everything else that lives and breathes in our forests.

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The Kaipatiki Project Environment Centre in Auckland are partnering with the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board to support private landowners to care for our waterways and restore stream habitats which are important green corridors for our native fish, birds and other wildlife.

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The South Coast Environment Centre's Open Orchard project aims to get a diverse range of old varieties of healthy heritage fruit trees back into Southland communities. They aim to preserve varieties, skills and provide access to healthy locally grown food. To date more than 7,000 fruit trees have been planted in Southland, with over 80 varieties identified.

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Curtain banks collect unwanted curtains and then donate them to families on limited incomes and living in cold draughty homes. That means warmer homes and happier kids.

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Electronic waste (E-Waste) is defined as obsolete, broken or end-of-life electrical devices. Examples include anything with a power cord or data capabilities - computers, fans, phones, printers, TV's etc. E-Waste is one of the fastest growing categories of hazardous waste in the world because there's such rapid technology change, low initial cost, and planned obsolesence.

Kia ora!

Environment Hubs Aotearoa is here to bring the best environmental solutions to your front door. We are the national umbrella for local organisations that help Kiwis take practical action in their homes, neighbourhoods, workplaces and wild places. Our members are a network of Environment Centres and other entities that act as a local hub for information, events, networks and projects that make a difference to our world. By collaborating nationally we deliver better local solutions for global challenges.