When people hear the term 'healthy city', most imagine inclusive communities with green, lush environments and happy, healthy individuals. Indeed, these are all important parts of what makes a healthy city, but it is much more complicated than that. Healthy...
Making your school grounds a safe and inviting place for students to learn, play and socialise can and enhance students’ educational experience and social development.
It is a simple, effective way to demonstrate you care about your students and encourage them...
Around 1 in 5 New Zealanders own a bike and, according to the Cycling Action Network, more and more of us are using peddle power to get to school and work. They estimate more than 45,000 people ride to work...
Five of the 50 anti-pollution actions listed in a recent UN Environment report touch on solid waste. One of them emphasises that carefully crafted regulation and policies at the national level are pivotal to moving economies to be more sustainable.
It’s World Water Day today March 22.
This year, the United Nations has chosen the theme Water for all to highlight just how important it is for people the world over to have access to clean, fresh water.
In New Zealand, we’re...