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News and Events

The next phase of The Outlook for Someday sustainability film project is here with the exciting initiative Someday Stories! 


For more news and resources as well as up and coming events, check out our news section.



Te Aho Tū Roa and Toimata Foundation are proud to share ‘Te Ara i Takahia’, an online resource showcasing the inspiring awa restoration project undertaken by Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Rawhiti Roa.


Action in Enviroschools

Water, waste, landsacpes, energy and buildings...Enviroschools around NZ are taking action in a number of exciting ways >read more here

Imagine a world...

…communities thriving by revitalising the ecosystems they are part of - producing healthy water, clean energy, rich biodiversity, nurturing buildings and healthy food.

… schools and community are one, with young people gaining skills, knowledge and experiences to design and create their schools, neighbourhoods and country.

1044 schools, kura and early childhood centres have already begun!