On-Going Commitment to Reducing and Rethinking Waste on the West Coast
The West Coast Enviroschools team have been approaching their waste minimisation work with enthusiasm and style for years. Since 2012 our facilitators have been conducting annual waste reviews with participating schools and centres. Find out more about the effectiveness of this approach here.
Enviro Rangers Take Action for Compost – Reefton Area School
A waste audit drew attention to a system that was still not working effectively so Reefton Area School students explored ways to make use of the organic matter the school was generating. Read more about the success of a student-led action project within our school community here.
Stormwater Awareness Campaign, Kaniere School - Water of Life Case Study
A desire to protect and conserve whitebait led to learning and action for Kaniere School students and collaborating and influencing others in the wider community. Find out more about their use of the Action Learning Cycle, the value of strong partnerships and the pride with which these students and teachers tell their story.
West Coast Enviroschools Roll Up Their Sleeves for a Litter-Free Aotearoa
West Coast Enviroschools’ are collectively taking a hands-on approach to a matter close to their hearts and homes - beach litter. Read about the benefits of a citizen science workshop series, the school and community long-term response and contribution to a national data base here.
Regional Enviroschools Map