Coastal marine research ramps up in Bay
25 March - From Rena to algal biofuels to marine biodiscovery – next week’s Café Scientifique in Tauranga will discuss the University of Waikato’s current research in and around the Bay of Plenty and the planning underway for collaboration on international projects in the near future.
Create your Pollution Prevention Plan
Reduce your risk by creating your plan - new resources to help you!
An Early Christmas Present
How one company's waste can be treasure to another
New Community Garden- Mt Maunganui!!
Currently under construction is a new community garden in May Street Mt Maunganui
(behind Phoenix carpark).
Powersmart wins again!
NZ Innovators Award for the Tokelau Renewable Energy Project
BOP Winners at BOP Sustainable Business Awards
Bay of Plenty Sustainable Business Network Awards recognise region’s top performers
Innovative thinking brings bright ideas to life
Bay of Plenty Regional Council staff have come up with a number of bright ideas as they go about their day-to-day work
Glass Recycling Project Launch - good for your business
New improved glass recycling centre means recycling of flat pane glass as well as better facilities for coloured and clear bottles.
Local Designers in National Design Awards
Woods Creative, once again feature in the Design Institute's annual awards.
Animal rescue and Rehabilitation Trust
Rescuing injured and orphaned wildlife in the Bay
BOP Regional Council - Council Catchup Newsletter
Latest Bay of Plenty Regional Council's Council Catchup newsletter
For further information on any of the articles contact Bay of Plenty Regional Council 0800 884 880 or visit www.boprc.govt.nz
New National SBN Board Announced for 2012/2013
SBN's AGM took place on 9 May and we're delighted to announce the new 2012/2013 Board!
Give Your Business a Head Start
If you're serious about improving and benchmarking your business' sustainable performance, then its time to take the Get Sustainable Challenge.
Sharp Tudhope building is vote of confidence
Tauranga's CBD is enjoying a boost from new-build activity that will help pump life back into the region's heart.