21.06.19

It’s all connected

GulfX is all about connecting the dots between what we do on land and the state of our waterways and the Gulf.

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4.06.19

Imagine reducing your carbon at a click.

Imagine if your customers could simply tick a box to add a contribution to offset the carbon footprint of their activity… And then receive an email or app notification showing the native forest conservation project they had contributed to. Wendy Chen from CarbonClick explains.Read More

24.05.19

Digging the dirt on sediment

GulfX is all about tackling pollution in the Hauraki Gulf from heavy metals, plastic and sediment. It’s easy to understand how the first two of these – heavy metals and plastics – can have a detrimental effect on the Gulf. We know those nasties shouldn’t be there! But what about sediment? How can a natural substance like soil be such a problem for our waterways?

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24.05.19

Can Tree Gazing make you look ten years younger?

As a part of the GulfX Mission, we’ve been exploring some of the health and wellbeing benefits of spending time in nature. Last time, we looked at the age-old practice of grounding. We’ve got you covered in this edition with another nature-connecting tool to add to your kit. Tree gazing. 

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24.05.19

Planting days around the Gulf with Million Metres

Million Metres works with community groups and landowners to support and accelerate action for waterway restoration. We are currently fundraising for 3 projects that are part of GulfX. Restoring these local waterways  in turn helps protect and restore the waters of the Hauraki Gulf. We’d love your support!

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21.05.19

Planting season is here and you’re invited!

This winter Million Metres has lots of opportunities for you to get involved in planting and do some good for Aotearoa’s waterways. Planting is also an opportunity to lend a hand to volunteer groups in our communities who work year round to care for our environment. And a morning out in the bush is such a great way to unwind and reconnect with nature.

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