Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River improvements→
Over 150,000 people live in communities along the 56km-long Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River. Fourteen climate resilience projects will be delivered along this river between October 2020 and June 2022. These projects aim to help protect lives and livelihoods by making river communities more resilient to the effects of climate change.
Ruamāhanga River erosion protection, Wairarapa→
Erosion protection works will take place along an 850 metre stretch of the Ruamāhanga River, starting from where the Waipoua River meets the Ruamāhanga and stretching downriver.
Broader outcomes initiatives→
Greater Wellington’s Climate Resilience Programme delivers clear environmental benefits. Over 65,000 plants will be planted along riverbanks and in parks by the end of the programme.