Wellington Curtain Bank is coming to Pomare Taita, making it easier for the community to get free, lined curtains ahead of winter. The Curtain Bank, supported by Sustainability Trust, provides free curtains for people with Community Services Cards who need a hand warming up their homes.
Wellington schools can now get help to empower kids to recycle and reduce the waste schools send to landfills. Your Sustainable School, launched today by Associate Environment Minister Eugenie Sage, is a programme to reduce the waste produced in primary and intermediate schools and improve school recycling.
The Budget 2018 announced more funding to help people create warm, dry, healthy homes, with $142 million to help pay for insulation and heating. Sustainability Trust Chief Executive Phil Squire explains more, including how to check if you're eligible to get this funding.
It's official - 50% insulation subsidies for landlords will run out June 30, 2018 and next year's Warmer Kiwi Homes will not include rental subsidies. Sustainability Trust Chief Executive Philip Squire urges landlords to act now, to avoid missing up to $2,500 towards insulation per property.
We’re supporting the #stand4fairness World Fairtrade Challenge May 11-13. Find out why, how, and tips for using your purchasing power to change the world - starting in Wellington!
Children and schools will no longer be trapped by current, inadequate waste systems. Our new programme Your Sustainable Schools contains everything your school needs to implement a waste minimisation culture - from resources to curriculum linked learning opportunities and more. Apply by May 21!
A series of gardening workshops co-hosted with Compassion Soup Kitchen will bring skills, connection, and some greens to a new central city community garden.
What does the new Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill mean, for landlords and for tenants? How can landlords meet the right rental standards - now? Find out from us.
Whether your team won or not, we’ve got a new government that’s going to make some changes. Our chief executive Philip Squire reflects on what that might mean for our work in environment, healthy housing and social equity.
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