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.
With a clear election result a couple of weeks away, we don’t yet know what the next government will be doing for environment. So it seems a good time to talk about ways you can do your bit to care for your environment right now – regardless of who ends up in power.
For the last few months it has only been landlords that have been able to access subsidies on insulation for homes. But after slow take-up by landlords, the Government has opened it up to everyone with a Community Services Card.
Here at Sustainability Trust we do our best to walk the talk and limit our carbon footprint. That's why we're now offsetting the emissions we're responsible for in carrying out our work.
The Trust won the Airbnb Community Impact Award for its work supporting families to create healthier, more energy efficient homes, helping schools and businesses to reduce their carbon footprints and empowering communities to live more sustainably.
Sustainability Trust's David Pierce, a certified Home Performance Advisor, works with low-income families who are experiencing housing-related health issues. Here he talks about what it’s like walking alongside those families as they make changes.
Sustainability Trust has partnered with ePower New Zealand and Charge Net to install a charging station for electric cars – and the odd electric bike – to say thanks to Wellingtonians who have invested in the technology.
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