Natural Environment Recovery Programme for Greater Christchurch

Led by Environment Canterbury with support from its strategic partners, the Natural Environment Recovery Programme identifies ways to rehabilitate and improve the natural environment through the rebuild.
The programme aims to make continuing and incremental improvements to the pre-earthquake state of the natural environment, with no further degradation.

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