TTF logo small (internet) (2)The Tindall Foundation is a philanthropic family trust donating towards community organisations and initiatives throughout New Zealand including the Sustainability Initiative of the Anglican Diocese of Auckland 2013 – 2015.

small grey square150x40Ākina Foundation has a vision is for a sustainable, prosperous and inclusive world through supporting New Zealand’s emerging social enterprise sector.

small grey square150x40Auckland Council; link here to their Sustainable Homes page including information on funding.

eco-design-advisor logoAuckland Council Eco Design Advisor Service is a free, independent advisory service to homeowners focused on sustainability.
The Auckland Council EDAS is working in collaboration with the Sustainability Initiative of the Diocese 2013 – 2015 on the assessment of Diocese homes.

 

small grey square150x40Sustainable Business Network provide advice and support to help business succeed through becoming more sustainable.

small grey square150x80Kaipatiki Project is a community based environmental project working towards a totally sustainable Auckland. The project involves bush restoration, water testing, pest control and education on sustainability, including waste minimisation and composting.

small grey square150x40EcoMatters Environment Trust provides a wide range of practical sustainability initiatives including educational workshops and an EcoShop.

small grey square150x40Archifact are an Auckland based architecture practice specialising in conservation of places of cultural and heritage value including of a number of Anglican Diocese of Auckland historic churches.

small grey square150x40New Zealand Association for Environmental Education is a national, non-profit organisation that promotes and supports lifelong learning and encourages behaviours that lead to sustainability for New Zealand/Aotearoa.

small grey square150x80University of Canterbury Sustainability Office is an on-campus hub for individuals and groups interested in how they can create positive change and promote sustainable practices within the University of Canterbury and wider community.

small grey square150x80Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (New Zealand Government).  ENERGYWISE™ is EECA’s consumer programme that provides information and funding for householders so they can make the most of energy efficiency, energy conservation and renewable energy. Information on a wide range of topics. Link to EECA’s page on Lighting. Link to EECA’s page on vehicle economy.

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