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Students planting for the future

About 50 high school and intermediate students, who are members of Christchurch School Strike 4 Climate, will take part in a voluntary planting effort(external link) at Pūharakekenui/Styx River Loop Conservation Park on Sunday 18 August.

Red Bus is transported the students to and from the site to reduce their carbon footprint.

https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/christchurch-students-team-up-walk-talk-climate-change

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Economics vs environment: the battle for the electric bus

Stuff article - Councils in the main centres are celebrating the handful of electric buses on city streets as they push for an emission-free fleet in the next decade. These trials are grabbing headlines, but tension exists between economics and the environment.

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Red Bus celebrates city’s first electric bus service

Bus travel from central Christchurch to the Airport on route 29 will be 100% exhaust emissions free from July 1 with Red Bus introducing the city’s first electric buses to its fleet.

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Canterbury's first electric buses are here

That means positive change for the people of Christchurch.

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Cut & fold colouring competition

Colouring competition

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