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Waikato Enviroschools newsletters and resources

We no longer produce a schools newsletter, our resources are now put into producing resources for our Enviroschools. Our new Waikato Enviroschools Blog site will be live shortly so watch this space.

There are now over 140 schools involved in the Enviroschools programme with support from Waikato Regional Council, Hamilton City Council, Waikato District Council, Waipa District Council, South Waikato District Council, Matamata-Piako District Council, Hauraki District Council, Taupo District Council, Waitomo District Council, Otorohanga District Council, Thames – Coromandel District Council and the University of Waikato.

Ruairi Kelly
Regional Enviroschools Coordinator

On this page: The Greenpeace climate challenge , Enviroschools Energy Teacher Resource, Newsletter no. 24 September 2012, Earlier newsletters

The Greenpeace climate challenge

Greenpeace invites you and your class to take the Greenpeace climate challenge. You can help your students discover easy ways to make a big difference to climate change at home, at school or while traveling. Use our free Climate Changers CD for the Level 5 Curriculum.

Find out how your class can take part in the challenge by contacting Nola on 0800 22 33 44 or via email nola.macaulay@nz.greenpeace.org

Enviroschools Energy Teacher Resource

You can download and print out our Enviroschools Energy Teacher Resource below.

Enviroschools Energy Teacher Resource
(2030 kb, 290 seconds to download, 56k modem)  

Newsletter 2017

Enviroschools newsletter November 2017 [PDF, 2.6 MB]

Newsletter no. 24  September 2012

You can view this newsletter below.

Enviroschools newsletter no. 24 September 2012

Earlier newsletters

You can view earlier newsletters in below.

Enviroschools newsletter no. 23 November 2011

Enviroschools newsletter no. 22 - December 2010
(1119 kb, 159 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools newsletter no. 21 February 2010
(1040 kb, 148 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools newsletter no. 20 - August 2009
(1956 kb, 279 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools newsletter no. 19 - May 2009
(533 kb, 76 seconds to download, 56k modem) 

Enviroschools newsletter no. 18 - March 2009
(489 kb, 69 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools newsletter no. 17 - October 2008
(732 kb, 104 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools newsletter no. 16 - July 2008
(1125 kb, 160 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 15 - May 2008
(381 kb, 54 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 14 - February 2008
(704 kb, 100 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 13- October 2007
(297 kb, 42 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 12- July 2007
(761 kb, 108 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 11 - May 2007
(331 kb, 47 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 10 - February 2007
(605 kb, 86 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 9 - October 2006
(286 kb, 40 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 8 - August 2006
(919 kb, 131 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 7 - May 2006
(555 kb, 79 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 6 - February 2006
(675 kb, 96 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 5 - October 2005
(356 kb, 50 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 4 - August 2005
(301 kb, 43 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 3 - May 2005
(681 kb, 97 seconds to download, 56k modem)

Enviroschools Newsletter no. 2 - February 2005
(482 kb, 68 seconds to download, 56k modem)

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