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Today 10:00am - Spot NZUs opened today at $17.55 bid and $17.65 offered, after last fixing at $17.65.
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Carbon News National

Paul Sammon

ZERO EMISSIONS: Study will show us how to do it

Today 10:00am - An international economist is in New Zealand preparing a report on how the country can cut all greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Takanini joins e-charger network

Today 10:00am - Auckland’s southern-most public electric vehicle charger has opened in Takanini.

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Trump pick to head EPA is climate sceptic

Today 10:00am - Donald Trump has reportedly nominated an attorney-general who has sued and reviled the Environmental Protection Agency to be the body’s new chief.

South Australia says states could go it alone

Today 10:00am - States could go it alone on a carbon scheme for the electricity sector after the federal government ruled one out, South Australia’s premier says.

Chief scientist criticises climate policy chaos

Today 10:00am - Australia's chief scientist Alan Finkel says investment in the electricity sector has stalled because of “policy instability and uncertainty”. And he has warned that current federal climate policy...

Indonesia bans destruction of peatlands

Today 10:00am - In potentially one of the biggest climate commitments since the 2015 Paris deal was agreed, Indonesia has banned development on its remaining 15 million hectares of peatlands.

London to double funding to tackle air pollution

Today 10:00am - Campaigners, health charities and neighbourhood groups have welcomed plans by London mayor Sadiq Khan to more than double funding to clean up the capital’s dirty air.

Jellyfisheries are booming, but perhaps they're not a good idea

Today 10:00am - Georgia fisherman Wynn Gale lifts a massive net over his boat, where it bobs and bounces when it hits the deck. That’s because it’s not filled with the rigid bodies of shrimp or fish, but thousands...

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Sort out bioenergy, industry tells Government

Thursday - The ditching of plans for a large geothermally driven wood-processing plant in...

Healthy soils could start at the dairy shed

Thursday - Bio-waste from places like dairy sheds can be used to transform degraded soils...

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GLASS GIANTS: How cities are forcing skyscrapers to evolve

Thursday - Slick, glassy skyscrapers cast their shadows over the streets and spaces of...

Anxious investors plead for clear climate policy

Emma Herd

Tuesday - Australian investors want clear climate policy that delivers certainty – and...

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Youth hostels reach sustainable milestone

24 Nov 16 - YHA New Zealand is the first accommodation network in the world be certified by...

Sharp's green efforts pay dividend

24 Nov 16 - Sharp Corporation’s efforts to responsibly manage the environmental effects of...

Business network wins sustainability award

10 Oct 16 - The Sustainable Business Network has won the Sustainability Support category in...

Children's sunscreen fails tests

22 Sep 16 - Makers of a children’s sunscreen marketed as “organic” have been warned by the...

Child labour not for us, says Karen Walker

Karen Walker

12 Aug 16 - Kiwi clothing designer Karen Walker has certified that none of its garments are...

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