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Cheap fuel little help with emissions, says expert

9 Feb 15 - Cheap fuel prices will do little to help New Zealandís greenhouse gas emissions profile, says transport and energy expert Professor Ralph Simms.

Kiwi keeps an eye on Qatar project environment

Dr Peter Longdill ... huge project.

27 Jan 15 - A New Zealander is in the Middle East working to reduce the environmental impacts of a major sea port project.

Minister's transport plan just tokenism, says expert

Simon Bridges ... no climate link.

22 Dec 14 - The Government is being accused of tokenism in its attempts to cut greenhouse gas emissions from transport.

Lines company loves its electric cars

8 Dec 14 - Auckland lines company Vector says its electric vehicles are proving to be immensely popular with staff.

Scientists find new fuel job for sawdust

1 Dec 14 - Researchers at KU Leuvenís Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, in Belgium, have converted sawdust into building blocks for gasoline.

Actually, a high oil price might be a good thing for the world

3 Nov 14 - Oil prices have fallen dramatically since August Ė and, rather counter-intuitively, this could be a bad thing.

Good tyres tread lightly on the Earth

28 Oct 14 - New Zealand could cut greenhouse gas emissions by 6000 tonnes a year by installing fuel-efficient tyres on the nationís fleet of light vehicles.


Universities act to hit fossil fuel firms where it hurts

28 Oct 14 - Glasgow recently became the first European university to join the rapidly expanding fossil-free divestment movement. Following hot on the heels of the Australian National University, Glasgow promised...

Problem seaweed could provide biofuel solution

20 Oct 14 - It has often been used as a farmland fertiliser, and in some communities it is eaten as a vegetable, but now researchers believe that seaweed could power our cars and heat our homes.

How to save the planet ... bike, walk or take a bus

29 Sep 14 - Hereís a way to save $100 trillion and stop 1700 million tonnes of carbon dioxide from getting into the atmosphere every year by 2050: cycle, walk or take public transport.

Clear skies for aviation industry, says Boeing report

29 Sep 14 - The business outlook for civil aviation is bright thanks mainly to rising Asian demand for aircraft. But airlines are expected to have a harder time, with tougher competition in Europe leading to a...

Fossil-free superannuation is an idea thatís going to snowball

16 Sep 14 - The launch of Future Super, which claims to be the first super fund in Australia to exclude fossil fuels and their major supporting companies from its investment portfolio, has drawn significant...

Why trade pacts are bad for humankind

16 Sep 14 - The Obama administration has proposed several ad-hoc, multi-country economic agreements, and in doing so has abandoned de facto the World Trade Organisation as insufficiently malleable to its...

Worried carmakers force Korea ETS changes

8 Sep 14 - Koreaís booming car industry appears to have won over the government in the countryís latest road map for emissions reduction.

Australian transport stuck in the energy queue

1 Sep 14 - Australia has scored poorly in the energy efficiency of its land transport, and is well behind other major economies, a recent international scorecard has revealed.

Aviation a microcosm of the emissions problem

1 Sep 14 - No matter what the aviation industry does to reduce emissions, it will be outweighed by growth in air travel, according to a new analysis.

Cathay Pacific plugs into biofuel producer

18 Aug 14 - Cathay Pacific Airways is investing in American sustainable biofuel company Fulcrum Bioenergy as part of a drive to achieve carbon-neutral growth from 2020.

Don't waste your money on oil and gas

18 Aug 14 - If you want a safe bet, donít invest in some of todayís tempting oil and gas projects. Thatís the message from a UK-based financial think-tank that aims to align the global energy market with climate...

Scientists see problems with tar sand pipeline

18 Aug 14 - European researchers say a 2000-mile pipeline designed to carry controversial tar sands oil from Canada to the southern US may lead to much more pollution than previously calculated.


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