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Phillip Mills ... the worst government since Muldoon's.

Beehive buys fight with business climate crusader

8 Sep 14 - The Government has locked horns with one of New Zealandís leading business people over climate change and the new economy.

Angry green-plan backers desert Horizon council

8 Sep 14 - Every member of the Horizonís Regional Council that worked on the controversial One Plan has left amid allegations of political interference in implementing the ground-breaking environmental rules.

NZ needs to be in China now, says carbon trader

8 Sep 14 - New Zealand should be knocking on Chinaís door now if it wants to exploit huge potential from that countryís apparent determination to put a national emissions trading scheme in place in 2016, says a leading local carbon trader.

Are we doing an America's Cup on new-tech, asks investor

Nick Gerritsen ... NZ locked in the past.

8 Sep 14 - New Zealand is in danger of seeing its plans to be a leader of the new technology go the same way as our last Americaís Cup challenge, says clean-tech investor Nick Gerritsen.

New-energy groups join up to sell NZ credentials

8 Sep 14 - Renewable energy sectors are joining forces to promote New Zealandís clean-energy credentials as a new international industry.

We've got the world's lowest carbon prices

8 Sep 14 - New Zealand has the lowest carbon prices in the world, the World Bank says.

Labour vows to scrap emitters' one-for-two deal

1 Sep 14 - The one-for-two deal that halves emittersí carbon liabilities would be scrapped by a Labour government.

NZ First backs iwi $600m carbon claim

Mere Takoko ... getting smarter.

1 Sep 14 - New Zealand First supports an iwi leadersí bid to raise carbon prices.

Forest owners welcome return of grant scheme

1 Sep 14 - Forest owners are welcoming the reinstatement of the Afforestation Grant Scheme Ė but say that lifting carbon prices would reverse deforestation overnight.

Ten more years is too late, says Nobel winner

Professor Yan T Lee ... out of 10, we're at 9.

1 Sep 14 - Negotiating a global agreement to replace the Kyoto Protocol at climate change talks in Paris next year is critical to the survival of society, a visiting Nobel Prize-winning scientist says.

Labour vows to act on agriculture by 2016

25 Aug 14 - There is bad news for farmers, and good and bad news for industrial emitters under Labourís climate change policy, released yesterday.

Sustainability council pushes puchasing power

Penny Nelson ... leading from the front.

25 Aug 14 - Some of New Zealandís biggest companies are working out how they can use their purchasing power to drive the new economy.

First rule of green business: Keep it simple

25 Aug 14 - How do you turn your company into a green company Ė the type of company capable of doing business with organisations demanding sustainable procurement?

COMMENT: Jeepers, John, you forgot the environment

John Key ... nothing doing.

25 Aug 14 - Prime Minister John Key launched Nationalís election campaign yesterday without mentioning the environment.

We're giving away a copy of Dirty Politics

25 Aug 14 - Missed out on a copy of Dirty Politics, the book which uses private emails between politicians, bloggers and PR people to shine a little light on the murkier side of our politics? Weíve got a copy to...

New facts show importance of Antarctic ice

Robert Deconto ... new figures.

25 Aug 14 - The IPCC is under-estimating the impact that melting of the Antarctic ice sheet will have on global sea-level rise, a visiting American scientist says.

Companies call for politicians to get serious about sustainability

Brett Tomkins ... mainstream.

18 Aug 14 - Companies representing a quarter of the New Zealand economy are calling on all political parties to make a long-term commitment to sustainable business.

Business needs to make climate change stand

Dr Suzi Kerr ... major issue.

18 Aug 14 - There is still an element of climate change scepticism in New Zealand business, says a leading policy analyst.

Experts pinpoint what emissions cost economy

Professor Les Oxley ... international price.

18 Aug 14 - For the first time, economists have put a financial cost on the impact of greenhouse gases released by the industrialisation of developed countries.

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