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Earth just had its hottest January on record

Today 10:00am - The Earth had its hottest January in recorded history last month, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

FIGUERES: The only uncertainty is how long we’ll last

Christiana Figueres

Today 10:00am - Christiana Figueres, leader of the 2015 Paris Agreement, talks about her new book, The Future We Choose, and why it’s crunch time for humanity.

Billions of acres of cropland await the Big Thaw

Today 10:00am - As the climate warms in the decades ahead, billions of acres, most of them in the northern hemisphere, will become suitable for agriculture and could, if ploughed, emit a massive, planet-altering amount of greenhouse gases.

New BP chief vows net-zero emissions by 2050

Friday - BP's new chief executive Bernard Looney has outlined plans to cut the company's carbon emissions from its operations and barrels produced to net-zero by 2050.

Splatter tests show decline in insect numbers

Splatter tests show decline in insect numbers

Friday - Two scientific studies of the number of insects splattered by cars have revealed a huge decline in abundance at European sites in two decades.

Study blames fossil fuel pollution for 4m deaths

Thursday - Air pollution from burning fossil fuels is responsible for more than 4 million premature deaths around the world each year and costs the global economy about $US8 billion ($NZ12.37 billion) a day, according to a study.

BBC to film the Greta Thunberg story

Thursday - The BBC will produce a television series about 17-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg.


Bankers' book delivers stark climate change warning

Wednesday - The Green Swan brings a clear message from people who should know: bankers say the climate crisis means major change lies ahead.

Rise of climate anxiety 'overwhelming and terrifying’

Wednesday - Medical experts are concerned that young people’s mental health is being particularly hit by reality of the climate crisis.

Gates eyes $830m hydrogen superyacht

11 Feb 20 - Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is hoping to hit the seas in the world's first hydrogen-powered superyacht - and it will set him back around $US830 million.

Mystery deaths focus battle for the butterflies

11 Feb 20 - The deaths of two butterfly conservationists have drawn focus to a troubling tangle of disputes, resentments and violence.

Living fabrics can help to clean the air

10 Feb 20 - Mushroom, pineapple and algae: it sounds like the topping for a rather unusual pizza. In fact, they could be the crucial ingredients in the wardrobe of the future as growing numbers of designers try...

Global waste problem looks like a job for the IoT

4 Feb 20 - The Internet of Things can be used to develop smarter and more effective ways of managing and reducing waste.

Tropical forests losing CO2 ability, says study

3 Feb 20 - The world’s tropical forests are losing their ability to remove CO2 from the atmosphere, while boreal forests are absorbing emissions at an increasingly fast rate, a new study finds.

Climate crisis 'increasing violence against women'

31 Jan 20 - Climate breakdown and the global crisis of environmental degradation are increasing violence against women and girls, while gender-based exploitation is in turn hampering our ability to tackle the...

Tech giants power record surge in renewables

30 Jan 20 - The world’s biggest tech companies fuelled a record surge in the amount of renewable energy sold directly to global corporations last year, according to new figures.

How this science could help us cut emissions

29 Jan 20 - A sense of climate emergency is permeating the global consciousness thanks to high-profile campaigning, but many of us have been slow to actually make changes in the way we live.

MORE PLASTIC: Big Oil’s Plan B already in the pipeline

28 Jan 20 - As public concern about plastic pollution rises, the fossil fuel and petrochemical industries are pouring billions of dollars into new plants intended to make millions more tonnes of plastic than...

Welcome to 2020: It’s hot – and getting hotter

28 Jan 20 - The year is less than four weeks old, but scientists already know that carbon dioxide emissions will continue to head upwards – as they have every year since measurements began – leading to a...


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NZ winery commits to reducing its carbon emissions by 80 per cent

23 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE - YEALAND WINE GROUP: Yealands Wine Group has today announced its...

Wind energy crucial to EU's carbon neutrality

23 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE GLOBALDATA: The European Union, whose 28 members collectively...

Mercury Quarterly Operational Update - 3 months to Dec 31, 2019

23 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE MERCURY: Mercury maintained a prudent approach to risk management...

Vegetarianism in schools is entirely appropriate

21 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE NZ VEGETARIAN SOCIETY: The NZ Vegetarian Society has responded to...

Westpac NZ and Contact Energy agree first sustainability-linked loan

16 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE WESTPAC NZ & CONTACT ENERGY: Westpac NZ and Contact Energy have...

European cement industry strives for carbon-neutrality by 2050

16 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE CEMBUREAU: CEMBUREAU, the Association of the European cement...

Air NZ wins sustainable business award

25 Oct 19 - Air New Zealand has been recognised at the New Zealand Tourism Awards for its...

YHA celebrates carbon footprint reduction

23 Oct 19 - YHA New Zealand has reconfirmed its carboNZero certification by celebrating a...

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