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Coca-Cola meeting water marks

Today 10:00am - Coca-Cola says it will meet its 2020 water replenishment goal – to return to...

Peace Park gets new plantings

Today 10:00am - Making a difference to the environment is something the team at Crowne Plaza...

Green Star rating widens field

3 Aug 15 - The Green Star building rating has been widened to include social and financial...

Canon opens grants programme

8 Jun 15 - Canon New Zealand is calling for not-for-profit organisations and schools...

Japan and Mongolia switch on to planting plan

8 Jun 15 - Panasonic’s international tree-planting project has hit Japan and China.

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