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Wind power pioneer collects honour

Monday - A Tauranga wind engineer has been made a fellow of the Institution of...

On the move ...

Monday - European Environmental Markets chief executive Adrian Rimmer is the new...

Law firm awards student environment prize

Monday - Rachael Witney is the winner of the Simpson Grierson Environmental Law Prize...

Emirates keen to support green ideas

9 Mar 15 - New Zealand organisations which have innovative ideas and solutions in the...

When it comes to N in effluent – fresher is better

2 Mar 15 - MEDIA RELEASE: The fresher the better – that’s one of the findings of new...

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