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WORTH WATCHING: New film shows up our sorry climate change story

4 Aug 14 - New Zealand’s tortuously slow reaction to the threats of climate change has been documented.

Why swimmable rivers are a bridge too far

1 Aug 14 - Federated Farmers environment spokesman IAN MACKENZIE on why making rivers swimmable isn't practical.

New marine reserves laws set mark, says industry

1 Aug 14 - A new marine reserve and management law for Marlborough passed by Parliament is a template for seafood and environment conservation measures throughout New Zealand, says Seafood New Zealand.

Organic farming growing rapidly, says EU

1 Aug 14 - The organic farming sector has grown rapidly over the past 10 years, to about 500,000 new hectares every year, according to European Union statistics.

Worth listening to ...

1 Aug 14 - New Zealand-based international engineering company Aurecon is involved in renewable energy projects around this world. But it is pessimistic about the outlook for renewables in New Zealand.

CRL Energy wins environment award

1 Aug 14 - CRL Energy is the winner of the 2014 Minerals West Coast Environment Award, announced this week at Minerals West Coast’s annual conference in Greymouth.

Shorten pleads for G20 to talk climate crisis

Bill Shorten ... regrettable attention.

25 Jul 14 - Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten has taken his battle with Prime Minister Tony Abbott over climate policy to an international stage, saying the issue should be a priority for the G20...

Europe lacks courage on energy targets

25 Jul 14 - In proposing a 30 per cent rather than a 40 per cent energy demand reduction target, the European Commission is increasing the risks that European Union member states face from fossil-fuel dependence...

Europe could pay huge climate price, says report

18 Jul 14 - A failure to act to reduce the impacts of climate change could cost Europe dear in lives lost and economic damage, according to a European Commission study.

Ambition key to 2015 global climate accord

11 Jul 14 - The word is "ambition," and it's being voiced with extra urgency by those who worry that the world's leaders won't soon commit themselves to measures strong enough to combat climate change.

Billions in money pot could unlock clean energy deal

11 Jul 14 - Europe’s structural funding cash pool for energy efficiency and renewables projects has soared by 40 per cent to an estimated $NZ46 billion and could be used to broker a 2030 clean energy targets...

Australian farmers led astray on carbon farming

11 Jul 14 - Australian farmers and rural land owners are being told that they will be given powerful and direct incentives to store carbon in the land under the federal government’s new climate policy.

Change needed if world is to home nine billion

4 Jul 14 - For the world to achieve a sustainable transition by 2050, when the population will be more than nine billion, a significant adjustment is needed to the current patterns of consumption and production.

Morgan's water report damns official actions

Gareth Morgan ... public pressure the key.

27 Jun 14 - Businessman and economist Gareth Morgan could pull the plug on the Government’s plans for our crucial freshwater resources.

Millionaire miner rocks Canberra carbon camp

Clive Palmer ... my pal Al.

27 Jun 14 - Australia’s emissions trading scheme is on again. Maybe.

Carbon tax won't fix troubled ETS, says report

27 Jun 14 - New Zealand's emissions price beacon is "obscured in the fog of policy uncertainty", but dumping it in favour of a carbon tax isn't the only way to fix it, say Motu Research's Catherine Leining and...

Market watchdog welcomes Palmer move

27 Jun 14 - An international carbon market watchdog is welcoming Australian politician Clive Palmer's shift on climate change.

Maori act to mobilise carbon-conscious voters

20 Jun 14 - Maori angry about the Government’s twin failures over carbon prices and sustainable economic development are looking to mobilise the crucial 18-to-34-years-old vote.

Carbon tax call is all about playing politics

Charles Etherington ... bold words.

20 Jun 14 - By CHARLES ETHERINGTON, Warren Forestry Ltd.- The Greens are giving the impression of being ahead on the topic of a carbon tax versus the Emissions Trading Scheme, but, as usual, they are actually...

Australia's emissions fund could start short

13 Jun 14 - Australia's Emissions Reduction Fund is likely to be under-supplied when it comes to market next month, a new report says.

13 Jun 14  Come and see our lovely renewable energy sites

13 Jun 14  Energy efficient homes could help Treasury balance the books

13 Jun 14  The case for a carbon consumption tax

13 Jun 14  Why we need clear emissions-reduction reporting

6 Jun 14  Let's get back to ETS basics, says Internet leader

6 Jun 14  Harre: Business seems to like us

6 Jun 14  Obama climate move seen as a game-changer

6 Jun 14  Why European carbon prices remain low

6 Jun 14  Ambitious Sydney slashes carbon emissions

6 Jun 14  Carbon world roundup

4 Jun 14  NZUs down 20 cents yesterday

3 Jun 14  Greens: Climate change biggest issue world has faced

30 May 14  Angry iwi to file carbon prices Treaty claim

30 May 14  Foresters could have arbitrage case, says expert

30 May 14  Time running out as carbon dioxide levels hit new high, warns UN

23 May 14  Foresters threaten to pull out of ETS

23 May 14  Government took easy option on forest credits

16 May 14  Surprise forest credits move sees market rise

16 May 14  New book lifts the lid on what went wrong with Labor and climate change

9 May 14  Canberra finds ways to implement emissions plan

9 May 14  Meltdown as ice-cream maker sides with campaigners

9 May 14  Why Australia has something to worry about

2 May 14  Plastics industry on right track, says EU

24 Apr 14  Aussie Greens gain, but the rest is much the same

24 Apr 14  Householders doing their bit in Australia

24 Apr 14  Fracking is flying high, but how long can it last?

17 Apr 14  National driving climate change, say Greens

11 Apr 14  Straterra wants better mineral industry rules

11 Apr 14  Airlines wrestle with demands of climate change

4 Apr 14  Profit comes before environment, says Act leader

4 Apr 14  No-action Abbott stalls climate policy decisions

28 Mar 14  Time for the Big Three to take Big Action

28 Mar 14  Australia poised for carbon policy tussle

21 Mar 14  Carbon price inaction could hurt Nats at poll

21 Mar 14  Carbon price breach of rights, says Maori leader

21 Mar 14  EU climate ambitions clouded by calendar issues

21 Mar 14  Carbon sector wants Europe to act

21 Mar 14  Why business needs to know climate change laws

17 Mar 14  NZUS bounce of $2.90

14 Mar 14  Should climate deniers be brought to book?

14 Mar 14  Nats push green achievements

14 Mar 14  Germany expects quick deal on climate goals

14 Mar 14  Did Genghis Khan ride to world domination on the back of climate change?

12 Mar 14  NZUs trade at $3 and may test high $2s

7 Mar 14  Reluctant PM fends off $600m iwi ultimatum

7 Mar 14  Government says no to national forest policy

7 Mar 14  EU agrees on draft plan for aviation emissions

28 Feb 14  Government knows how we can be carbon-neutral

28 Feb 14  Big Wood keen on iwi carbon price action

28 Feb 14  Why Australia needs to increase emissions targets

28 Feb 14  Climate laws cover nearly 90% of carbon pollution

28 Feb 14  Greens' solar policy breath of fresh air

21 Feb 14  Iwi ultimatum earns support of political parties

21 Feb 14  Emissions lower under Direct Action, says research

21 Feb 14  Europe debates people’s legal right to water

21 Feb 14  China renewables target could be 2050

21 Feb 14  Blocking the sunlight has a dark side

21 Feb 14  Turmoil across the Tasman will be felt here

14 Feb 14  Trade deal ‘opens door to environmental lawsuits’

7 Feb 14  Scrap offshore oil rules, says watchdog group

7 Feb 14  Why the big boys are serious about carbon pricing

7 Feb 14  France to probe EU carbon market reform plan

7 Feb 14  Bloomberg takes climate job to rev up cities

24 Jan 14  Change ahead, so business needs to get smart

24 Jan 14  Study doubts value of land abatements

24 Jan 14  EU wants to see cut of 40% in gas emissions

24 Jan 14  The war on science: Why we should be very afraid

24 Jan 14  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

24 Jan 14  Pulp politics bring tension to Tasmania

20 Dec 13  EDITORIAL: Forget the pretence and let's make a real start with our water quality

13 Dec 13  Govt sitting on millions worth of Kyoto units

13 Dec 13  UK proposes double-counting on biofuels

13 Dec 13  Why wise businesses should take note of Gen Y Kiwis

6 Dec 13  Carbon storage report will shape new laws

29 Nov 13  NZ none the wiser after rejecting refugee’s case

29 Nov 13  Australia to ease environment path for drillers

22 Nov 13  What Tim Groser told the world at Warsaw

22 Nov 13  Take a searching look at our rivers ... and be in the draw to win a copy of this book

22 Nov 13  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

22 Nov 13  What's going on in world carbon markets

22 Nov 13  How Australia deals with carbon and electricity

15 Nov 13  Our ministers ill-informed, says top scientist

15 Nov 13  EDITORIAL: The message is clear ... we have a government of climate deniers

15 Nov 13  Warsaw the great test of will, say Greens

15 Nov 13  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

15 Nov 13  Here we go again ... still talking

15 Nov 13  Why it's important that we do our bit

8 Nov 13  Meet Kennedy Graham, green sheep of the family ... and a man business would be wise to watch

8 Nov 13  Dunedin takes serious look at carbon footprint

1 Nov 13  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

25 Oct 13  Islands have three-pronged approach to climate change

21 Oct 13  Don't sit back and wait for auction...

18 Oct 13  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

18 Oct 13  UN wants to see greater financial effort

18 Oct 13  Back below $4

11 Oct 13  Expert dismisses Wellington rail plan

11 Oct 13  Greens vow to bring power to the people

11 Oct 13  Aussies rush to back Flannery’s climate body

4 Oct 13  Obama's strategy guru joins LanzaTech

4 Oct 13  WEB WIRE ... news from the world of carbon

4 Oct 13  What is NZ doing to help Pacific?

27 Sep 13  100% Pure? We're ranked at a lowly 36

27 Sep 13  Brussels aims to chop through EU forest rules

13 Sep 13  Political parties back Palmer on RMA

13 Sep 13  Start now, science chief tells businesses

6 Sep 13  Shane Jones: It's all about balance

6 Sep 13  Labour thermal power bid fails

30 Aug 13  Environment first, vows Labour contender

30 Aug 13  ANALYSIS: Australians' vote will affect carbon market

30 Aug 13  Spot NZUs hold and forward curve tightens

23 Aug 13  New forum to boost sustainable development

23 Aug 13  Academic links climate change and civil wars

16 Aug 13  Free market doesn't do it for us, say academics

16 Aug 13  Africa vows tougher stance on e-waste

9 Aug 13  Palmer: Why we must protect environment

9 Aug 13  Bathurst can dig up Denniston, rules court

9 Aug 13  California shuns linking emissions schemes

9 Aug 13  Aussie emitters await election outcome

2 Aug 13  NZ eyes move to natural capital cost

26 Jul 13  Scientists link ocean warming to aerosols

19 Jul 13  Australia makes early move to carbon trading

12 Jul 13  Business not doing job, says green analyst

12 Jul 13  Labour seeks help for fossil fuel action

12 Jul 13  New forum will boost sustainable development

28 Jun 13  Rudd aims to redraw carbon reduction plans

28 Jun 13  President promises to slash emissions

28 Jun 13  What the power industry players think

28 Jun 13  UN climate chief applauds Obama

28 Jun 13  Big news from the US, Australia

21 Jun 13  Yes, we can make steel without coal

21 Jun 13  People come first, say UN leaders

14 Jun 13  Dunne decider on thermal power future

14 Jun 13  Industry sees bioenergy as key to jobs

14 Jun 13  China set to roll out trading scheme

14 Jun 13  Experts rule fracking too risky

14 Jun 13  Profit-taking comes as no surprise

7 Jun 13  Farmers slam fracking opposition

7 Jun 13  WWF seeks $40b to back renewable energy

31 May 13  Minister defends Denniston decisions

17 May 13  China holds key to cleaner skies

10 May 13  Leaders to talk climate change

3 May 13  Why coal looks like a bad investment

26 Apr 13  Backloading might go to second vote

19 Apr 13  New law protects EEZ, says minister

12 Apr 13  US gives pass mark to climate change ... but UK says no

5 Apr 13  EDS claims RMA information is flawed

5 Apr 13  Stern: It could be worse than we thought

5 Apr 13  Pioneer activist quits job … to get busy

28 Mar 13  Combet becomes minister of everything

22 Mar 13  Kyoto call kills off tar sands project

15 Mar 13  Biodiesel NZ good buy, says new owner

15 Mar 13  Climate the enemy, says top Navy man

15 Mar 13  Price steady after overnight spike

8 Mar 13  Climate challenges in the spotlight

8 Mar 13  Europe eyes ambitious restructure

8 Mar 13  Nations make stand on illegal timber

1 Mar 13  Meet the ETS winners ... and losers

1 Mar 13  Water huge issue for food producers, says Nestle chief

22 Feb 13  Question for PM: UN is serious, are you?

15 Feb 13  Obama vows to take tough line

15 Feb 13  US stand puts Abbot on the spot

15 Feb 13  Ban slams leaders who ignore climate change

8 Feb 13  River experts to test the waters

8 Feb 13  Dirty vans might be running out of road

1 Feb 13  FORUM: Why is it so hard to change?

25 Jan 13  Market reels as European carbon plummets

25 Jan 13  At last, it's climate-change time for Obama

25 Jan 13  Market plunge gets the tongues wagging

18 Jan 13  China could lead world in carbon trading

14 Dec 12  NZ carbon stand wrong, says Kyoto expert

14 Dec 12  What's our market worth?

14 Dec 12  Enter the new wave of extinctions

14 Dec 12  Poor countries the big climate winners

7 Dec 12  De Boer wants carbon price of 150 euros

7 Dec 12  China eyes nationwide emission trading

7 Dec 12  Energy savings only way left, says economist

30 Nov 12  NZ will end up just a slogan, Greens warn

30 Nov 12  Permafrost hosts massive danger, says UN

30 Nov 12  Australian ETS links up with the world

23 Nov 12  NZ lags badly in marine protection

23 Nov 12  Australia happy trading scheme is working

23 Nov 12  Europe decides when a bicycle isn’t a bicycle

16 Nov 12  If the world burns, we burn

26 Oct 12  Maori vow to fight for ETS rights

26 Oct 12  ETS protesters bring out the chainsaws

26 Oct 12  Care of our oceans lacking, say experts

19 Oct 12  Minister bound for green Korea

19 Oct 12  Traders call for intervention in Europe

19 Oct 12  Europe’s biofuel makers threaten revolt

12 Oct 12  Greens praise Aussie ETS changes

5 Oct 12  Brussels to monitor shipping emissions

5 Oct 12  Which way will landowners go?

5 Oct 12  Market weakens on news of February vote in EU ETS

28 Sep 12  Government lying to us, says forester

28 Sep 12  EDITORIAL: The problem called John Banks

28 Sep 12  Think carrot ... not stick

28 Sep 12  Why Romney in the White House scares Europe

21 Sep 12  Permit supply hopes firm prices

14 Sep 12  Put that in writing, minister, says council head

14 Sep 12  Experts urge action to save carbon market

14 Sep 12  Europe eyes limit on crop biofuels

14 Sep 12  Putin mulls over carbon trading

14 Sep 12  Australian units likely to sit at $15

7 Sep 12  Water-wise Maori now look to the wind

7 Sep 12  Europe throws switch on incandescent bulbs

7 Sep 12  We’re well on the road to Doha, says UN

31 Aug 12  Check aid targets, urges Pacific report

17 Aug 12  AL MORRISON: We've been too smug for too long

17 Aug 12  Europe limits dumping of e-waste

17 Aug 12  Missed opportunity to invest in NZ

10 Aug 12  People want more action on climate change

10 Aug 12  Europe slams US for backing off

10 Aug 12  You, too, can be like the Olympics

3 Aug 12  Academic diagnoses climate change fatigue

3 Aug 12  Scientists challenge biofuels claim

27 Jul 12  Sustainability must on menu, says report

27 Jul 12  Petrobras protest skipper walks free

27 Jul 12  Korea waters down carbon trading plan

27 Jul 12  Switch NZUS for ERUs

20 Jul 12  Down, down, down ... carbon hits new low

20 Jul 12  Foresters might swap carbon for cows

13 Jul 12  Groser talks green in Germany

6 Jul 12  More Americans go cool on global warming

29 Jun 12  Rio pledges pass $500 billion mark

29 Jun 12  Australia takes aim at shipping

29 Jun 12  Don't trade in the Holden on a push bike

15 Jun 12  Business lobby group tries again

15 Jun 12  EDITORIAL: Our leaders should be in Rio

15 Jun 12  Rio countries now in final talks

8 Jun 12  How corporates play the climate game

8 Jun 12  Australia nuclear by 2030, says expert

8 Jun 12  EU-China carbon talks get serious

1 Jun 12  Growing market meets carbon challenges

1 Jun 12  Australia eyes new energy standards

18 May 12  EU airline cash could go to climate fund

18 May 12  Warm homes green economics at work

11 May 12  Forest credits must find place in Asia

4 May 12  Climate drives security fears in Arctic

27 Apr 12  Govt stands back from new-world calls

27 Apr 12  Obama warms to climate change action

20 Apr 12  Mexico eyes carbon trading system

20 Apr 12  Perth company gets first carbon licence

13 Apr 12  We can't go on like this, says think tank

13 Apr 12  UN in pre-Rio call for business action

11 Apr 12  Agriculture might get 2018 reprieve

11 Apr 12  Govt wants hold on international credits

5 Apr 12  Why high-tech is vital in carbon economy

5 Apr 12  Policy uncertainty makes for a foggy market

23 Mar 12  Australia stands alone in low-carbon slide

16 Mar 12  China sees sense of low-carbon economy

2 Mar 12  Australian election poses ETS problems

2 Mar 12  Antarctic call shonky, says ice-man Morgan

24 Feb 12  Europe's airline rules stir controversy

24 Feb 12  European market has attack of nerves

10 Feb 12  NZ scientists caught up in climate row

10 Feb 12  South Korean officials want carbon cap

10 Feb 12  China orders airlines not to pay

3 Feb 12  Where Europe goes, we go ...

27 Jan 12  Minister puts plans for environment

27 Jan 12  LIfe gets harder for the environment

27 Jan 12  Talks begin on agenda for Rio

27 Jan 12  Waiting a year could be worth it

20 Jan 12  Taupo tempts clean-tech Americans

9 Dec 11  Why we must target the 2deg limit

2 Dec 11  Fonterra forces farmers to fence

2 Dec 11  Business lobby signs up for green

25 Nov 11  Business brains want Beehive to come clean

25 Nov 11  China to set up climate change think tank

25 Nov 11  UN pleads for ‘global conversation’

25 Nov 11  Durban ... good COP or bad COP?

25 Nov 11  Emails worry NZ climate deniers

18 Nov 11  Environment: Where the minor parties stand

18 Nov 11  Australia joins drive to change food system

18 Nov 11  Minister sets date for new carbon rules

11 Nov 11  Gillard warns businesses to behave

11 Nov 11  UN expects firm decisions in Durban

11 Nov 11  Where Labour and Greens stand on carbon trading

4 Nov 11  Govt cut wrecks e-waste collection

4 Nov 11  Key carbon tax vote next week

21 Oct 11  Why we need to ban industrial CERs soon

14 Oct 11  Investors sniff out NZ forest fortunes

14 Oct 11  Historic moment as carbon tax gets a yes

14 Oct 11  Clean energy corporation has $10b bank

14 Oct 11  Abbott will eat his words, says CMS

14 Oct 11  Spooked Europe slashes carbon price

30 Sep 11  Scientist: PM didn't tell the whole story

30 Sep 11  UN to probe green impact of infotech

23 Sep 11  Business wants green growth answers

16 Sep 11  That's it ... till after the election

16 Sep 11  ETS review: We've been heard, say farmers

16 Sep 11  ETS review: Messages mixed, says Labour

16 Sep 11  ETS review: Costs will increase, says coalition

16 Sep 11  Australian carbon bills go to House

9 Sep 11  Well done New Zealand, says Europe

9 Sep 11  Key carbon tax MP escapes charges

26 Aug 11  Carbon farming becomes reality in Australia

26 Aug 11  UN wants clean energy revolution

26 Aug 11  What China does is vitally important

19 Aug 11  Greens slam stand on Auckland transport

19 Aug 11  NZUs remain at premium over CERs

5 Aug 11  Israel puts energy solutions on show

29 Jul 11  Australian carbon bills on the move

22 Jul 11  Youth group makes zero-carbon stand

22 Jul 11  UN warns of climate threats to security

15 Jul 11  Why it's better to sell NZUs at home

1 Jul 11  New enviro watchdog to run ETS

24 Jun 11  NZ spearheads agri-emissions research

24 Jun 11  All's not well after Bonn climate talks

24 Jun 11  At these levels, you have to start buying

17 Jun 11  WWF calls for countries to act on carbon

17 Jun 11  World Bank tracks stalled carbon market

17 Jun 11  The Carbon Traders: Lizzie Chambers, Carbon Match

17 Jun 11  Emissions trading is best, says Shell chief

17 Jun 11  Wind generation needs a helping hand

10 Jun 11  Climate fighter has a big job for NZ

10 Jun 11  Parties battle over carbon farming plans

3 Jun 11  FORUM: Britain can't do it alone

27 May 11  Labour might sweeten ETS deal for farmers

27 May 11  Europe keeps emissions under control

13 May 11  Business on right track, says Hansen

13 May 11  They are the Champions … of the Earth

6 May 11  Nervous foresters unsure about ETS

6 May 11  Labour wants teeth for EPA

29 Apr 11  ETS review predictable so far

21 Apr 11  Politics not way to beat climate change

21 Apr 11  NZ drags chain in drive for green growth

15 Apr 11  Islands join NZ in collecting e-waste

15 Apr 11  Tasman eyes turn to energy efficiency

1 Apr 11  Synthetics answer might lie outside ETS

1 Apr 11  What the IEA thinks of our ETS

1 Apr 11  EU emissary talks aviation

25 Mar 11  Ministers reveal more carbon details

25 Mar 11  Forum: How Israel watches its water

25 Mar 11  Aussies eye product stewardship

25 Mar 11  Forum: Why we must focus on the whole environment

11 Mar 11  ETS PAPER 2: World situation unclear

11 Mar 11  New Christchurch could show world the way

4 Mar 11  Australia will get over carbon tax drama

25 Feb 11  Australia sets date for carbon scheme

25 Feb 11  Labour: It's the same old story

11 Feb 11  ETS group looks at oral submissions

4 Feb 11  Garnaut backs fixed carbon price

4 Feb 11  ETS adds to the confusion

28 Jan 11  Australia eyes 50% tax cut on new fuels

28 Jan 11  Energy market contemplates the end of oil

21 Jan 11  Govt stays silent on value of free credits

23 Dec 10  Farmers renew call to keep agriculture out

17 Dec 10  CANCUN: What the scientists are saying

17 Dec 10  CANCUN: Climate agreements at a glance

17 Dec 10  NZ plays key role in fossil fuels subsidies probe

10 Dec 10  Forests come to the rescue of clams exporter

3 Dec 10  ETS should be suspended, says NZ First

3 Dec 10  Western states eye US-wide carbon alliance

3 Dec 10  Can we have a word, say kids at Cancun

26 Nov 10  South Korea promises carbon capture by 2020

19 Nov 10  What Nick Smith said to farmers

19 Nov 10  ETS leading to farm subsidies, warns Fed head

19 Nov 10  Canadian Tories kill climate change bill

19 Nov 10  Cancun talks just a staging post, says Britain

19 Nov 10  South Korea sets carbon trading scheme rules

12 Nov 10  Well, look who's talking sustainability ...

12 Nov 10  Tonnes of electronic waste collected on eDay

5 Nov 10  Battle marks new era in environmental politics

5 Nov 10  Business abandons only US carbon market

5 Nov 10  Britain aims for 100,000 green-collar workers

5 Nov 10  Korea braces for carbon trading system

5 Nov 10  Toyota leads the carbon cutters in Europe

29 Oct 10  NZ will talk up markets and forestry at Cancun

29 Oct 10  We seem to have got ETS right, says Smith

29 Oct 10  Big oil eyes free carbon permits in California

29 Oct 10  Australian experts examine carbon farming

29 Oct 10  Frankly speaking - Groser addresses Brazil conference

29 Oct 10  EVENT: Carbon Forum Asia 2010 - on now in Singapore

22 Oct 10  Voters to speak on California climate law

19 Oct 10  Forest owners get positive ETS message from Government

15 Oct 10  Lawyers shoot down ETS secrecy clause

15 Oct 10  Envious Aussies want action on carbon trading

15 Oct 10  China shows the way in wind energy boom

15 Oct 10  Companies pile court action on climate watchdog

8 Oct 10  How insurance can spur enviro investment

1 Oct 10  Poor leadership means NZ's a climate change flop

24 Sep 10  Combet admits carbon tax an option

17 Sep 10  Coal comfort: New climate minister vows support

17 Sep 10  … but major miner says to look beyond coal

17 Sep 10  UN urges airlines to slash carbon emissions

10 Sep 10  Stern: It's out there if you want it

10 Sep 10  Bioenergy material going to waste, says report

10 Sep 10  Early Greens pressure could see an Aussie ETS

10 Sep 10  It's a cinch, says Harry, nothing this year

10 Sep 10  Euronext to expand carbon trading to US, Asia

27 Aug 10  Indonesia ripe for trading fraud, warn experts

20 Aug 10  The Carbon Traders 4: Richard Hayes, EITG

20 Aug 10  High Court asked to invalidate NIWA’s official NZ temperature record

13 Aug 10  Kiwi ETS wins minister a rare bouquet

13 Aug 10  What Nick Smith said to transtasman business leaders

13 Aug 10  Meridian to build huge Aussie wind farm

13 Aug 10  Foresters want ban on illegal lumber imports

6 Aug 10  Countries must step up action, says climate chief

30 Jul 10  The Carbon Traders 1: Nigel Brunel, OMFinancial

30 Jul 10  A nation run by cowards and thieves

30 Jul 10  We want emissions trading, say Aussies

30 Jul 10  Obama vows to fight on for climate bill

30 Jul 10  Senate failure dismays climate experts

23 Jul 10  Gillard pledges 'people's assembly' on climate

23 Jul 10  UN has Kyoto 'plan B' option if climate talks fail

23 Jul 10  National’s biofuels policy a shambles, says Labour

16 Jul 10  Japan's ETS plans hit electoral snag

2 Jul 10  Obama optimistic on climate bill despite senate rifts

2 Jul 10  Gull: We'll hold off ... at least for a week

25 Jun 10  We won't dump you in it, minister tells farmers

18 Jun 10  Seven days that will forever change the energy game (and your portfolio)

18 Jun 10  NZUs continue to be well bid

11 Jun 10  Organic farmer: We're not all the same

11 Jun 10  Americans begin to worry again

4 Jun 10  Vital ETS rules for agriculture emissions being prepared

4 Jun 10  FORUM: Federated Farmers on the ETS and more ...

28 May 10  New site gives latest on local carbon market

28 May 10  Blair to earn millions from climate dealings

21 May 10  Fonterra vows to fight on for free credits share

21 May 10  NZ on right road with ETS, says negotiator

21 May 10  Senate climate bill seems stuck in limbo

14 May 10  Should we have tax cuts or extend emissions subsidies beyond 95%?

14 May 10  150 billion reasons to be bullish about clean energy

14 May 10  US: We’re back on top of the energy world

14 May 10  Australia votes $652m for renewable energy

7 May 10  Government takes ETS hardline with farmers

7 May 10  Why the Gulf oil spill doesn't matter

7 May 10  India talks tough in runup to Mexico

7 May 10  US whizkid sells Chicago Climate Exchange

30 Apr 10  Business lobby gives up on ETS demands

30 Apr 10  Aussie states could run own ETS, says minister

30 Apr 10  Suspend the ETS until 2013, says farmers' lobby

23 Apr 10  Markit chief slams Kiwis' lack of carbon nous

16 Apr 10  Why farming chief is turning his back on $30,000

16 Apr 10  Senators book Earth Day for new energy plan

16 Apr 10  Coal the fuel of the future, Congress told

16 Apr 10  Government puts its own water forum under threat, says Labour

9 Apr 10  ETS delay comes at a cost, warn foresters

9 Apr 10  Countries expected to agree on animal-emissions action

9 Apr 10  Washington simmers over proposed US fuel tax

9 Apr 10  UK poll rivals agree to agree on climate

1 Apr 10  Govt betrayed us, say angry fishermen

1 Apr 10  Climate change faces the trillion-dollar question

1 Apr 10  US oil company paid sceptics, says report

1 Apr 10  Did climate bring about the collapse of Angkor?

26 Mar 10  Land lies idle as foresters fear conversion

26 Mar 10  Carbon market a no-no, says Democrat

19 Mar 10  Obama looks at carbon trading shortcut

19 Mar 10  Arrogance undid Copenhagen summit, says Stern

12 Mar 10  IPCC review scientists won't revisit landmark report

12 Mar 10  China and India sign, but keep climate stand

5 Mar 10  Government (slowly) gets green-tech message

5 Mar 10  Clean-tech: One day we won't give it a thought

5 Mar 10  Big Oil asks Senate for carbon fee on industry

5 Mar 10  Britain plans soft loans for home efficiency

5 Mar 10  Houses with low energy efficiency will lose value

5 Mar 10  Uncertainty dries up Aussie carbon market

26 Feb 10  Others dither, but NZ certain about ETS

26 Feb 10  US no wiser as Obama chats up business leaders

26 Feb 10  Aussie trading scheme bogs down again

19 Feb 10  Obama backs new nuclear plant with $8 billion

19 Feb 10  Big companies quit US climate change coalition

19 Feb 10  Australia under fire for $60b China coal deal

19 Feb 10  UN climate chief stepping down to go private

19 Feb 10  Korea floats carbon tax plan ... among others

12 Feb 10  US looks at other ways to limit gas emissions

12 Feb 10  Rudd’s ETS heads for the Senate … again

12 Feb 10  Pachauri toughs it out as pressure grows

12 Feb 10  New Zealand scientist helps develop new climate scenarios

5 Feb 10  Obama retreats from goal of cap-and-trade bill

5 Feb 10  Rudd and Abbott trade blows over climate schemes

5 Feb 10  US cleantech stocks fall despite major market growth

5 Feb 10  Aussie hotel wins carboNZero certification

29 Jan 10  Will this senator kill renewables?

29 Jan 10  American opinion cools on global warming

29 Jan 10  Harsh winter actually a sign of climate change, says report

22 Jan 10  Aussie Greens want $20b carbon tax to break ETS impasse

22 Jan 10  Obama climate plans under fire from all sides

22 Jan 10  Cool heads prevail over Copenhagen, says De Boer

22 Jan 10  An alternative lesson from Copenhagen

18 Dec 09  Countries suspicious of verification checks

18 Dec 09  If diplomacy fails, there is always the fantastic Plan B

11 Dec 09  Forest owners gear up to sell Kyoto credits

11 Dec 09  Forget US dollars, Stern tells China

11 Dec 09  Republicans plan conference counter-attack

11 Dec 09  The editorial that gave world the message …

4 Dec 09  We can do a deal by June, says UN climate chief

4 Dec 09  Australian scientist quits over ETS 'censorship'

4 Dec 09  The truth about climate change making you rich

27 Nov 09  Be warned: ETS is here and businesses must comply

27 Nov 09  It's game on as ETS interest starts to flow

27 Nov 09  Senate shambles as Aussie ETS vote due today

27 Nov 09  Ban says Obama vital to Copenhagen success

27 Nov 09  US and India pledge common action on climate change

27 Nov 09  California takes step to limit emissions

27 Nov 09  Cleantech bigger money-maker than the internet

27 Nov 09  ETS: Society wants forestry answers

27 Nov 09  ETS: Shark swallows the Maori minnow

23 Nov 09  Opposition gets ready to mount counter-offensive

23 Nov 09  Maori Party: Deal to benefit all

23 Nov 09  Greens: Deal will cost everyone

23 Nov 09  Multi-party backing for admin bill to develop emissions trading market

20 Nov 09  Frustrated farmers: The tractors are coming

20 Nov 09  Forum: Taking agriculture forward with the Emissions Trading Scheme

20 Nov 09  Obama and Hu shake hands on climate deal

20 Nov 09  Climate officials cling to hope for Copenhagen

20 Nov 09  Survey reveals Aussies’ climate change doubts

20 Nov 09  Maori health will be hit hard, say MPs

20 Nov 09  Time for a cup of tea, says veteran Nat

16 Nov 09  Next steps will depend on Maori Party bottom line

16 Nov 09  Oops! Treasury sums wrong by $50 billion

16 Nov 09  Greens: ETS something worth swearing about

16 Nov 09  Aussie farmers out of ETS ‘faster than a rat up a drainpipe’

16 Nov 09  Aussie agriculture backflip could be first of many

13 Nov 09  Can Obama yet save the day at Copenhagen?

13 Nov 09  Carbon price must at least double, warns watchdog

13 Nov 09  Turnbull feels heat over sceptics remark

13 Nov 09  FORUM: Britain stands shoulder to shoulder with Maldives on climate change

6 Nov 09  ETS politics frustrating, says business chief

6 Nov 09  It’s official: US goes cool on Copenhagen

6 Nov 09  Gore denies ‘carbon billionaire’ accusation

6 Nov 09  FORUM: Country needs a change of focus

30 Oct 09  Bill sets dangerous precedent, says law expert

30 Oct 09  Ban lays out criteria for success in Copenhagen

30 Oct 09  China-US pact unlikely from Obama visit

30 Oct 09  Sydney drags chain in Asian carbon-hub race

30 Oct 09  Climate change turmoil poses security risks

23 Oct 09  Hide hacks at ETS policy management – tied bill voting more likely

23 Oct 09  Legal tangle awaits amended climate bill

23 Oct 09  Chauvel to energy leaders: ETS changes too generous to last

23 Oct 09  Australia readies for key climate debate next week

23 Oct 09  Interim steps … that’s about it from Copenhagen

23 Oct 09  Leaders could feel wrath of people-power protest

16 Oct 09  Business blasts rushed changes to ETS

16 Oct 09  Taxpayers face hefty bill from ETS subsidies, says business council

16 Oct 09  Bangkok flop leaves little hope for Copenhagen

16 Oct 09  Push to exempt Australian farmers from carbon laws

16 Oct 09  Soros pledges $1bn to search for clean energy

16 Oct 09  US ‘deeply committed,’ says energy chief

16 Oct 09  Sack Nick Smith from climate portfolio, says Dunleavy

15 Oct 09  Protests force slowdown on full-speed-ahead ETS

15 Oct 09  No choice but to accept timeline, say Greens

9 Oct 09  Did Govt cut Maori deal without officials' advice?

9 Oct 09  G8 countries could face class actions on climate change

9 Oct 09  Apple latest to jump ship from US Chamber

2 Oct 09  BMW to Government: get your vehicle policies right

2 Oct 09  OPINION: The ETS and your business

2 Oct 09  Forget ‘cap and trade,’ it's now all about PRI

2 Oct 09  Climate catastrophe 50 years away, say experts

2 Oct 09  Blue-Greens must be 'pink' with embarrasment, says Chauvel

23 Sep 09  Emissions action can create millions of jobs, says report

23 Sep 09  Carbon emissions post biggest drop in 40 years

23 Sep 09  FORUM: ETS is farmers' ball and chain

18 Sep 09  No-deals Nats would have gone for a carbon tax

18 Sep 09  Doors might shut on public opinion of ETS deal

18 Sep 09  IN THE HOUSE: Deal with Maori under scrutiny

18 Sep 09  Climate leaders set to give up on Copenhagen

18 Sep 09  Big spenders throw weight behind US bill

14 Sep 09  Shock of ETS announcement destroys prospect of policy certainty

14 Sep 09  Farmers could have gained millions in secret deal proposed by Labour

14 Sep 09  EXCLUSIVE - The "Dear Lucy" deal e-mail from Labour to National

14 Sep 09  Smith: ETS revisions "balance" environment, economy

14 Sep 09  Business leaders: bill for proposed ETS changes could run to billions?

11 Sep 09  Confident Labour sits in ETS driving seat

11 Sep 09  Irish might need cow tax to meet EU targets

11 Sep 09  Senate Democrats sceptical about climate bill

4 Sep 09  Why not create our own market, asks carbon trader

4 Sep 09  Planting season lost, but foresters cling to hopes

4 Sep 09  US climate change bill faces fresh delays

4 Sep 09  Prepare to pay extra $120 in airfare pollution charges to Europe

4 Sep 09  French carbon tax debate turns toxic for Sarkozy

4 Sep 09  Rich Norway fund moves toward green investments

4 Sep 09  UN chief calls for action from polar ice rim

4 Sep 09  Global warming legislation 'would fail a proper regulatory impact assessment'

31 Aug 09  National's best ETS bet is deal with Labour

31 Aug 09  Dunne: A middle road through complex issues

31 Aug 09  National: We'll continue talks with all parties

31 Aug 09  Labour: Big chance for a meaningful ETS

28 Aug 09  Denmark has recycling down to a fine art

28 Aug 09  China gets serious with climate change resolution

28 Aug 09  World airlines stung by European CO2 limits

28 Aug 09  Crucial climate vote lost with Kennedy's death

21 Aug 09  ETS review body to report next week

21 Aug 09  ETS deal hangs on Key's response to Goff

21 Aug 09  Australia targets 20% renewable energy by 2020

21 Aug 09  Democrats want banks barred from carbon trading

21 Aug 09  Scientists and intellectuals key, says UN chief

21 Aug 09  Smith hopes ETS will please everyone

14 Aug 09  EXCLUSIVE: Smith firm on ETS despite Rudd's defeat

14 Aug 09  Groser and Greenpeace at odds on Bonn reception

14 Aug 09  Bonn talks making headway, says UN official

14 Aug 09  Carbon-tracking business gets ready to boom

14 Aug 09  North American leaders promise a low-carbon future

10 Aug 09  Tree-planting key to meeting target, says expert

10 Aug 09  ANALYSIS: Now it comes down to the ETS deal for agriculture

10 Aug 09  GREENPEACE: Target will not go down well with world

7 Aug 09  Hands off price and trade ties, foresters tell Government

7 Aug 09  ETS unsettled as NZ packs for Bonn talks

7 Aug 09  Law makes electric cars exempt from RUCs

7 Aug 09  Household impact of US bill only modest, says study

7 Aug 09  You’re not alone – UN climate chief comforts Australia

7 Aug 09  Forum calls for 80% cut by 2020, not 2050

7 Aug 09  ANZAC approach needed to tackle climate change, says business group

7 Aug 09  Market comment: Why cleantech stocks have the energy advantage

31 Jul 09  France faces internal fight over carbon tax

31 Jul 09  Forum: Cool heads still needed on global warming

31 Jul 09  Guarantee for good biofuel moves closer

31 Jul 09  ETS in place by December, says Smith

31 Jul 09  Minister’s political games on climate are off target, say Greens

31 Jul 09  Labour urges boldness on carbon pollution reduction target

31 Jul 09  Sustainability report a useful step towards accurate reporting

24 Jul 09  Opposition split over Australia's climate plan

17 Jul 09  Groser: Something will come from Copenhagen

17 Jul 09  Carbon scheme ripe for fraud, says Aussie expert

14 Jul 09  Get on with it, Gore tells Australians

10 Jul 09  ANALYSIS: And in the red corner ...

10 Jul 09  UN accuses G8 of doing too little

10 Jul 09  Senate delays action on climate bill

10 Jul 09  Al Gore invokes spirit of Churchill in climate war

10 Jul 09  Accountants the winners as carbon economy grows

7 Jul 09  NZ climate deniers wed US counterpart

7 Jul 09  G8 leaders could set emissions goal of 80%

7 Jul 09  Millions face climate-related hunger, says Oxfam

3 Jul 09  Split targets on agenda of Nats-Labour ETS talks

3 Jul 09  Democrats gear up for Senate climate bill battle

3 Jul 09  Canada hits rock-bottom on emissions scorecard

3 Jul 09  EPA allows California to regulate car gases

30 Jun 09  Farmers deserve reward, not tax, says scientist

30 Jun 09  Obama hails climate bill … but has some changes

30 Jun 09  Bill positive, says China, but more action needed

30 Jun 09  Aussie Liberals go soft on climate bill stance

30 Jun 09  UK wants billions in climate fund for poor countries

26 Jun 09  Parties stay quiet on ETS cooperation deal

26 Jun 09  Australia delays vote on carbon trading

26 Jun 09  Government inaction worries foresters

26 Jun 09  Europe keen to show us how to insulate

26 Jun 09  US climate bill proponents agree to concessions

26 Jun 09  Myths … and the making of a climate bill

26 Jun 09  Scotland sets emissions cut target at 42%

23 Jun 09  ETS review body on hold for key report

23 Jun 09  Top UK scientist here to see NZ toes the line

23 Jun 09  Australian opposition stalls vote on emissions laws

23 Jun 09  In the House ...

19 Jun 09  Dunne: ETS report might be July or August ... or later

19 Jun 09  Filibustering may delay carbon trading vote

19 Jun 09  Australia unveils new renewable energy targets

19 Jun 09  Big emitters deny overstating carbon scheme cost

19 Jun 09  Brussels tries to charm NZ into action on ETS

19 Jun 09  US House may vote on climate bill next week

19 Jun 09  UN launches high-level climate and energy group

19 Jun 09  Study into impact of sugar policies on energy and food issues

16 Jun 09  Lawyers question claims by big Aussie miners

16 Jun 09  US debates climate change role of farms and forests

12 Jun 09  Where are our carbon credits, asks tribal group

12 Jun 09  New bill will ignite local biofuel debate

12 Jun 09  Aust firms not ready for carbon scheme, says survey

12 Jun 09  Canada to establish carbon trading market

12 Jun 09  Swedish PM calls for carbon taxes in Europe

12 Jun 09  New climate pact ‘unlikely’ in Copenhagen

9 Jun 09  US trading plans excite NZ forest owners

9 Jun 09  US connection boosts NZ Carbon Exchange

9 Jun 09  No need to rush climate laws, says Aust Opposition

5 Jun 09  Kiwi organisations unite to tackle climate change

2 Jun 09  Govt delays setting emissions target again, says Greenpeace

2 Jun 09  Climate change crisis 'catastrophic', says new report

2 Jun 09  Climate crisis like nuclear threat, say Nobel laureates

2 Jun 09  Turnbull tips Australian carbon trading by January

29 May 09  Climate change outburst embarrasses Act

29 May 09  Business leaders urge ambitious climate action

29 May 09  Report card: How the tech-execs rate

29 May 09  EU stands alone as world ponders carbon schemes

29 May 09  Forum: Cooler weather heats up debate

26 May 09  UN chief challenges business to create cleaner, greener economy

26 May 09  Uncertainty means forest industry taking a beating

26 May 09  Business group's climate change voice remains hushed

26 May 09  EU sugar crackdown could kill Fiji's carbon hopes

26 May 09  Our ETS already up and running, says law firm

26 May 09  Greens and Nationals aim to defeat Aussie emissions scheme

26 May 09  US climate change bill clears key hurdle

26 May 09  Obama’s new green guru under fire for climate U-turn

26 May 09  Business could push governments over the line on climate change

22 May 09  New book, new challenge to climate change

22 May 09  UPDATE: US cap and trade bill clears House committee

22 May 09  House panel set to clear US climate change bill

22 May 09  Banks who kept the faith look for carbon payday

22 May 09  European investors call for carbon trading revamp

19 May 09  US lawmakers formally unveil climate change bill

19 May 09  Big business lobbyists queue up on Capitol Hill

19 May 09  UN chief urges action on risk of natural disasters

15 May 09  GREENS 1: New Deal creates 42,000 jobs

15 May 09  ETS reviewers eye June date for report

15 May 09  US climate bill targets 15% renewables by 2020

12 May 09  Coal’s idea for tiny tax and trees given solid debunking

12 May 09  Australian carbon market does a disappearing act

12 May 09  Ethanol test for Obama backing science over politics

12 May 09  US climate bill unlikely to pass this year, say experts

12 May 09  Chauvel: We'll help National fix the mess

8 May 09  Aussie officials to visit amid calls to end NZ policy 'chaos'

8 May 09  UN must send strong signal, says climate minister

8 May 09  Carbon rules make it hard, says airline industry

5 May 09  Farming groups split on need for ETS

5 May 09  Solid Energy on trail of carbon accounting

5 May 09  US climate deniers push views of Kiwi academic

5 May 09  Rudd delays emissions trading till 2011

5 May 09  ETS should be suspended, says coalition

5 May 09  NZ can lead world in renewable energy, says expert

1 May 09  ETS certainty vital, says wind energy chief

1 May 09  Australian powerco in landmark carbon deal

1 May 09  Traders call for land-use offsets in climate deal

28 Apr 09  Forest focus wrong, institute tells ETS hearing

28 Apr 09  ETS will close mills, warn wood processors

28 Apr 09  Miliband calls for populist push in climate battle

24 Apr 09  Deforestation must stop, says power company

24 Apr 09  Obama launches push for green revolution

24 Apr 09  US Catholics organise against climate change

21 Apr 09  Climate deal fraught with problems, says EU envoy

21 Apr 09  Task force forms to create new green economy

17 Apr 09  Australia off target, say rebel scientists

17 Apr 09  UN chief urges world to look on the bright side

14 Apr 09  Foresters get carbon credits ... but what now?

14 Apr 09  State governor calls for carbon tax to fight warming

9 Apr 09  Cross-party pact vital for ETS, says Vector

9 Apr 09  Climate change could cost California billions

9 Apr 09  NZ shamed at Bonn talks, says Greenpeace

9 Apr 09  Government uncertainty over ETS must end, say Greens

7 Apr 09  NZ Steel seeks suspension of ETS

7 Apr 09  NZ 'rearranges deckchairs' while ice shelf melts

3 Apr 09  Dunne: With Labour, we'll reach ETS agreement

3 Apr 09  Carbon emissions trading core of US clean energy bill

3 Apr 09  Europe’s carbon trading scheme is working … just

3 Apr 09  Ministerial review of electricity market

31 Mar 09  We’re glad to be back, US tells Bonn summit

31 Mar 09  Obama invites big emitters to Washington forum

31 Mar 09  G20 leaders plan special climate change talks

27 Mar 09  Energy leader backs cross-party action on ETS

27 Mar 09  Obama might delay signing up to Copenhagen deal

27 Mar 09  Experts seek ways to make tourism eco-friendly

27 Mar 09  Greenpeace increases call for emission cuts

24 Mar 09  Energy leader calls for carbon tax solution

24 Mar 09  Harmonising Tasman emissions schemes could mean massive losses

24 Mar 09  Obama invests $2b in plug-in hybrids

20 Mar 09  World Bank appeals for water investment

17 Mar 09  Farmers want agriculture, food out of ETS

17 Mar 09  Opposition ups ETS pressure on Rudd government

17 Mar 09  Gore optimistic for climate deal in December

17 Mar 09  Threatened Maldives now aims to be carbon-neutral

13 Mar 09  Chauvel: Forget Australia and get on with our ETS

13 Mar 09  Opposition terriers get teeth into Rudd’s ETS

13 Mar 09  What the Australian ETS proposes …

13 Mar 09  US senators attack Obama’s cap-and-trade proposal

13 Mar 09  Angry EU farmers oppose livestock-gas tax

13 Mar 09  Stern: Climate change deniers are 'flat-earthers'

10 Mar 09  Foresters: We've had enough of uncertainty

10 Mar 09  Good week for the Roundtable

10 Mar 09  Low-carbon economy only way out, says Brown

10 Mar 09  Carbon trade wrong, says former BP chief

3 Mar 09  Key Business NZ manager now minister's ETS kingpin

3 Mar 09  Consumers get paid in US ‘cap and dividend’ scheme

3 Mar 09  Obama raises hopes for Copenhagen climate pact

3 Mar 09  New packaging accord on the horizon

27 Feb 09  Business group to push for interim green tax

27 Feb 09  Confused foresters lament lack of Government direction

27 Feb 09  Roundtable lines up Lomborg for second tour

27 Feb 09  Obama's commitment to ETS a signal to NZ

24 Feb 09  Invasive jatropha might have dodged NZ security net

24 Feb 09  Costs slow action on fixing Cook Strait cables

24 Feb 09  Aussies in dark on emissions effort, survey shows

20 Feb 09  Green ideology gets blame for tragic bushfires

20 Feb 09  Rudd ditches inquiry and sticks with emissions plans

17 Feb 09  Biofuels might speed up global warming, says study

13 Feb 09  ETS review beginning of the end, says Turnbull

13 Feb 09  ASX to launch trading in thermal coal futures

3 Feb 09  BP accused of watering down EU green agenda

3 Feb 09  Ngawha power station officially opens

30 Jan 09  EU puts plan for global carbon trading system

30 Jan 09  Gore urges action on US green agenda

27 Jan 09  Dairy farmers place orders for local biogas system

23 Jan 09  Mighty River chief takes on carbon management

23 Jan 09  ‘Optimistic’ UN chief greets new US president

23 Jan 09  Europe votes to ban toxic chemicals in pesticides

20 Jan 09  Obama has four years to save Earth, says climate expert

20 Jan 09  Major US companies put plan to cut carbon emissions

20 Jan 09  Defer the ETS to minimise job losses, says MEUG

16 Jan 09  Brownlee's biofuels backdown hurts tallow pioneer

16 Jan 09  Solid Energy: NZIER report all we funded

19 Dec 08  Confused forest owners keep planting plans on hold

19 Dec 08  No suspension of ETS - what the PM said

19 Dec 08  EU slashes emission caps on utilities, factories

19 Dec 08  Australian plan not enough, says influential minister

19 Dec 08  Rudd backs renewables and home power generation

19 Dec 08  Obama: Chu appointment shows we’re serious

18 Dec 08  PM indicates ETS law will not be suspended during review

16 Dec 08  Australia sets minimum target of 5% emissions cut

16 Dec 08  Dunne to bar time-wasters from ETS review hearings

16 Dec 08  Focus on climate, not O.J. or Paris Hilton, urges Gore

12 Dec 08  National will have an ETS, says Brownlee

12 Dec 08  Brownlee decision disappoints biofuel makers

12 Dec 08  Trading market key is infrastructure, says report

9 Dec 08  ETS review committee announced

9 Dec 08  Smith: we want consensus on climate change

9 Dec 08  Dunne at the helm: We need an ETS quickly

9 Dec 08  Buck: Forget ETS review, we're nearly out of time

9 Dec 08  Forest protection hopes fade at Poznan talks

9 Dec 08  Scotland comes up with ‘world leading’ climate bill

5 Dec 08  Nader: Why we need a global carbon tax

2 Dec 08  Religious leaders united in call for climate curbs

28 Nov 08  Anxious EMA wants to meet ministers on ETS review

28 Nov 08  Govt mum on position for Poznan

28 Nov 08  FORUM: How the world will look in 2025

25 Nov 08  Forest owners to confront new minister with facts

25 Nov 08  FORUM: more wind means more power

25 Nov 08  British climate change bill shows how it can be done

21 Nov 08  Hold on to your carbon credits, experts advise

21 Nov 08  NZ businesses told: Get used to it, carbon rules

21 Nov 08  Obama vows ‘new chapter’ in US climate change policy

21 Nov 08  British MPs pass landmark climate change bill

21 Nov 08  Business council not surprised by ETS review

18 Nov 08  ETS delay deal scuppers forestry project worth millions

18 Nov 08  Nats' ETS position changes from promise to preference

18 Nov 08  Electricity watchdog might be made independent

18 Nov 08  China outlines plans for domestic carbon trading

18 Nov 08  National reneges on climate change commitments

18 Nov 08  Greenpeace questions ‘missing’ portfolio

14 Nov 08  ETS uncertainty worries geothermal developers

14 Nov 08  Time to be climate-positive, NZ businesses told

14 Nov 08  FORUM: O'Reilly on leadership group

14 Nov 08  UN sees need for global body to tackle biodiversity

11 Nov 08  Time for another look at carbon tax, say farmers

11 Nov 08  ANALYSIS: Clark could follow in Blair's footsteps

7 Nov 08  UK wants carbon assessment standard to go world-wide

7 Nov 08  Concrete makers fear dose of the 'coal syndrome'

7 Nov 08  Obama 1: Dark days ahead for fossil fuels

7 Nov 08  New EU states team up against parts of climate plan

7 Nov 08  Canadian firms taking climate change seriously, says report

4 Nov 08  UK carbon standards move puts exporters under pressure

4 Nov 08  Steel manufacturer calls for global carbon regime

4 Nov 08  Ecology group slams Key's call for more growth

4 Nov 08  Science, agriculture and New Zealand's future - Anderton

4 Nov 08  Expert praises China's will to tackle climate change

4 Nov 08  Labour and National fail environmental test, say green groups

31 Oct 08  Crown Minerals eyes rich gas hydrates deposits

31 Oct 08  Exporters fear impact of European emissions decisions

31 Oct 08  NZ magnets might play part in Big Bang showcase experiment

31 Oct 08  Australian ETS not enough, says leading scientist

31 Oct 08  World business leaders back UN climate change deal

31 Oct 08  Goldman Sachs in pact with carbon-market firm Blue Source

31 Oct 08  Brits reluctant investors in climate change, says report

31 Oct 08  FORUM: The flawed economics of nuclear power

28 Oct 08  ETS will put us out of business, says horticulture chief

28 Oct 08  Officials working on plan if Bluff smelter is sold

28 Oct 08  Miliband bows to pressure on UK aviation and shipping emissions

28 Oct 08  Angry airlines condemn EU emissions decision

24 Oct 08  Contact puts $75 million price tag on carbon commitment

24 Oct 08  Financial crisis blurs Australian Treasury's carbon view

24 Oct 08  Climate change needs a Roosevelt ‘New Deal,’ says UN

24 Oct 08  EC eyes market solution to deforestation

22 Oct 08  Tsakounis Global to investigate JI coal methane projects in Australia.

21 Oct 08  WANTED: 10,000 rich investors to boost our country

21 Oct 08  Costs force Smart Drive innovator to look at US base

21 Oct 08  Nats promise electricity-first ETS by 2010

21 Oct 08  Parker: Nats won't, but we'll answer the questions

21 Oct 08  Biodeisel demand fuels price of wood waste

21 Oct 08  Environment will wither whoever wins US election

17 Oct 08  Nats and climate change: The unanswered questions

17 Oct 08  Nat's insulation snub huge setback, says health expert

17 Oct 08  National-Maori coalition raises major issues over fate of ETS

17 Oct 08  Northland, East Coast basins about to go to tender

17 Oct 08  Forests back in fashion as weapon to combat climate change

17 Oct 08  Experts warn Arab states of climate catastrophe

14 Oct 08  Nats won't back billion-dollar warm homes plan, says Smith

14 Oct 08  We're wasting our wood resource, says biofuel innovator

14 Oct 08  Financial crisis clouds EU's climate change plans

14 Oct 08  Top economist supports chamber's views on carbon taxes

10 Oct 08  First NZ carbon credits attract strong interest

10 Oct 08  Europe stand likely to boost carbon capture technology

10 Oct 08  Bluff smelter sale could mean big problems in the south

10 Oct 08  Climate change politicians to face the public

10 Oct 08  EU nods to credit crisis but remains tough on emissions

7 Oct 08  No need for panic-buying, Smith tells businesses

7 Oct 08  Time for green thinking on the economy, say Greens

3 Oct 08  Houston company buy-in will boost Contact Energy coal

3 Oct 08  Tax cuts eaten into by emissions trading

30 Sep 08  Big emitters play the waiting game with ETS

30 Sep 08  Millions of new jobs in green economy, says UN report

30 Sep 08  Hyundai to sell electric cars in New Zealand

26 Sep 08  Nats vow to sweep new broom through forest industry

26 Sep 08  Hydrogen economy tumbles down the NZ wish-list

26 Sep 08  Clean coal is like healthy cigarettes, says Gore

26 Sep 08  Water management leaking through the cracks

26 Sep 08  Bill to help aquaculture development passes

23 Sep 08  Market readies as NZUs about to go on line

23 Sep 08  New waste bill puts pressure on manufacturers

23 Sep 08  Copenhagen most important meeting since WWII, says Stern

19 Sep 08  Our ETS action outstrips nuclear stand, says international expert

19 Sep 08  National's fisheries policy hooks seafood industry

19 Sep 08  Key happy to back TZ1 trading legislation

19 Sep 08  FORUM: Is the door open for a carbon tax?

16 Sep 08  Carbon platform eyes start early next year

16 Sep 08  ETS picture becoming clearer for forest owners

16 Sep 08  US names climate change, newtech as high security risks

12 Sep 08  Don't wait for Nats' ETS, businesses told

12 Sep 08  Disappointed farmers vow to fight on ... but how?

12 Sep 08  Forest owners: Problems have not gone away

12 Sep 08  Garrett: Don't tinker with your new ETS law

12 Sep 08  Greenhouse gas emissions: What others are doing

12 Sep 08  REACTION: Greenhouse Policy Coalition - Emissions trading scheme is flawed

12 Sep 08  REACTION: Greens: ETS a first step, time for some big strides now

12 Sep 08  LETTER: Bad news for Ngai Tahu

11 Sep 08  Parliament passes emissions scheme into law

11 Sep 08  Businesses, wake up and smell the carbon

11 Sep 08  GOVERNMENT STATEMENT: Historic climate change legislation passes

11 Sep 08  REACTION: Good work on ETS, now get on with it, says business council

11 Sep 08  REACTION: Thank god that's over, now back to the climate, says Greenpeace

9 Sep 08  National promises ETS by 2010 - but fails to answer question on cap

9 Sep 08  Govt all talk and no action, says vehicle emissions group

9 Sep 08  NZ scientists unrecognised for work behind the scenes

9 Sep 08  Ecology group wants NZ ban on Brazilian biofuel

9 Sep 08  More details needed in National’s Environment Policy

5 Sep 08  Iwi leaders doubt ETS forest land dispute will spread

5 Sep 08  Govt: ETS forestry compo benefits large number of iwi

5 Sep 08  Tribal group challenges Parker's ETS support claim

5 Sep 08  National’s ETS changes: devilish cost in the detail

5 Sep 08  Rare glimpse of National's post-election ETS policy detail

5 Sep 08  Cynical politics around emissions trading scheme

2 Sep 08  Fishing industry questions new ETS free-units allocation

2 Sep 08  Ban hails UN climate panel on 20th anniversary

2 Sep 08  Maori Party against ETS bill: concern over subsidies, impacts on Maori land owners

2 Sep 08  Urban development discussion document published

29 Aug 08  Emissions scheme passes second reading

29 Aug 08  New report lists advantages of scrapping fossil fuel subsidies

26 Aug 08  Green Party statement

26 Aug 08  REACTION: Greenpeace welcomes Greens' decision

26 Aug 08  REACTION: Emissions trading will hurt, says coalition

26 Aug 08  Queenstown man heads for court to try to block ETS

26 Aug 08  NEW ROADS: Do we really need them, asks energy activist

26 Aug 08  New UN reports warns of costs of inaction on climate change

26 Aug 08  Kyoto Forest owners say they need ETS passed

26 Aug 08  Biodiversity critical in emissions trading scheme

26 Aug 08  Open letter to Jeanette Fitzsimons

22 Aug 08  Pass the ETS, greens, unions and business tell politicians

22 Aug 08  India accuses UN of bias as climate change talks resume

22 Aug 08  EMA: Greens right to ask for public guidance on emissions trading law

22 Aug 08  Labour's political agenda no reason to ram flawed ETS through

22 Aug 08  Landslide response to Greens' call for ETS input

22 Aug 08  ETS must pass despite weaknesses, says Greenpeace

19 Aug 08  Global leaders? We’re not even close, says carbon-footprint pioneer

19 Aug 08  Public happier with Personal Carbon Trading, study shows

15 Aug 08  Key’s energy message: We’ll give you all the electricity you need

15 Aug 08  ANALYSIS: Nats' policy shop - an open back door?

15 Aug 08  UN chief urges young people to take active role in climate change fight

15 Aug 08  AUGUST 19: Managing carbon for business

12 Aug 08  Wind-turbine pioneer sceptical about National policy

12 Aug 08  Nats to reveal energy policy this week

12 Aug 08  Flower growers face threat from EU emissions scheme

8 Aug 08  New UN report suggests how to boost cities’ resiliency to climate change

8 Aug 08  UK Carbon Reduction Commitment – a lesson for New Zealand firms

5 Aug 08  Forester warns farmers of get-rich-quick carbon hucksters

5 Aug 08  Time getting tight for Government's ETS bill

1 Aug 08  Biofuels player pulls $100m plug on New Zealand plant

1 Aug 08  Silicon-fuelled power stations one solution, says NZ scientist

1 Aug 08  Words in the House over ETS support talks

1 Aug 08  China enters pact with UK carbon trading player

1 Aug 08  Australians strongly back carbon trade scheme, poll shows

1 Aug 08  Firms found to be ill-prepared for cap-and-trade scheme

1 Aug 08  Former UN man joins IDEAcarbon

29 Jul 08  New members for GIAB announced

25 Jul 08  We'll fight for our forest rights, owners warn ETS policy-makers

25 Jul 08  ANALYSIS: Heavy emitters and National scoring major own goal

25 Jul 08  Minister stays mum on support for Biofuels bill

25 Jul 08  California joins major North American effort to curb greenhouse gases

25 Jul 08  Kyoto foresters seek assurances on Labour and National's carbon credit promises

22 Jul 08  Canadian PM under pressure as major province signs up with US emissions group

22 Jul 08  BBC TV about to air climate change the thriller

18 Jul 08  Tell us how to cope with ETS, Business Council urges Government

18 Jul 08  National Party hopeful targets Indonesian coal used at Huntly

18 Jul 08  Maori Party sticks to polluters-should-pay stance on ETS fuel plans

18 Jul 08  Long-haul airlines to get carbon relief from Europe

18 Jul 08  US power giant will spend $10b to slash gas emissions

18 Jul 08  Consider Aussie ETS before passing bill, say Nats

16 Jul 08  Parker, Swan meet tomorrow to talk emissions trading

16 Jul 08  REACTION: Green Paper gives cold comfort to those wanting to delay emissions trading

16 Jul 08  REACTION: NZ emission scheme should pick up some Aussie ideas, say forest owners

15 Jul 08  World won't buy ETS dream, top economist tells Aussies

15 Jul 08  ANALYSIS: Australian Green Paper: Will faces here go green or red?

15 Jul 08  Bush administration slams door on climate change

11 Jul 08  Poll shows most of us want action on climate change

11 Jul 08  NZIER-funded polling shows coalition deal may have to deliver ETS policy

11 Jul 08  ANALYSIS: The NZIER and friends' poll slip is showing

11 Jul 08  Roundtable: NZIER survey confirms ETS proposals lack support

8 Jul 08  Paper giant might fold and flee if NZ emissions scheme 'hostile'

8 Jul 08  Forest owners urge NZ to follow Garnaut carbon storage action

8 Jul 08  Garnaut review releases draft report

8 Jul 08  Did the ETS really cause big business to leak?: the Dutch evidence

8 Jul 08  India shapes up as second-biggest emitter, says report

4 Jul 08  Wind-generated electricity blows past 2007 figures

4 Jul 08  ANALYSIS: The Labour-National negotiation that should be under way

4 Jul 08  No horse trading on other issues in Govt - NZ First ETS negotiations

4 Jul 08  What’s it all about, mate, ask bewildered Aussies

1 Jul 08  Get on with it, unions tell business and politicians

1 Jul 08  Questions over SOE-funding of ETS reports

1 Jul 08  UN chief uses Kyoto to call for new climate change agreement by end of 2009

1 Jul 08  Blair calls for 'short steps' to climate change

1 Jul 08  Send ETS back to select committee, says Roy

27 Jun 08  Tokyo bourse carbon-permit trade hinges on Japan plan

27 Jun 08  Sustainable New Zealand: Rhetoric or Reality?

24 Jun 08  Hurry up’ report based on generalised assumptions

24 Jun 08  Pressure builds as minor parties decide where to stand on ETS

24 Jun 08  No local biofuel under proposed law - manufacturers

24 Jun 08  Poll shock: Most Britons doubt cause of climate change

23 Jun 08  NZDEUR weaker on back of low international interest

20 Jun 08  EU on target, but long-term emissions hopes look doubtful

20 Jun 08  Climate change fuelling conflict, increased refugees, says UN

20 Jun 08  Waste bill gives economic incentives

20 Jun 08  Call to Suspend Motorway Projects

18 Jun 08  Environment Commissioner supports amended ETS bill

18 Jun 08  Heavy emitters: ETS bill changes not sufficient

17 Jun 08  ETS amendments tinkering around the edges for forestry sector

16 Jun 08  ETS back in Parliament

16 Jun 08  National's full minitory report on ETS bill

13 Jun 08  Telling report appears on EU scheme on eve of NZ ETS bill debate

13 Jun 08  No carbon invoices, says Hyde

13 Jun 08  Forestry owners: Ministers claim of liabilities warning not true

13 Jun 08  Fewer trees unless govt changes policies

13 Jun 08  "Outrage" at AWE burning 17 million cu ft of natural gas daily at Taranaki

12 Jun 08  Heavy emitters' bull turned loose in Maori Party's china shop

12 Jun 08  New report: 2009 turning point for EU ETS, urges quick Phase 3 commitment

10 Jun 08  InterCity stalls its "carbon neutral" effort till after the election

10 Jun 08  Scoping work under way to enhance register for start of ETS

10 Jun 08  FORUM: Despite global warming gloom, every cloud has a green lining

9 Jun 08  $40m electricity price subsidy revealed, new geothermal on early

9 Jun 08  'Green’ car choices moving fleet market, though some execs still want the V6

9 Jun 08  National prepared to gut emissions trading scheme

9 Jun 08  United Future - Green sniping breaks out as Dunne continues his dance on ETS

9 Jun 08  US cap and trade bill dies in the Senate

9 Jun 08  National "trying to catch a fish with a teaspoon"?

6 Jun 08  Garnaut says excluding petrol from Australian ETS "unwise"

6 Jun 08  Memo NZIER: Millions of workers will benefit from strong climate change action

6 Jun 08  Heavy emitters must pray NZ doesn't follow Obama's ETS plan

6 Jun 08  EU Parliament looks at rules for carbon capture and storage

6 Jun 08  "Kill me": US Senate clerk(s) forced to read 492 page amendment to ETS bill

5 Jun 08  Technically hilarious, but Arnie delivers the big bucks benefits message on climate change

5 Jun 08  PM: Significant risks to export industries without ETS and sustainability

5 Jun 08  Bonn post-Kyoto treaty talks get underway

5 Jun 08  But who's protecting us from the gays?

5 Jun 08  Lieberman: We've got a fight ahead of us on US ETS bill

5 Jun 08  Heavy emitters group worries over carbon price

4 Jun 08  ETS bill goes on the block today at select committee

3 Jun 08  Conference-bolstered Greens going to play hard ball on ETS

3 Jun 08  Farm level obligation possible in ETS bill

3 Jun 08  Key reveals thoughts on "bastardised" ETS scheme to student blogger

3 Jun 08  Today's the day of the big debate on crucial United States ETS bill

3 Jun 08  Tokyo City may vote for own ETS this month

3 Jun 08  Transport sector advised to help shape next world emissions deal

30 May 08  EU experience shows cement industry's ETS worries 'exaggerated'

30 May 08  FORUM: Climate change sceptics call Government scientists "propagandists"

29 May 08  Farmers: Green move to get agriculture into ETS early "not a runner"

29 May 08  Dunne lines himself up for an anti-ETS bill vote, or a household protector victory

29 May 08  Stern's global climate change deal proposal

28 May 08  New US climate change bill will subsidise low-emission energy

28 May 08  EU Parliament committee votes overnight for tougher aviation ETS regime

28 May 08  Parker's full speech on climate change effects and impacts assessment

28 May 08  10 minutes of Glasnost with Gorbachev

28 May 08  Statesmen and stars feature at EU clean energy awards gala

28 May 08  G8 environment ministers fail to set emissions cut target

27 May 08  Parker rules out personal carbon rationing

27 May 08  Carbon labelling: Exports at risk from dirty dairying

26 May 08  Dunne does a dance on ETS costs to households

26 May 08  MOODY'S REPORT: ETS could affect heavy emitters' cedit ratings

26 May 08  Big investors call on US Congress to tackle climate issues

26 May 08  Continued tax incentives for renewables expected to boost growth 20%

23 May 08  EXCLUSIVE - National answers questions on ETS: No bill backing even if it gets all it wants

23 May 08  EU move toward carbon labelling all imports a major wake up call for New Zealand

22 May 08  Govt's moratorium won't affect electricity supply - Caygill

22 May 08  Delaying the ETS risks electricity security , delays to win energy investment

22 May 08  Symbolic Australia emission credit trade at $19 paves way for new ETS market

22 May 08  Tanczos to stay till election - new waste tax priority policy

22 May 08  Former electricity executive new Commerce Commission CEO

21 May 08  Ka kite Rio Tinto….kia ora ETS

21 May 08  Deforestation Risk Overstated

21 May 08  Top climate change academics shun National's bid to delay ETS

21 May 08  Governor vetos third bid to expand Kansas coal plant

21 May 08  Lawmaker alleges White House role in stopping California emissions law

20 May 08  Charles: We've got 18 months to stop climate change disaster

20 May 08  Who pays for climate change?

19 May 08  Let’s cool it, says Key, and sends ETS into a spin

19 May 08  Nats could be punished, say environment groups

19 May 08  Trading in the dark is no place for the nervous

19 May 08  Regulating greenhouse gases will generate a lot of money -- who should get it?

16 May 08  The Global carbon trading market takes flight

16 May 08  Emissions trading scheme must proceed

14 May 08  Angry Greens ask Government: Is it us or them?

14 May 08  Select committee probing fate of refrigeration gases in ETS

14 May 08  Big landowners take centre stage at ETS hearings

13 May 08  Smelter submission actually supports ETS, makes special pleadings

13 May 08  Little point in NZ carbon trading currency, says business group

13 May 08  Parker: Clean green energy important to Rio Tinto

13 May 08  Farmers Relieved At Supply Beyond 2013

12 May 08  Dairy operator eyes $75m loss without forestry offset scheme

12 May 08  Nats deny any ETS deal with Government

12 May 08  Most Kiwis believe big emitters running the climate change show

12 May 08  Can National really make the tough calls on climate change?

9 May 08  New poll: Kiwis like ETS delays but want heavy emitters to pay now

9 May 08  Government disputes $80b 'carbon tax' windfall claim

9 May 08  ANALYSIS: Will Don Elder today spell out his dream for New Zealand?

8 May 08  New World Bank Report : Carbon market value doubles to US$64b in a year

8 May 08  Changes to Kyoto last straw for forest owners

8 May 08  Greenpeace: Don't subsidise polluting industries

8 May 08  Government confused over transport – Sustainable Energy Forum

7 May 08  Government ETS moves will batter forestry Kyoto credit values

7 May 08  Stock exchange chief looks to the futures

7 May 08  Non-committal Nats happy to play the waiting game

7 May 08  Pandering, polluting, unprincipled – and popular

7 May 08  Dutch mull over specific greenhouse gases for taxation

7 May 08  Asia's disappearing rainforests ‘an appalling crisis’

6 May 08  Water, water everywhere … but it’s running out

6 May 08  US ponders what to do with millions of out-of-date TVs

5 May 08  Nation’s biggest newspaper comes out for Forum advice on emissions trading scheme

5 May 08  US report shows cap-and-trade scheme won't hit economy, boosts pressure to pass bill

5 May 08  US airlines face $9 billion carbon bill by 2020

2 May 08  Exporter: Food miles ploy major threat to UK halal meat trade

2 May 08  Tree-mendous ... Charles to check on our forests

1 May 08  NZIER sets cat among political pigeons

1 May 08  ETS impact ‘like a major war’ – Act leader Hide

1 May 08  Political realities mean emissions scheme phase in slower than desirable

1 May 08  UN 1: Ban Ki-moon to lead task force to tackle global food crisis

30 Apr 08  ETS will lead to more forests and cleaner air and water

29 Apr 08  EMA: "Carbon trade proposals could destroy economy"

29 Apr 08  Tackling drought crucial in finding food crisis solution - UN

28 Apr 08  Scientists: Stop doubting and let us all get on with it

28 Apr 08  We're five times greener than the Aussies

24 Apr 08  Greens cool down on coal, but still hot on emissions

24 Apr 08  ACT leader dismisses ETS legislation as ‘a rort’

24 Apr 08  Whitehall issues security warning over changing climate

24 Apr 08  Blame it all on climate change, says Annan

23 Apr 08  Carbon storage in soil being researched: Major benefits possible for landowners

23 Apr 08  Green Party pledges to shut Huntly, hobble coal industry

23 Apr 08  ANALYSIS: Potential political fall out from Green’s shock coal policy

23 Apr 08  Nashville boffins to probe your carbon footprint

22 Apr 08  Climate change 'a problem for now'

22 Apr 08  Democracy undermined by spying

21 Apr 08  Wellington City decides on carbon credit revenue plan from town belts, forests

21 Apr 08  Parker: Industry protection under ETS being considered

21 Apr 08  World ETS expert: global trading needed or ETS unsustainable

21 Apr 08  THE FOOD CRISIS: Long term challenges says Rice

18 Apr 08  Genesis to build new $420m thermal plant unless regulations say not to

18 Apr 08  ANALYSIS: World food problem: Business as usual not an option

17 Apr 08  Bush sets 2025 as year for nil US emissions growth

17 Apr 08  State landlords must go green

17 Apr 08  ANALYSIS: High hopes for the Lieberman-Warner ETS bill in the US

16 Apr 08  Government working on eco claim system, Mallard may look at new accord on packaging

15 Apr 08  MP: Parachutes coming out on bio fuel imports

15 Apr 08  A good new corporate v green group spy story

14 Apr 08  US Government ETS revenue windfall $1.13 trillion: new official estimate

14 Apr 08  Clark: Jury out on opponents' support for ETS, climate change policies

14 Apr 08  No need for NZ to drag feet on biofuels

11 Apr 08  EXCLUSIVE: $18b windfall for NZ government from ETS

11 Apr 08  ETS will hit steel mill profits by $60m a year - $1 billion investment deferred

11 Apr 08  New price control and investment law for utilities

10 Apr 08  Mexico gets World Bank’s first climate change loan

8 Apr 08  The scrap is still on over who gets new $10m a year waste tax revenue

8 Apr 08  GreenAir Fund pitches for major new forestry emision unit business

7 Apr 08  UK Trade Minister: tariffs threat could gain momentum if market doesn’t work

7 Apr 08  Emissions specialist: manadatry rules needed on emissions calculations

4 Apr 08  Carbon News discovers "book-and-claim" scheme answer to bio-fuels impasse

4 Apr 08  Simple standard will deliver net bio-fuel gains - Fitzsimons

4 Apr 08  ‘Green’ car conference a sham – expert

4 Apr 08  Parliamentary Commissioner: Biofuel Bill should not proceed

4 Apr 08  Smith: End the mad rush on the bio fuels bill

4 Apr 08  Dunne: slam the brakes on biofuels

4 Apr 08  Climate change "motorway" to higher value production

4 Apr 08  Mallard speech: Sustainable development at a sustainable price

4 Apr 08  Nine major ETS risks indetified in UK report

3 Apr 08  A slippery sort of "come out of the closet day" of climate change politics

3 Apr 08  Consultation on climate change measures continues

3 Apr 08  Professor reviewing forestry offset scheme proposal

2 Apr 08  No timeframe on exploiting southern lignite fields

2 Apr 08  Bangkok talks warned little time remains for climate change solution

2 Apr 08  Clark, Rudd to jointly address Auckland climate change conference

1 Apr 08  Insolvency threatens Maori forest owners

1 Apr 08  EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: ‘Conflicts? What conflicts?’ – John Palmer

1 Apr 08  No need for NZ to drag feet on biofuels

1 Apr 08  Family Party to oppose carbon tax

31 Mar 08  Skids under government’s bio-fuels mandate

31 Mar 08  Roger Kerr: Saving the Planet Must Not Cost the Earth

31 Mar 08  Forum explores low-carbon futures for local government

28 Mar 08  Posnett defends bio-fuels' New Zealand role

26 Mar 08  Environmental protests knock millions off Solid Energy's bottom line

26 Mar 08  Three pillars to Wong’s emissions policy

26 Mar 08  Now it’s petrol giving the Aussies cold feet

26 Mar 08  Greenpeace occupies coal ship; calls for real action on climate change

25 Mar 08  Ministry RFP reveals plan to measure tourism's GHG footprint

25 Mar 08  FULL VERSION: Discussion paper on the Australian Emissions Trading Scheme

20 Mar 08  Self-assessment the Kiwi ETS maxim

20 Mar 08  Official timetable for introducing Australia's ETS

20 Mar 08  The full bill: Climate Change (Emissions Trading and Renewable Preference)

20 Mar 08  Hansard debate record on the first reading of the NZ ETS bill

19 Mar 08  No swerving from ETS – Cullen

19 Mar 08  Could Clark deliver a personal climate change tax credit?

19 Mar 08  Anderton says survey shows deforestation reducing

18 Mar 08  Forestry, agriculture may not be in Aussie ETS

18 Mar 08  TZ1 trading platform ready, registry launches April

18 Mar 08  Key backs ETS – with balance

18 Mar 08  FRANKLIN SPECIAL INTERVIEW: US well down the climate track

18 Mar 08  Forestry offsetting gains "overwhelming" support

18 Mar 08  Business leader says to trust prices to look after the environment

18 Mar 08  Independent scientists essential for innovation fund integrity

17 Mar 08  Business wants New Zealand to go nuclear on emission credits

17 Mar 08  EXCLUSIVE PROFILE: The young millionnaire behind Green Carbon

17 Mar 08  MPs on track to get emissions bill back to House June 10

17 Mar 08  Bio fuel makers: vaibility seriously at risk

16 Mar 08  Blair back on big nation campaign for bold global deal

15 Mar 08  Big voter thumbs up for red-tape cutting on infrastructure projects

12 Mar 08  Corporate tax group's views on treatment of New Zealand emission trading units

12 Mar 08  Climate Change natural - unstoppable

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