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Friday - SPOT NZUs opened at $64.80 bid and $66.00 offered on CommTrade this morning, after last fixing at $65.00.
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Carbon News national

Aotearoa first country to pass climate reporting law

Friday - AOTEAROA has become the first country in the world to pass a law requiring companies to disclose climate-related risks and opportunities.

NZ study finds airborne microplastics directly impact climate change

Microplastics air sampler at Birdlings Flat

Friday - New Zealand scientists recently found that microplastics – which are in our rivers, oceans, and land – are also in the air we breathe. Now local scientists have discovered airborne microplastic...


Friday - Ten years ago, a plan to power Stewart Island with 100% renewable energy - including a wave-energy plant - was announced.


Friday - A list of talks, events, conferences and consultations relating to climate change in the coming weeks.

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Document leak reveals nations lobbying to change key climate report

Friday - A huge leak of documents seen by BBC News shows how countries are trying to change a crucial scientific report on how to tackle climate change.

70% of sustainability experts expect bleak climate future: survey

Friday - Around 70% of the world’s top sustainability experts remain pessimistic about the future of the planet and humanity’s ability to avert disasters due to climate change. In a new poll, the experts...

European MPs push for binding methane target

Friday - The European Parliament yesterday passed a resolution calling for a binding international agreement limiting methane emissions to be agreed on at next month's COP26 in Glasgow.

Greenpeace chief warns of ‘greenwashing’ at UN climate talks

Friday - The head of environmental group Greenpeace on Thursday warned against efforts by countries and corporations at the forthcoming U.N. climate talks in Glasgow to “greenwash” their ongoing pollution of...

With models under $5,000, China accounts for half the world's electric car sales

Friday - Soaring sales of electric vehicles (EVs) in China are driving the global trend away from combustion engines, the latest figures show.

French oil giant accused of downplaying climate risk

Friday - French oil company TotalEnergies knew at least 50 years ago about a link between burning fossil fuels and global warming, researchers have said.

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NZ dairy industry linked to illegal Indonesian palm oil plantations: Greenpeace

Friday - Media Release - A new report released today by Greenpeace Indonesia, " Deceased...

Victoria University Prof joins Bill Gate's Breakthrough Energy Fellows

Wednesday - Media Release - Dr Franck Natali, Associate Professor at Te Herenga...

Climate aid boost the wrong move at the wrong time: National

19 Oct 21 - Media Release - The Government’s decision to commit $1.3 billion over four...

Climate aid boost a fantastic outcome: Oxfam

19 Oct 21 - Media Release - Today's announcement is a fantastic outcome for communities on...

Sustainable transport key to combating climate change: UN

The latest VanMoof - eat your heart out Tesla drivers! (That's not the UN speaking.)

15 Oct 21 - Media Release - From electric cars and buses to zero-carbon producing energy...

Contract awarded to power NZ Battery investigation

14 Oct 21 - A consortium of specialist firms has been awarded a major contract to advance...

Cash injection For ‘pine to natives’ forest conversion project

14 Oct 21 - The country’s largest ‘pine to natives’ forest conversion project has been...

Trade can play pivotal role in tackling climate change: UN

13 Oct 21 - A new United Nations report has underscored an urgent need for economies in the...

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