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MARKET LATEST: NZUs $64.95

Friday - SPOT NZUs opened at $64.70 bid and $65.10 offered on CommTrade this morning, after last fixing at $64.95.
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MBIE seeks feedback on making the display of clean vehicle information compulsory

Friday - A consultation document outlining four options for how Clean Vehicle information should be displayed to consumers was released by The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) yesterday.

Housing group takes out top prize at Sustainable Business Awards

Friday - Community Finance Ė a collaboration between philanthropic foundations, financial institutions, community housing provides and the Ministry for Housing Ė received the supreme award at the Sustainable...

10 YEARS AGO...

Friday - Ten years ago, the Australian government announced that any decisions about the development of seam coal gas or large scale mining operations would be based on rigorous science.

WORTH NOTING...

Friday - It's now or never, if you want to have the Taking responsibility for our waste - consultation document. Submissions close today.

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The Arctic Ocean began warming decades earlier than previously thought

Friday - The Arctic Ocean has been warming since the onset of the 20th century, decades earlier than instrument observations would suggest, according to new research.

How to cope in a world of climate disasters, trauma and anxiety: Yale psychologist

Friday - Climate change is changing how human beings live on the earth as floods, wildfires and extreme weather change the land and destroy property.

China's carbon emissions fall for first time since COVID lockdowns: report

Friday - China's CO2 emissions fell in the third quarter for the first time since the country reopened from COVID-19 lockdowns, research published Thursday showed, in what experts said could mark a carbon...

Is Norway a climate hypocrite?

Friday - In many ways, Norway is exceptionally green. About 95% of its electricity comes from hydropower, and nearly all the rest from other renewables such as thermal and wind.

Australian climate activists battling increased repression and surveillance

Friday - A new report has highlighted the escalating threats and harsh penalties facing those calling for climate action in Australia.

Decomputerise to decarbonise - a debate we can't avoid: opinion

Friday - Itís time to talk about technologies seen as clean that may be causing our planet significant harm

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Fish & Game supports calls for forestry re-focus

Friday - Media Release - Fish & Game NZ is supporting calls for an urgent rethink on the...

Timaruís on-demand public transport hits 200,000 ride milestone

Friday - Media Release - Timaruís on-demand public transport hits 200,000 ride milestone...

Auckland's living bus shelters coming to life

Thursday - Two of Aucklandís bus shelters have come to life with more than 1000 plants...

Climate change awareness not matched by action

Tuesday - Media Release - We know we must do better by the planet, but when will we...

Global fisheries even worse than thought

Monday - Media Release - The decline in fish populations is far worse than previously...

International unions call for jobs to be at centre of a just transition

19 Nov 21 - Media Release - The COP26 climate agreement acknowledged the science,...

New Zealandís first carbon zero hospital unveiled

18 Nov 21 - Fortť Hospital in Christchurch has been named New Zealandís first ToitŻ...

Signature Homes tackles carbon emissions from home construction

18 Nov 21 - Media Release - Signature Homes has signalled its intention to mitigate its...

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