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Daily New Zealand carbon market review from broker Jarden. Jarden's live market prices service is here


Wednesday - SPOT NZUs opened at $63.75 bid and $65.00 offered on CommTrade this morning, after last fixing at $64.50.
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Carbon News national

Investment in infrastructure key to achieving circular economy

Wednesday - If New Zealand is to achieve a low carbon, circular economy it needs to invest in infrastructure that enables the reprocessing and redistribution of goods and materials, according to a report being released by the Sustainable Business Network today.


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


Wednesday - Ten years ago, the OECD praised the Lake Taupo Water Quality Trading Scheme but said the country was sitting on an environmental time-bomb caused by agricultural nutrients polluting our waterways.

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Biden to announce ‘good news’ on $100bn UN climate fund

Wednesday - United States President Joe Biden is expected to announce “good news” on addressing a shortfall in a $100bn global climate fund, a UN official said on Monday following a closed-door meeting on the...

Coal prices surge as power crunch upends effort to cut emissions

Wednesday - Prices for coal are surging around the world as a shortage of natural gas spurs demand for the dirtiest fossil fuel to generate electricity.

One in five Australian carbon credits junk: study

Wednesday - About 20% of carbon credits created under the federal Coalition’s main climate change policy do not represent real cuts in carbon dioxide and are essentially “junk”, new research suggests.

First credits sold under Queensland's carbon scheme

Graziers Robert and Nadia Campbell are the first landholders to sell carbon credits to the Queensland government.

Wednesday - A central Queensland couple has become the first to sell carbon credits under the state government's Land Restoration Fund (LRF).

German automakers sued over climate

Wednesday - German activists have filed a lawsuit against automakers BMW and Daimler for refusing to tighten carbon emissions targets, the first time German citizens have sued private companies for exacerbating...

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Sinking lid on hydrofluorocarbon

Wednesday - Media Release - As part of moves to reduce the use of harmful greenhouse gases,...

Clean Vehicles Bill passes first checkpoint

Wednesday - Media Release - The Land Transport (Clean Vehicles) Amendment Bill will help...

NZ company gets Aussie grant for waste to building material plant

Tuesday - Media Release - New Zealand company saveBOARD has received a A$1.74 million...

Minister must ditch Clean Vehicle Bill: National

Monday - Media Release - The Motor Industry Association’s withdrawal of support for...

Organic NZ Award winners

Monday - Media Release - In an online event hosted by Ruud "the Bugman" Kleinpaste, six...

Refinery closure will increase barrier to low emissions transport

Friday - Media Release - The announcement that the Marsden refinery is to be closed will...

Lack of action on climate stressing out young people

Friday - Media Release - Parents for Climate Aotearoa (P4CA) with a weary heart welcome...

Wetlands imperiled as Govt caves to industry: Forest & Bird

16 Sep 21 - Media Release - Forest & Bird is calling out the Government for backtracking on...

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