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JAMES SHAW: A year of living hopefully

10 Dec 18 - Climate minister James Shaw arrives in Poland today for international climate negotiations. This time last year he was a brand-new minister, just three weeks into the job and announcing on the world stage that New Zealand would be carbon-neutral by 2050.

Norman hopes for more action ... this time for real

Russel Norman ... the move makes sense.

14 Sep 15 - Russel Noman is chucking in politics for protest. And the 48-year-old MP – co-leader of the Green Party for nine years – could be forgiven for thinking that joining an organisation that operates on direct action might be the only way to get any real action on climate change.

The Carbon Traders: Lizzie Chambers, Carbon Match

Lizzie Chambers ... emissions trading works.

17 Jun 11 - The newcomer to the New Zealand carbon trading scene believes it is a market destined to grow.

The Carbon Traders 4: Richard Hayes, EITG

Richard Hayes ... satisfying contracts.

20 Aug 10 - Richard Hayes’ experience in technology and interest in environmental offsetting are combining to do good things.

The Carbon Traders 3: Wayne King, Carbon Market Solutions

Wayne King ... huge sales in the bag.

13 Aug 10 - Wayne King has been behind some of the biggest carbon deals in New Zealand, but he got into the business almost by accident.

The Carbon Traders 2: Simon Young, Karo Group/EcoSecurities

Simon Young ... early beginner.

6 Aug 10 - Simon Young got into carbon through his habit of studying a supply chain from go to whoa.

The Carbon Traders 1: Nigel Brunel, OMFinancial

Nigel Brunel ... loves new markets.

30 Jul 10 - Nigel Brunel is not a typical greenie. In fact until recently, he would probably have been insulted to be called one. But then he discovered carbon, and started thinking about how putting a price on greenhouse gases could really change the world.


Dunajtschik: The shy man behind the nation's newest, biggest green building

Dunajtschik .. even future-proofing the carparks in case public transport takes over

10 Apr 08 - Publicity-shy Mark Dunajtschik, an Austrian by birth, is now often considered the only individual in New Zealand who can cause a major new building to happen on the strength of a handshake

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

John Palmer ... no difficulty in chairing carbon-challenged coal and airline busineses
Photo Credit: Solid Energy

1 Apr 08 - No conflicts or contradictions over the pending emissions trading scheme (ETS) arise from John Palmer’s chairmanship of both state-owned collier Solid Energy (SE) and mostly-state-owned airline Air...

EXCLUSIVE PROFILE: The young millionnaire behind Green Carbon

Seeby Woodhouse ... long term aim to generate own emission credits
Photo Credit: Green Carbon

17 Mar 08 - By Hugh de Lacy - The trauma of an 11-year-old only child seeing his parents all but ruined by the 1987 sharemarket crash is what drove Seeby Woodhouse into a hugely successful entrepreneurial...

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Ipsos Earth Day Report 2024 - NZ Edition

Today 10:30am - Media release | Ipsos, one of the world’s leading market research companies,...

AgriZeroNZ investment in biolumic to shine light on low emissions pasture solution

Friday - Media release | AgriZeroNZ, the joint venture fast-tracking emissions reduction...

Agriculture needs innovation to stay open for business

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Emissions Trading Scheme underperforming - study

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Planned plant to produce low emissions fuel a step closer

10 Apr 24 - Media release | Plans to build New Zealand’s first plant to produce low...

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Plug-in hybrid vehicles sales on the rise in Australia

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Business survey: Only a third of small Kiwi businesses prioritising climate action

5 Apr 24 - Media release | Even though small businesses know there are benefits to taking...

Scrapping Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary a ‘huge blow’ for marine protection

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Legal activists double down on greenwashing claims against Z Energy

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New record for NZ’s costliest weather events

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Historic data reveals unprecedented heatwaves

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Govt announcements make this a bad week for the climate

11 Mar 24 - Media release | “The Government has made a series of announcements this week...

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