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Aussies polish off green (but not as clean) Kiwis

8 Mar 19 - It mightn’t be greener, but Australia is cleaner than New Zealand, a new report says.

ANALYSIS: Australians' vote will affect carbon market

30 Aug 13 - The 2013 Federal Election in Australia will have a significant impact on Australian carbon markets, regardless of who wins, Westpac says.

News from Europe boosts prices

11 Nov 11 - Carbon markets rallied early this week as news filtered out of Europe of Greek PM George Papandreou's resignation and the promised departure of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.

How they're stealing OPEC's trillion-dollar profits

24 Jun 11 - By Keith Kohl , of Energy & Capital. As if we didn't have enough anger towards OPEC, the trillion dollars they'll make this year from oil exports takes our ire to a whole new level.

Europe emerges as main buyer of NZ carbon credits

22 Jan 10 - New Zealand sold more than 1.5 million Kyoto carbon credits offshore last year, and bought just over 400,000 from other countries.

India remeasures emissions - pile of money to be made in clean energy

4 Sep 09 - Number-crunchers are uncovering India's advantage in limiting industrial pollution, and the consequent leg up that new Indian clean energy companies will have.

Companies reporting sustainability data enjoy higher gross margins

PWc study shows medium return on assets 4% higher for CSR companies

13 Jun 08 - Companies that report sustainability data generally experience higher gross margins and return on sales, higher return on assets, and stronger cash flow and rising shareholder return.


Successfully enticing solution seeker consumers to grocery stores

A Trader Joes store opens in New York .. LOHAs approach boosts market share
Photo Credit: x=eyedblonde

22 Apr 08 - By Patti Marshman-Goldblatt, Senior Vice President, NMI - As grocery outlets try to lure customers by offering greater selection, price reductions and differentiating shopping experiences;...

IDEAcarbon Credit Rating

22 Apr 08 - Credit ratings are an essential tool in any investment process. IDEAcarbon ratings provide a rigorous analysis of the risk profile of individual carbon assets and asset portfolios.

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

Senator Joe Lieberman .. indepedence and trust gets cap and trade bill up front
Photo Credit: Leiberman

17 Apr 08 - By Emily Farnwort. - The °Climate Group recently held its first North American members meeting with attendance from over 50 leading businesses, states and cities. The conversation was centered on...

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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...

Timaru’s on-demand public transport hits 200,000 ride milestone

Friday - Media Release - Timaru’s on-demand public transport hits 200,000 ride milestone...

Auckland's living bus shelters coming to life

Thursday - Two of Auckland’s 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

22 Nov 21 - 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 Zealand’s first carbon zero hospital unveiled

18 Nov 21 - Forté Hospital in Christchurch has been named New Zealand’s first Toitû...

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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