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  • Now's the time to go green, bank tells business
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  • History shows we can handle it, says CCC chief
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  •             EDS climate conference 2020
  • Upton, Parker - Nats stopped the ETS working
  • NZ needs to do more, says High Commissioner
  • Shaw talking tough on carbon budgets
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  •         The House
  • Carbon dividend would be “socially progressive”: Shaw
  • Bill requires finance sector to disclose climate risks
  • Construction sector latest focus for emissions cuts
  •         Policy Development
  • Limits could be placed on NZU stockpiles
  • Call for finance sector regulation
  • NZ Initiative: leave it to the ETS
  •             2020 ETS reforms
  • Action on auction bill
  • Nats to Shaw: Why the late change, Minister?
  • Govt looking again at reserve price for auctions
  •             Zero-carbon bill
  • Expert warns against offshore credits sprees
  • We're different from them, say pig farmers
  • Young campaigners see nation adopt carbon laws
  •             ETS Review 2018
  • Shaw sings songs of praise for trading scheme
  • Govt opposed ClimCom in cash-or-credits case
  • Government stalls as carbon price hits high
  •             ETS Bill hearings
  • Hope from Europe
  • NZ lags badly in marine protection
  • ETS bill has October deadline
  •                 ETS Review Submissions
  • Dairy firms see ETS dates clashing
  • Zero carbon bill submissions open
  • Shipowners want out of 'unfair' ETS
  •             ETS review 2018
  •         International
  • Reducing emissions could save tens of millions of lives
  • The peacemaking potential of climate change
  • Avoiding the potential pitfalls of lab-grown meat
  •             New Zealand
  • New centre for sustainable finance launched
  • Aggressive marketing drives popularity of utes
  • Further onshore gas exploration possible
  •             Australia
  • World Heritage Committee 'postpones the inevitable' with Great Barrier Reef decision
  • Offshore wind turbines could make Australia an energy superpower
  • Canberra attacks Europe's carbon plans
  •             United States
  • Growing calls for Climate Change Corps
  • Cars in US now as big as WWII tanks
  • The huge sequestration potential of regenerative farming
  •             China
  • China avoids coal projects in Belt and Road for first time
  • Introducing China’s carbon market
  • China's carbon market tops 210 million yuan in first-day trading
  •             Europe
  • Carbon tariffs ‘not a bad thing’: WWF
  • EU's electricity demand jumps but emissions steady
  • Analysts raise EU carbon price forecasts
  •             United Kingdom
  • Call for compulsory assessment of embodied carbon emissions
  • Increase in number of slow moving storms linked to climate change
  • UK e-bike boom
  •             Canada
  • India skips vital pre-Cop26 meeting
  • Carbon negative concrete developed
  • Tar sands companies aim for ‘net zero’ by 2050
  •             Asia
  • Climate change threatens pomegranates in their land of origin
  • India urges rich countries to slash per capita emissions
  • Bangladesh ditches coal-fired power plant plans
  •             Antarctic/Arctic
  • Lorde urges climate action ahead of new book on Antarctica trip
  • Greenland’s ice loss likely to hit 12,000-year high
  • Melting Arctic needs new name to match reality
  •             Pacific
  • Pacific Island bid for carbon price on shipping fails to gain support
  • Climate change a Pacific reality
  • Air Tahiti Nui offers CarbonClick offsets
  •             Oceans
  • Climate change playing havoc with Chagos Archipelago
  • Warming waters could see fewer common fish
  • Map of uncharted ocean beds takes shape
  •             Cities
  • Carbon-positive Otago plan before council
  • Councils debating Climcom recommendations
  • Grass keeps cities cool when heat goes on
  •             Africa
  • Madagascar famine solely due to climate change
  • Climate action must take into account women’s right to land
  • Uganda's charcoal boom threat to health
  •             South America
  • First ecosystem with its own insurance policy
  • Amazon rainforest releasing more carbon than it stores
  • Technology boosts efforts to curb tree loss in Amazon
  •             IPCC
  • Political 'retreat' on climate action harms all nations, says UN climate chief
  • NZ joins pledge that includes increasing 2030 emissions target
  • IPCC: the dirty tricks faced by scientists over three decades
  •             COP 21
  • COMMENT: Great, now all we need is a plan
  • NZ leads charge for world carbon market
  • Treaty emerges from battle of the verbs
  •             COP 22
  • NZ doctor gives Marrakech a message
  • Marrakech marks the start of a new era ... but going where?
  • Musings from Marrakech ...
  •             COP 23
  • After Bonn, five things to watch for in the coming year
  • Bonn talks bring a poison pill for Poland
  • Bonn summit slow and steady but King Coal looms
  •             COP 24
  • Stage set for humanity’s two most crucial years
  • NZ and Europe to strengthen market cooperation
  • Anti-climate change strongmen still on the outer
  •             COP 25
  • Shaw criticises 'handful of countries'
  • Kyoto credits threaten Paris Agreement
  • Shaw expects late move on carbon trading
  •             COP26
  • Will COP26 be delayed, again?
  • UK calls for net--zero by 2050
  • Vaccine hold-up threatens representation at climate talks
  •             Paris Agreement
  • Climate scientists meet as fires, floods and heatwaves batter Earth
  • Climate pledges a long way from 1.5deg, UN warns
  • Millions will die if world fails on climate promises
  •            Sectors
  •             Election 2020
  • Shaw 'odds-on' as minister, says Simpson
  • Business makes bid for $7.23 billion
  • The four who could be our next climate minister
  •             Election 2017
  • Carbon price set to break through $19 mark
  • WINSTON'S THE WORD: What NZ First leader wants
  • Furious farmers should get with the programme
  •             Editorial comment
  • EDITORIAL: Nature, enter us...
  • EDITORIAL: Into the red
  • EDITORIAL: All aboard!
  •             Letters
  • Adani world’s biggest owner and contractor of solar farms
  • LETTERS: Let's not waste this opportunity
  • LETTERS: Food in plastic
  •             Energy
  • G20 climate and energy ministers split over coal exit
  • Convert Marsden Point to produce bio-crude: Bioenergy Assoc
  • Climate change action will create millions of jobs
  •             Agriculture
  • Biogas proposals risk locking in unsustainable agriculture: groups claim
  • Climate change slashes agricultural productivity
  • How our eating is causing global deforestation
  •             Industry
  • 'We hear you,' Govt tells worried manufacturers
  • Tyre burner cements in emissions cuts
  • Emissions 'return to normal', says Fletcher Building
  •             Latest science
  • Progress being made on lowering cost of green hydrogen
  • NASA finds definitive proof of climate change
  • Temperatures to soar for half a billion people
  •             Carbon emissions
  • Carbon zero claims come under scrutiny
  • Shopify backs underground sequestration of GHGs
  • Proof it's business-as-usual for emissions
  •             Transport
  • Fancy checking out an e-bike?
  • Joint venture to build electric passenger-plane
  • Shell to link execs' pay to climate performance
  •             Forestry
  • Proving that taking care of forest pays carbon dividends
  • WELLINGTON: Should we hold 'em?
  • Norway hikes cash for rainforests, seeking corporate help to slow losses
  •             Fishing
  •             Water
  • Government ignores experts in water plan
  • Tough new water laws put heat on farmers
  • WATER WARNING: We don't yet have the answers
  •             Business
  • How nature and business can boost each other
  • Microsoft can’t achieve climate goals alone
  • Think covid-19 disrupted food chain? Wait and see ...
  •             Weather
  • Weather events shown to be climate change related in record time
  • Cyclones could last longer in a warmer world
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  •             Waste
  • Incinerator could go carbon-negative
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  • INDUSTRY: cut emissions by improving rubbish collection
  •             Finance
  • Farage...from Ukip leader to green finance spokesman
  • Mercury makes new green bond offer
  • Japanese bank bids for Green Climate Fund partnership
  •         Technology
  • The true cost of the billionaire space race
  • Carbon capture 'moonshot' moves closer, as billions of dollars pour in
  • FOOTPRINT FANTASY: is it time to forget about carbon footprints?
  •     Markets
  •         New Zealand
  • Te Ao Maori inspires Netflix nature documentary
  • NZU prices plateau before 2nd ETS auction
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  •             Jarden NZ Carbon Market Review
  • MARKET LATEST: NZUs $48.40
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  •         Other Markets
  • Where the Redd went wrong
  • California struggles to save emissions plan
  • China turns to free markets to tame pollution
  •         Analysis
  • Aussies polish off green (but not as clean) Kiwis
  • ANALYSIS: Australians' vote will affect carbon market
  • News from Europe boosts prices
  •         NZ ETS background
  • NZ carbon price hits all time highs
  • ETS explained...in video
  • Copenhagen is 10-times bigger than Kyoto for business
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  • IGCC 2021 Climate Awards entries are open
  • Greenpeace calls foul on AB's Ineos sponsorship
  • Earth overshoot day
  •     Trading
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  • Wood wins at environmental awards
  • LPG – the cleaner, cheaper fuel of choice
  • CarboNZero hits the big time
  •         CDM
  • Aussie centre churns out leaders
  • BBC broadcasts investiation claiming billions wasted in CDM schemes
  • NEW: Guide to setting up a CDM project
  •         Market advice
  • How voluntary offsets can help us meet our Paris promise
  • Don't miss getting your emissions return in
  • Carbon markets prove resilient to the coronavirus pandemic
  •     Market Players
  •         Profiles
  • JAMES SHAW: A year of living hopefully
  • Norman hopes for more action ... this time for real
  • The Carbon Traders: Lizzie Chambers, Carbon Match
  •         Appointments
  • Aotearoa Circle chooses new finance leaders
  • Government's climate director has a new job
  • SBC votes in new board members
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  • Massive emission savings possible with supply chain changes
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  • OPINION: Now is the time for businesses to step up
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IGCC 2021 Climate Awards entries are open

The judging panel, who have generously committed their time and expertise to assess the applications: Don Henry AM (Chair), Robert Fowler, Elaine Prior & Talieh Williams.

Friday - Media Release - The Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC) is excited to...

Greenpeace calls foul on AB's Ineos sponsorship

Thursday - Media Release - Greenpeace is calling foul on NZ Rugby’s decision to sign a...

Earth overshoot day

Thursday - Media Release - It's Earth Overshoot Day again. Two years ago it was 26th July,...

Campaign to save urban trees launched

Photo Credit: RNZ

Tuesday - Media Release - A new campaign to stop the cutting down of mature trees in New...

Coal not the way forward for Southland: NGOs

Faux electric coal for the nostalgia buffs

23 Jul 21 - Media Release - Environmental NGOs wrote to Southland District Council...

Mercedes-Benz prepares to go all-electric

23 Jul 21 - Media Release - Mercedes-Benz is getting ready to go all electric by the end of...

Fully renewable energy feasible for Samoa: Otago study

23 Jul 21 - Media Release - The future of Samoa’s electricity system could go green, a...

Canterbury engineers working on carbon negative hydrogen

University of Canterbury Chemical and Process Engineers Professor Shusheng Pang (left) and Associate Professor Alex Yip.

21 Jul 21 - Media Release - University of Canterbury engineering researchers are developing...

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