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Sun has a secret plan to become a lithium factory

Today 11:00am - Lithium is used in everything from medication to mobile phone batteries, but where does it come from?

Tesla top on back of tech boost and China sales

Tuesday - Electric motor manufacturer Tesla became the world's most valuable carmaker last week, overtaking Toyota, despite never having made an annual profit.

‘Million-mile’ batteries are coming

Tuesday - Electric vehicles have a clear environmental advantage over their gas-guzzling counterparts, but when it comes to longevity, the two are in a dead heat.

World's biggest renewables companies abysmal on human rights

30 Jun 20 - Renewable energy companies are falling short on efforts to safeguard the rights of workers and communities in their operations and throughout mineral supply chains, placing the sector’s legitimacy and the global clean energy switch at risk, a new analysis says.

THAT'S RICH: Affluence is killing the planet

26 Jun 20 - iN SOCIETIES where money can buy almost everything, being rich is generally perceived as something good. But there's a catch: affluence trashes our planetary life support systems.

Is sea-steading a vanity project for the rich?

25 Jun 20 - Beloved by Silicon Valley tycoons and tyranny-fearing libertarians, are cities atop the waves Earth’s next frontier?

Nature’s accounts show what the world does for us

25 Jun 20 - People go on getting richer, and the planet pays a mounting price. There’s a better way to balance nature’s accounts.


Zero-carbon homes must lead the green recovery

24 Jun 20 - Living in a house that doesn’t fully meet your needs might have been tolerable when you spent more of your time elsewhere, but a third of the world has been stuck indoors at one time during the...

Come on England, time to seize the day

24 Jun 20 - England must “seize the day” and create a national nature service to restore wildlife and habitats, says a coalition of the country’s biggest green groups.

EU puts onus on ‘renewable hydrogen’

By 2030, up to €50-150 billion would be invested into solar and wind power capacity dedicated to clean hydrogen production, according to the draft commission strategy
Photo Credit: Vattenfall, Flickr

23 Jun 20 - An updated version of the European Commission’s draft hydrogen strategy confirms the EU’s “priority focus” on clean hydrogen produced from renewable electricity, but also recognises the role played...

Why sport is bad news for the climate

23 Jun 20 - The carbon footprint of sport is causing is worldwide damage. And global heating is itself penalising players and fans alike.

Why world has six months to divert climate crisis

22 Jun 20 - The world has only six months in which to change the course of the climate crisis and prevent a post-lockdown rebound in greenhouse gas emissions that would overwhelm efforts to stave off climate...

Climate 'progressives’ fail on Paris carbon target

22 Jun 20 - Nations which pride themselves on their zeal in tackling climate change by cutting carbon dioxide emissions as they have promised, the so-called “climate progressives”, are a long way from living up...

Why we’ll still need waste in a circular economy

19 Jun 20 - Every year, we buy 30 billion tonnes of stuff, from pizza boxes to family homes. We throw out or demolish 13 billion tonnes of it as waste – about two tonnes per person.

Threatened mangrove forests won’t protect coasts

19 Jun 20 - Rising tides driven by global heating could swamp global mangrove forests – bad news for the natural world, and for humans.

Globally, how much do people care?

18 Jun 20 - New survey results from 40 countries show that climate change matters to most people. In the vast majority of countries, fewer than three per cent said climate change was not serious at all.

Markets reel as oil major opts to downgrade itself

17 Jun 20 - This week, BP said it was writing down or reducing the value of its assets by between $US13 billion and $17.5b. BP’s shares fell by 5.4 per cent after the news was announced, making it one of the...

The awful truth of our hidden plastic superhighway

17 Jun 20 - Solving the issue of waste in our seas turned out to be more complex than scrounging for bottles off the beach.

Post-lockdown carbon emissions bound back

12 Jun 20 - Carbon dioxide emissions have rebounded around the world as lockdown conditions have eased, raising fears that the level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere could surge higher than ever unless...


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Building for Climate Change programme a historic leap towards zero carbon

Monday - Sustainable Business Council: A new programme, which sets a firm course for the...

Feds telling their members they can’t sell land for forestry

Monday - MEDIA RELEASE - FOREST OWNERS ASSOCIATION - The Forest Owners Association is...

NZ winery commits to reducing its carbon emissions by 80 per cent

23 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE - YEALAND WINE GROUP: Yealands Wine Group has today announced its...

Wind energy crucial to EU's carbon neutrality

23 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE GLOBALDATA: The European Union, whose 28 members collectively...

Mercury Quarterly Operational Update - 3 months to Dec 31, 2019

23 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE MERCURY: Mercury maintained a prudent approach to risk management...

Vegetarianism in schools is entirely appropriate

21 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE NZ VEGETARIAN SOCIETY: The NZ Vegetarian Society has responded to...

Westpac NZ and Contact Energy agree first sustainability-linked loan

16 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE WESTPAC NZ & CONTACT ENERGY: Westpac NZ and Contact Energy have...

European cement industry strives for carbon-neutrality by 2050

16 Jan 20 - MEDIA RELEASE CEMBUREAU: CEMBUREAU, the Association of the European cement...

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