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OPINION: Adaption versus mitigation

20 Jun 17 - Adaptation is about survival. Mitigation is about finding and implementing solutions to prevent the need to go into survival mode, says DR ANN SMITH chief executive of Enviro-Mark Solutions

OPINION: Just another attempt to spread confusion

13 Feb 17 - Senior climate scientist PROFESSOR JAMES RENWICK goes looking for the facts in the latest so-called scandal about climate change.

Tourism can make the world cleaner and greener

7 Feb 17 - OPINION | Tourism can be a force for good – depending how you do it, say World Tourism Organisation director-general TALEB RIFAI, United Nations Environment executive-director ERIK SOLHEIM and UNFCCC head PATRICIA ESPINOSA.

CIRCULAR ECONOMY: Can waste solve the waste problem?

3 Feb 17 - OPINION | Aurecon's manufacturing market director Tim Plenderleith takes a glimpse at the future of manufacturing in a resource-constrained world.

LETTER: Stern Report 10 years later

2 Nov 16 - INTELLIGENCE for the carbon market, eh? - as you claim in today’s (Carbon News Oct 31) bit headed “Stern Words”.

The case for overhead charging of EVs

23 Jun 16 - IDTechEx chair Dr Peter Harrop makes a case for overhead charging for electric vehicles:

OPINION: Government is Johnny on the spot

Sean Weaver

16 May 16 - Imagine a rugby game where a group of very capable players tries to help one player called Johnny to simply catch the ball and run and score a try.


Can engineers change the world?

Susan Krumdieck

12 May 16 - Can technology solve the climate problem? Dr Susan P Krumdieck outlines her work on a new interdisciplinary practice called transition engineering: changing course one innovative project at a time.

OPINION: It's nuts to open more coal mines

Denniston

15 Mar 16 - Work on the Denniston Plateau has now stopped. CINDY BAXTER, of Coal Action Network Aotearoa, argues that it’s a sign the coal industry is in its death throes.

OPINION: Our forest industry is heading south

Glen Mackie

23 Feb 16 - New Zealand’s third-largest export industry, forestry, is steadily shrinking.

There's nothing silly about photovoltaics in roads

22 Feb 16 - Installing photovoltaics in roads isn’t as daft as it sounds – especially if they are supported by roadside wind turbines and tethered multicopters, says IDTechEx chair Dr Peter Harrop.

The VW affair: It's about honesty and transparency

5 Oct 15 - As Volkswagen has found out, sustainability is about much more than promises to customers, says Professor FRANCISCO SZEKELY of the IMD Global Centre for Sustainability Leadership in Switzerland. It...

Our climate plan is inadequate

14 Sep 15 - Solar Living director JASON TOBIN and EnaSolar general manager TREVOR FOSTER on why the Government’s climate change plan is inadequate:

What really happened with Kyoto ERUs

7 Sep 15 - Emissions trading needs to be backed by ambitious targets, transparent reporting and international accountability if it is to be effective in tackling climate change.

It's time for packaging that cares about the future

17 Aug 15 - Our Daily Waste founder Dr SHARON McIVER on why how smart businesses are future-proofing by getting rid of plastic packaging now.

OPINION: New Zealand should be using its abundant renewable electricity generation capacity to power its transport fleet, argues BOB BINGHAM:

Bob Bingham ... we are very vulnerable.

25 May 15 - Oil is a fantastic high energy and very portable fuel and currently it’s very cheap In fact, it has almost always been cheap and plentiful and we have built a good life with it. So what’s the...

Why the Government's forestry policies are not working

Megan Woods ... bullying tactics.

18 May 15 - Labour Party climate changes spokesperson MEGAN WOODS on why the Government’s forestry policies are failing:

Why we must join the clean energy race (and quickly)

Andrew Booth ... asking for action.

11 May 15 - SolarCity founder and chief executive ANDREW BOOTH argues for 100 per cent renewable electricity generation in New Zealand by 2025:

Worth listening to …

11 May 15 - Treasury’s chief economist, Dr Girol Karacaoglu, talks to Radio New Zealand National’s Kim Hill about how sustainability is being factored into the economy.


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