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  • Carbon price set to break through $19 mark
  • WINSTON'S THE WORD: What NZ First leader wants
  • Furious farmers should get with the programme
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  • One way or another, oil industry got the message
  • One debate that's now over
  • Ten years on, we're back where we began
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  • Wood fuel benefits beg for attention, say backers
  • Natural gas will last bit more than a decade
  • Warming planet faces a cooling crisis
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  • Sheep and beef farmers make carbon-neutral call
  • Get ready for longer droughts, warn scientists
  • Young scientists to get NZ study money
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  • Minister vows to fix our rubbish record on waste
  • Wood waste company wins $359,000 grant
  • Most industrial emitters meet returns deadline
  •             Latest science
  • Hitting 1.5deg warming point could save the world trillions
  • How the 'carbon budget' is causing problems
  • Just 0.01% of all life, but we've wiped out most living things
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  • We're getting more worried about climate change
  • Emissions trimmed, but that's not the full story
  • DOUBLE TROUBLE: Carbon emissions running wild
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  • Oil industry should be very afraid of fuel-efficient engines
  • We're looking at 11 million electric-car sales by 2026
  • Modern diesels part of the pollution solution
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  • Government pumps $15m into new forest service
  • The wood world's talking about the Jones boy
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  • DRYING OUT: Water shortage key challenge of the century
  • Five billion could be short of water by 2050, says UN
  • What Day Zero means to Cape Town
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  • Tesco cuts emissions by 13% in one year
  • BP profits leap 71% as oil prices rebound
  • Fonterra turns to wood to help fire dairy plant
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  • US battens the hatches for season of storms
  • Seeding clouds is common ... but does it work?
  • We might need a new storm scale of category six
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  • CUTTING EDGE: Meet the mean, green (electric) mower
  • Tesla begins production of solar roof tiles
  • Time to start thinking about our digital carbon footprint
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  • Carbon on a new six-year high
  • Credits in private accounts worth $2.1 billion
  • New data will help to identify storm risks
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  • Europe puts weight behind Korean ETS
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  • News from Europe boosts prices
  • How they're stealing OPEC's trillion-dollar profits
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  • Copenhagen is 10-times bigger than Kyoto for business
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  • Mercury mission to convert hearts as well as minds
  • Calix gets finance for carbon-captue project
  • Minesto eyes first ocean current electricity generation
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  • Wood wins at environmental awards
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  • NEW: Guide to setting up a CDM project
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  • Carbon markets back from the brink, says World Bank
  • Early days, but Govt is talking to global markets
  • NZ still sets the pace in world of trading schemes
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Mercury mission to convert hearts as well as minds

7 Mar 18 - Mercury has taken a step to inspire New Zealanders to embrace the future of...

Calix gets finance for carbon-captue project

1 Feb 18 - Australian technology company Calix says it has secured 3.4 million euros in...

Minesto eyes first ocean current electricity generation

24 Jan 18 - Swedish marine energy developer Minesto is intensifying activities in Taiwan to...

Mercury confirms Tesla battery for grid trial

23 Jan 18 - Tesla has been confirmed as the battery provider for Mercury’s scalable...

Auckland takes zero-waste world crown

6 Dec 17 - Auckland is one of 10 international cities honoured today at the C40 Cities...

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