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  • Ontario permits sell out at first auction
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  • Dear sir, I'd like to order some e-vehicles ... 10,000 would do
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  • Melting of Antarctic ice greater than thought
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  • Climate change threatens Fiji's survival, says PM
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  • Early action has big effect on rising sea levels
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  • MONSTER ON THE MOVE: The Sahara desert is getting bigger
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  • New river brings havoc to Argentina
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  • Musings from Marrakech ...
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  • After Bonn, five things to watch for in the coming year
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  • Bonn summit slow and steady but King Coal looms
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  • Poland urges ‘common sense’ over climate ambition
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  • OPINION: The Paris Agreement is deeply flawed
  • US now only country saying it won't be part of Paris Agreement
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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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  • Ten years on, we're back where we began
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  •             Energy
  • Waste food could fuel emissions cuts. says report
  • What will we do with all those dead solar panels?
  • Government acts to block offshore exploration
  •             Agriculture
  • Dodgy rainfall becoming big worry in grazing regions
  • Changing climate could bring bad news for broccoli
  • Sustainable agriculture needs financing
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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
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  • Victoria sitting on full house for climate report
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  • World can limit global warming without BECCS
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  • Emissions trimmed, but that's not the full story
  • DOUBLE TROUBLE: Carbon emissions running wild
  • One-for-two subsidy enters its dying days
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  • E-car revolution will bring problems of its own
  • Shipping pact calls for 50% emissions cut
  • Shipping industry has the technology to go green
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  • The wood world's talking about the Jones boy
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  • Five billion could be short of water by 2050, says UN
  • What Day Zero means to Cape Town
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  • What if Tesla's time is running out?
  • Directors face climate liability, says report
  • Plight of the bees hits unaware businesses
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  • Seeding clouds is common ... but does it work?
  • We might need a new storm scale of category six
  • We've just had the hottest month on record
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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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  • News from Europe boosts prices
  • How they're stealing OPEC's trillion-dollar profits
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  • ETS explained...in video
  • 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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  • Early days, but Govt is talking to global markets
  • NZ still sets the pace in world of trading schemes
  • NZ could do good carbon deal now, says trader
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Mercury mission to convert hearts as well as minds

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Calix gets finance for carbon-captue project

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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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