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  • NZ joins finance ministers' climate group
  • Unions put case for 'just transition'
  • HEY, JUDE: That's dangerous talk, say 'fanatics'
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  • Farming is losing ground, says Sir Lockwood
  • Let new commission be the arbiter, says Upton
  • Electricity planning is vital, politicians hear
  •             ETS Review 2018
  • Government stalls as carbon price hits high
  • Permanent forests become permanent fixture
  • International trading back on agenda
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  • NZ lags badly in marine protection
  • ETS bill has October deadline
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  • Shipowners want out of 'unfair' ETS
  • IT'S OFFICIAL: Ministers get the word on ETS changes
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  •         International
  • We'll see more ebola outbreaks, say scientists
  • Big Three oversee $300b in fossil fuel investments
  • World needs a massive carbon tax, says IMF
  •             Australia
  • Queensland wants to jail XR protesters
  • It’s only October, so what’s with all these bushfires?
  • Jail climate protesters, says Australian minister
  •             United States
  • Sacked scientists keep working in snub to Trump
  • US bird numbers drop by nearly three billion
  • California and 23 other states sue Trump
  •             China
  • China’s tree-planting drive could backfire
  • UN confident China will raise climate ambition
  • ELECTROCULTURE: How China is trying to spark up crop yields
  •             Europe
  • Copenhagen sprints to crown of first carbon-neutral capital
  • VILLAGERS DIG IN: 'Human rights before mining rights'
  • Poland plunges ahead with new coal mines
  •             United Kingdom
  • TOMATO SOURCE: Hothouses will grow up to 20 tonnes a day
  • Universities sign landmark deal to buy renewable
  • Scotland takes aim at green red tape
  •             Canada
  • Can Asia's climate-cooked cities beat the heat?
  • Guards watch Canadian environment minister
  • Saying climate change is real could bring trouble
  •             Asia
  • Coal is still king in Southeast Asia
  • Can indonesia avoid a capital distaster?
  • Most Southeast Asia banks ignore climate crisis
  •             Antarctic/Arctic
  • Antarctica shows 65,000 ‘meltwater lakes’
  • Giant iceberg breaks off east Antarctica
  • Changes turning Arctic into economic hotspot
  •             Pacific
  • Rugby stars are losing their Pacific islands
  • Pacific nations seek cash to clean up shipping
  • Surf's still up but climate is changing Hawaiian beaches
  •             Oceans
  • Seabed carbon storage could help in climate crisis
  • RETURN OF THE BLOB? Marine heatwave settles over Pacific
  • Changing waves add to coastline worries
  •             Cities
  • Why don't all buildings have green roofs?
  • SURVIVAL CITY: What happens if cities act but nations don't?
  • Can cities save the planet?
  •             Africa
  • Amazonians knew tricks of saving forests
  • No pot of gold for locals as China mines Sierra Leone
  • China Oil threatens major African nature reserve
  •             South America
  • Pope v president as Amazon burns
  • 'CHAOS, CHAOS, CHAOS': A trip through Bolsonaro's inferno
  • Central America climate change driving people out
  •             IPCC
  • Global report hurts farmers' emissions case
  • Brazil pulls offer to host COP 25 summit
  • IPCC report too soft, say some scientists
  •             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
  • Chile to host next climate summit
  •             Paris Agreement
  • Unhappy investors criticise firms over Paris pact
  • Major economies fail to answer New York call
  • Russia formally signs up to Paris Agreement
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  •             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: Uncomfortable is coming, ready or not
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  • LETTERS: Let's not waste this opportunity
  • LETTERS: Food in plastic
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  •             Energy
  • Shell has no choice but to keep drilling, says CEO
  • Fossil fuel industry has seen the future ... and it's plastic
  • Why nuclear power is not the answer
  •             Agriculture
  • Farmers and foresters are taking to the streets
  • NZ bankrolls Scottish search for clean green sheep
  • ROBO-CROP: Five roles robots will play in future of farming
  •             Industry
  • Fonterra calls a halt to new coal-fired boilers
  • You're welcome (not), Mayor Cull tells mineralists
  • Big Oil races to buy slice of e-car business
  •             Latest science
  • Nobel winner made battery discovery at Exxon
  • Insects might be trained to protect our crops
  • Govt puts faith (and $10m) into smart cows
  •             Carbon emissions
  • Govt signs global agreement to cut HFCs
  • Reaching net-zero might not be all it's cracked up to be
  • At last, say students, Auckland toes the line
  •             Transport
  • 'A DEADLY PROBLEM': Should SUVs be banned from cities?
  • Denmark wants to rid Europe of fossil-fueled cars
  • Business slow to take up offsetting airline travel
  •             Forestry
  • Logging study reveals huge hidden emissions
  • Govt expects $7b windfall from new forestry rules
  • It's time to file post-89 forestry returns
  •             Fishing
  •             Water
  • Quarter of world running short of water
  • Tank-water communities could be at risk
  • Jesus might think again if he could see the Jordan today
  •             Business
  • Google donations finance climate deniers
  • Carney gives business two years to make climate rules
  • It's time to 'pull finger', EDS tells politicians
  •             Weather
  • Scientists see stark future for oceans
  • Climate models predict bigger heat rise ahead
  • Economists launch study of droughts
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  •         Technology
  • Can the world afford salvation by technology?
  • Engineers taking up the climate mantle
  • CUTTING EDGE: Meet the mean, green (electric) mower
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  • California struggles to save emissions plan
  • China turns to free markets to tame pollution
  • Europe puts weight behind Korean ETS
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  • Aussies polish off green (but not as clean) Kiwis
  • ANALYSIS: Australians' vote will affect carbon market
  • News from Europe boosts prices
  •         NZ ETS background
  • ETS explained...in video
  • Copenhagen is 10-times bigger than Kyoto for business
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  • Ports of Auckland buys world-first electric tug
  • Gene editing has crucial role in cutting emissions
  • LGNZ gets clear climate message from school activists
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  • Wood wins at environmental awards
  • LPG – the cleaner, cheaper fuel of choice
  • CarboNZero hits the big time
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  • Aussie centre churns out leaders
  • BBC broadcasts investiation claiming billions wasted in CDM schemes
  • NEW: Guide to setting up a CDM project
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  • Businesses demand action, says UN climate chief
  • Global carbon markets in the spotlight
  • NEWSFLASH: $25 price cap on the way out
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  • JAMES SHAW: A year of living hopefully
  • Norman hopes for more action ... this time for real
  • The Carbon Traders: Lizzie Chambers, Carbon Match
  •         Appointments
  • Former council CEO joins environment watchdog
  • Environment officials to get new science advice
  • New EECA chief has busy background
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  • Massive emission savings possible with supply chain changes
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Ports of Auckland buys world-first electric tug

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Gene editing has crucial role in cutting emissions

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LGNZ gets clear climate message from school activists

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New plant makes food packaging from recycled plastic

16 Jul 19 - A new plant to make New Zealand’s first range of food packaging from recycled...

Energy agency welcomes Government moves on e-vehicles

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