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August date for public to have say on Shaw's ETS

Wednesday - A new review of the Emissions Trading Scheme will be open for public consultation in August.

Govt announces body to steer climate transition

David Prentice

Tuesday - The interim climate commission has just been announced.

Act now, says report, or watch carbon price rocket

4 Apr 18 - Carbon prices could hit $145 a tonne by 2050 if New Zealand delays decarbonising the economy, a new report warns.

PARKER POWER: The key is bringing it all together

3 Apr 18 - Environment minister David Parker says if you want to get his measure, look at the Americaís Cup deal heís just done.

Here's why we need a carbon price cap of $100

Dr Roger Blakeley

29 Mar 18 - An immediate carbon price cap of $100 a tonne and a $25 price floor is needed if New Zealand is to be carbon-neutral by 2050, says former Environment Secretary Dr Roger Blakeley.

Sign here for a once-in-10-years deal

29 Mar 18 - To mark 10 years of publishing, Carbon News is offering a special subscription rate.

Minister quiet on talks with big emitters

27 Mar 18 - Climate minister James Shaw is meeting with some of the countryís biggest industrial emitters Ė but isnít saying what theyíre discussing.

Carbon capture permits a no-go, says Shaw

26 Mar 18 - Climate minister James Shaw says he wants to cut New Zealandís use of fossil fuels, not give the sector carbon credits.

Sign here for a once-in-10-years deal

22 Mar 18 - To mark 10 years of publishing, Carbon News is offering a special subscription rate.

Oil explorer wants credits for carbon capture

21 Mar 18 - New Zealandís largest oil and gas exploration company wants carbon credits for capturing and storing emissions from fossil fuel production Ė and says itís viable at a carbon price of just $18 a tonne.

Sign here for a once-in-10-years deal

21 Mar 18 - To mark 10 years of publishing, Carbon News is offering a special subscription rate.

It happened 10 years ago ...

20 Mar 18 - National Party climate spokesman Nick Smith was talking about an integrated carbon market with Australia, while his boss, then-Opposition leader John Key, was backing the Emissions Trading Scheme.

Ten years on, we're back where we began

19 Mar 18 - By publisher ADELIA HALLETT | When it comes to action on climate change, weíre pretty much back to where we were 10 years ago, when Carbon News started publishing.

Climate commission's job to advise, says Upton

7 Mar 18 - The climate commission should make recommendations on the Emissions Trading Scheme and the number of international credits used to meet New Zealandís targets, but control should stay firmly in the...

Early days, but Govt is talking to global markets

7 Mar 18 - The Government says itís not yet formally involved in any moves to link the Emissions Trading Scheme to other markets, but it is talking to them.

Minister aware of risk in delaying price cap rise

6 Mar 18 - The Government knows delaying lifting the carbon price cap could cost taxpayers money, but says it is unlikely to move until next year.

NZ still sets the pace in world of trading schemes

1 Mar 18 - Fifteen per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions are now covered by trading schemes.

Z aims for A-plus in transition to new energy

Mike Bennetts

28 Feb 18 - Mike Bennetts is determined his company, Z Energy, will not have a Kodak moment.

OPINION: Biofuels not easy, but worth the effort

27 Feb 18 - Biofuels, liquid and gaseous, will have a role to play in moving towards net zero greenhouse gas emissions by around mid-century in both New Zealand and globally, says Professor Ralph Sims.

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