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Get reserve in place to protect taxpayers, says Simpson

Tuesday - The Government can and should pass legislation allowing it to set reserve prices when it auctions carbon credits, National says.

Japan to be carbon-neutral by 2050

Tuesday - Japan’s prime minister, Yoshihide Suga, has said the country will become carbon neutral by 2050, heralding a bolder approach to tackling the climate emergency by the world’s third-biggest economy.

The four who could be our next climate minister

19 Oct 20 - Who will be New Zealand’s next climate minister? Carbon News canvasses the options and comes up with four names.

Europe sets more ambitious target for 2030

8 Oct 20 - The European Parliament has voted to update the European Union's climate target for 2030, backing a 60 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by the end of the decade, up from 40 per cent currently.

European Parliament set for tight vote on 'historic' climate law

7 Oct 20 - Lawmakers in the European Parliament expect a tight vote on the European Union's new climate target for 2030, with support splintered over the bloc's green ambitions.

TRIBUTE: Environmental journalist Sandy Macdonald

21 Sep 20 - By ADELIA HALLETT | Today, Carbon News marks the passing of someone who has been at the heart of the publication since it started in 2008.

Govt confirms mandatory climate-risk reporting regime

15 Sep 20 - New Zealand’s largest financial institutions and companies will be the first in the world to face mandatory disclosure of their climate risks.


Compulsory climate-risk reporting rules out soon, says minister

4 Sep 20 - The Government’s plans for mandatory disclosure of companies’ climate-change risk should be unveiled before the election.

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4 Sep 20 - The 52nd Parliament will be dissolved on Sunday, ready for the general election on October 17.

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1 Sep 20 - CLIMATE Minister James Shaw talks about building a low-carbon, resilient finance system at a Sustainable Business Network

Climate commission gives election advice

31 Aug 20 - The Climate Change Commission wants political parties and voters to assess election promises against its set of climate principles.

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31 Aug 20 - Climate Minister James Shaw talks about building a low-carbon, resilient finance system at a Sustainable Business Network online event tomorrow.

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28 Aug 20 - Soil and climate change is one of the topics on the agenda for an Organics Aotearoa New Zealand webinar today.

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26 Aug 20 - Parliament sits today, with a bill overhauling management of the country’s drinking-water supplies at number one on the provisional order paper.

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25 Aug 20 - Parliament sits today and tomorrow, with a bill overhauling the management of the country's drinking-water supplies at number one on the provisional order paper.

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24 Aug 20 - Parliament sits tomorrow and Wednesday, with a bill overhauling the management of the country’s drinking-water supplies at number one on the provisional order paper.

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21 Aug 20 - Tomorrow is Earth Overshoot Day, marking the fact humans have now used up all the resources the planet can generate this year and are moving into deficit.

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20 Aug 20 - The Pre-election Economic and Fiscal Update which was due out today will now be released on September 16.

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19 Aug 20 - Parliament sit today, but the public galleries are closed because of the covid-19 pandemic level-two lockdown.


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