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5 things MFAT wants you to know about COP23

6 Nov 17 - INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS to put meat on the bones of the Paris Agreement start in Bonn today, with Fiji in the presidency.

Previous govt wrong about 2050 emissions - court

3 Nov 17 - The Government should have reassessed New Zealand’s emissions-reduction target after the International Panel on Climate Change released its new report, the High Court says.

Nats choose new spokespeople

3 Nov 17 - MPs from the pan-Parliamentary Globe group have taken over responsibility for climate change and the environment in the National Party caucus.

Forests can bring 1.5deg Paris target closer

3 Nov 17 - Protecting the world’s forests could achieve a quarter of the greenhouse gas emissions cuts needed to meet the 1.5°C Paris target, scientists say.

Climate change will create 'world's biggest refugee crisis'

3 Nov 17 - Tens of millions of people will be forced from their homes by climate change in the next decade, creating the biggest refugee crisis the world has ever seen, according to a new report.

Paris possible with huge private-secctor investement

3 Nov 17 - Global investment could hold the key to fighting climate change, with $1 trillion already invested in solutions such as renewables and energy efficiency, says International Finance Corporation

Our carbon price too low, says bank report

2 Nov 17 - New Zealand's carbon price is at the low end of global prices – and well below the level that will trigger the emissions cuts needed to meet the Paris Agreement, a new report shows.

How Bennett toyed with cross-party climate move

1 Nov 17 - Former climate minister Paula Bennett sought advice on forming a cross-party agreement on climate change.

Shaw vows better climate deal for Pacific

1 Nov 17 - The new government says it will pull climate policy into line with Pacific aspirations.

Get ETS working, say superfund guardians

30 Oct 17 - New Zealand cannot afford an Emissions Trading Scheme that doesn’t work, say the guardians of the $36.4 billion New Zealand Superannuation Fund - and that means bringing the agricultural sector into...

Changing climate threatens our water systems

27 Oct 17 - Much of New Zealand’s $20 billion worth of stormwater and wastewater systems will not cope with the impacts of climate change, an expert is warning.

Changing climate will put our health at risk

26 Oct 17 - Scientists are warning that climate change will harm New Zealanders’ health.

Carbon price set to break through $19 mark

24 Oct 17 - Carbon looks set to break the $19 barrier today as the market adjusts to a new government with more ambition to address climate change.

Labour in power sees carbon prices on the rise

New Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern

20 Oct 17 - Carbon prices are rising on the back of the new government, hitting their highest level in a year within an hour of the market opening today.

New leaders have serious climate job to do

19 Oct 17 - Whichever political party forms a government this afternoon has a critical job preparing New Zealand for the impacts of climate change and in getting the country’s emissions under control.

Egypt shaped by volcanoes and climate change

19 Oct 17 - Volcanic eruptions and climate change have been linked to periods of social unrest and the eventual downfall one of Ancient Egypt's most famous dynasties.

Emissions register ready to take on water trading

18 Oct 17 - New Zealand’s Emissions Trading Register is ready to trade in other “environmental commodities” such as water.

NZ fires first COP23 shots in Fiji today

17 Oct 17 - Acting climate minister Paula Bennett will deliver New Zealand’s opening statement at the pre-COP climate talks in Fiji today.

Officials vow to step up work on climate change

Vicky Robertson

13 Oct 17 - New Zealand might not have an elected government just now, but officials are promising to step up on climate change.

MEMO MPs: The country needs a climate commission

12 Oct 17 - Politicians negotiating to form a new government have again been told that action on climate change is a priority for business and society.

12 Oct 17  NZ all talk on farm emissions, says UK climate chief

11 Oct 17  Why National should lead on climate commission

11 Oct 17  Westpac backs climate commission and budget

11 Oct 17  EY finds smart investors dodging carbon exposure

10 Oct 17  FIRE FACT: Heat goes on the East Coast

10 Oct 17  Toyota urges NZ to get out of big-emitting cars

9 Oct 17  Climatecoin lines up the carbon markets

9 Oct 17  Ministry denies cutting climate aid to Pacific

6 Oct 17  NZ cuts climate aid to Pacific, says report

5 Oct 17  WATCHDOG WARNS: Act now or face 'great risk'

3 Oct 17  Dairy group backs big climate change targets

3 Oct 17  It's a big task keeping aircraft running in a warming world

3 Oct 17  Europe playing a two-faced climate change game

29 Sep 17  EDITORIAL: It's about more than politics

25 Sep 17  WINSTON'S THE WORD: What NZ First leader wants

22 Sep 17  Dining with mining in the House of the Lord

20 Sep 17  Nat turns up to debate and makes lone stand

18 Sep 17  THE COUNT: English stays silent on climate

18 Sep 17  United Future backs emissions trading

15 Sep 17  Climate change threatens Te Puke kiwifruit

14 Sep 17  Climate-change baddies doing business in NZ

12 Sep 17  PALMER PRESCRIPTION: Climate needs constitution

11 Sep 17  What Morgan would have said ... if he'd had the chance

11 Sep 17  THE COUNT: English stays silent

7 Sep 17  High land prices key blocker to forest planting

7 Sep 17  We need to get involved, says Maori candidate

7 Sep 17  Refrigerant Recovery earns praise

6 Sep 17  CLIMATE CASE: National happy the way things are

5 Sep 17  NZ backs global carbon markets cooperation

5 Sep 17  Greens want high-end wood products industry

4 Sep 17  Leaked report lifts lid on coastal property risks

4 Sep 17  THE COUNT: Peters outpaces Ardern

1 Sep 17  BLACK-OUT: What was ministry advice on Kiwirail?

30 Aug 17  CLIMATE REPORT: What is the Government hiding?

30 Aug 17  NZ backs global climate research project

29 Aug 17  What the parties say about climate change

28 Aug 17  Climate change no big worry, says Prime Minister

25 Aug 17  EDITORIAL: Honestly, it just doesn't make sense

25 Aug 17  IN THEIR OWN WORDS 2: Renewable energy.

24 Aug 17  Climate-savvy customers making presence felt

24 Aug 17  Fossil fuel business cops most blame for methane

24 Aug 17  Brazilian downpours oust familiar drizzle

23 Aug 17  Researchers to probe rich options for Maori land

22 Aug 17  Swiss trees swelter as climate warms

21 Aug 17  THE COUNT: The Jacinda and James show

18 Aug 17  EDITORIAL: Media missing the message

18 Aug 17  Drought legacy can be a lingering death

17 Aug 17  Our climate change policy a mess, says former PM

16 Aug 17  Nation's best tell MPs how to do climate change

16 Aug 17  Super fund goes 40% low-carbon

15 Aug 17  Ocean oxygen depletion could happen again

15 Aug 17  Climate change is triple risk to Europe

14 Aug 17  THE COUNT: Gareth and Jacinda on the board

11 Aug 17  Nutrition will suffer as warming affects diet

10 Aug 17  Emissions group to probe lack of carbon cap

10 Aug 17  Nature deserves legal rights, say Greens

10 Aug 17  EDS CONFERENCE: Water, water everywhere

9 Aug 17  Emissions group might branch into ETS

8 Aug 17  Graham's Globe must survive, says Labour

8 Aug 17  Stand by, Wellington, worsening weather on the way

7 Aug 17  THE COUNT: Jacinda has little effect

4 Aug 17  Most want us to show leadership on climate change

2 Aug 17  More investors will spurn fossil fuels

31 Jul 17  THE COUNT: At last, a leader talks climate policy

28 Jul 17  CLIMATE BUDGET: We're not ready, says Bennett

28 Jul 17  To be sure, Ireland's long on words and short on action

27 Jul 17  We need expert climate advice, says commissioner

27 Jul 17  ETS CHANGES: Good news and bad news

26 Jul 17  Govt acts on auctioning and international units

25 Jul 17  Mayors demand English acts on climate change

25 Jul 17  Bunker down, El Nino summers will get worse

25 Jul 17  Public doesn't need scientific climate consensus

24 Jul 17  Environment officials quiet on new coal mines

24 Jul 17  THE COUNT: Floods fail to excite party leaders

24 Jul 17  Asian temperature rise could be disastrous

21 Jul 17  Coastal home owners could pay huge price

20 Jul 17  Busy ministry delays work on emissions planning

20 Jul 17  World’s young face $535 trillion bill for climate

19 Jul 17  Free footy tickets lure oil workers to renewables

18 Jul 17  Officials work to cut shocking vehicle emissions

17 Jul 17  Auckland could face a Japan-like climate

17 Jul 17  THE COUNT: James Shaw takes Greens into the lead

14 Jul 17  Wood-for-coal switch would save us millions

13 Jul 17  Global database gives more power to scientists

13 Jul 17  And now, the weather: Prepare for 10,000 years of drought

12 Jul 17  Changing climate puts load on labourers

11 Jul 17  Wildlife faces climate survival and breeding problems

10 Jul 17  CLIMATE COST: Disaster damage bill tops $150 million

10 Jul 17  EMA boots climate change off priority list

10 Jul 17  THE COUNT: Greens leaders say something

7 Jul 17  Young Kiwi voices lead the climate change chorus

6 Jul 17  Pacific nations push for Paris pact commitments

5 Jul 17  Climate change will worsen US poverty

4 Jul 17  Political uncertainty the enemy of carbon markets

3 Jul 17  YOUNG NATS: Climate change bigger than politics

3 Jul 17  THE COUNT: Who said what ... or not

3 Jul 17  Half-a-degree makes all the difference, say scientists

3 Jul 17  LIFT-OFF: Hydrogen fuel reaches trial stage

3 Jul 17  OPINION: The view from Antarctica

30 Jun 17  Disclosure must for all businesses, says Bloomberg

30 Jun 17  Why destroying mangroves would be a mistake

29 Jun 17  Government snubs MP's climate change motion

28 Jun 17  Cutting emissions would slow growth, officials claim

27 Jun 17  MPs to get the heatwave message

27 Jun 17  Ocean levels on the rise ... and quickly

26 Jun 17  Federated Famers warns of consequences

26 Jun 17  Censorship cry as Canberra hides emissions data

23 Jun 17  Soil scientists back putting carbon in the ground

21 Jun 17  COUNTRY CALL: Farmers want ETS and water price

21 Jun 17  How solar power can save lives and money

20 Jun 17  Government cripples cities' climate campaigns

20 Jun 17  OPINION: Adaption versus mitigation

19 Jun 17  Arctic icebergs freeze climate research plans

15 Jun 17  We must do something, dairy industry agrees

14 Jun 17  OFF THE RAILS: Treasury tells of train troubles

13 Jun 17  What biofutures need is America's Cup energy

13 Jun 17  Hopes rise for longer-term climate forecasts

9 Jun 17  COMPUTER GAMES: Science invests $18m in super stuff

9 Jun 17  Port Nelson gets wine trucks off the road

8 Jun 17  Warmth will worsen wet and dry extremes

6 Jun 17  We're disappointed, PM will tell Tillerson

6 Jun 17  Search begins for best sustainable businesses

2 Jun 17  Trump’s promises on coal turning to dust and ashes

31 May 17  Finalists line up for Green Ribbon Awards

31 May 17  GMO crops could expect a brighter future

30 May 17  There's no way we can plant our way out of trouble

30 May 17  Global energy efficiency would slash CO2 emissions

30 May 17  BOB ON THE JOB: Dylan got it right, a hard rain's gonna fall

29 May 17  Food industry is cooking the planet

26 May 17  BUDGET: Ice money will help climate work

24 May 17  Buying Euro credits would pay off, says trader

24 May 17  World’s vanishing glaciers are putting millions at risk

23 May 17  Cuts now will take heat out of climate shocks

22 May 17  NZ gives Fiji million-dollar handout for UN talks

19 May 17  New Buller mines could emit CO2 of 3m cars

18 May 17  TRUMP TACTICS: What Americans really, really want

17 May 17  Warming world wiping out our prized penguin

16 May 17  Warming world threatens our ancient forests

16 May 17  Future looks rocky for alpine flowers

16 May 17  THE EYES HAVE IT: Now they can measure climate stress

15 May 17  SLIP SLINDING AWAY: Big Oil losing its grip on power

12 May 17  California could inspire Australia's energy future

11 May 17  Foresters want carbon price range and ETS promise

10 May 17  OPINION: We must plan for climate refugees

9 May 17  World Bank presses NZ on climate refugees

9 May 17  Investors urge G7 leaders to back Paris pact

8 May 17  Bonn talks pave the road for Paris Agreement

5 May 17  CLIMATE CONSCIENCE: Believing is half the battle

4 May 17  Canberra swimming against the tide on Westpac call

4 May 17  Humans better at rapid change than we think

4 May 17  Most Americans keen on carbon price

3 May 17  Government acts on decarbonising the economy

3 May 17  Next decade will be critical for climate targets

3 May 17  Climate change will alter flow of the Nile

2 May 17  Student gives Auckland investment message

1 May 17  New study backs coastal property value warnings

28 Apr 17  FACE THE FACTS: The Government has done little

28 Apr 17  Deep in the forest, there are trees giving off methane

28 Apr 17  American climate refugees likely to flee inland

27 Apr 17  IT'S OFFICIAL: Our water quality is getting worse

27 Apr 17  Top scientist dismisses talk of warming slowdown

21 Apr 17  Weird weather is being felt down on the farm

21 Apr 17  CARBON CREEP: Suddenly, CO2 hits the 410ppm mark

20 Apr 17  CLOSE OF PLAY: Cricket is facing a climate crisis

20 Apr 17  Harvesting fertiliser from ‘bionic’ leaves

19 Apr 17  Scientist seeks capital backing for adaptation projects

19 Apr 17  Climate change promises rough ride for airlines

18 Apr 17  We're talking to Korea about carbon market links

18 Apr 17  Bennett rules out farming and climate commission

18 Apr 17  Upton gets job, but not everyone is pleased

18 Apr 17  World's nuclear giants limp toward extinction

13 Apr 17  EDITORIAL: Today is D-day for the climate debate

13 Apr 17  Permafrost thaw threatens flood of emissions

13 Apr 17  Barrier bleaching could set back Queensland by $1b

12 Apr 17  GLUCKMAN REPORT: It's clear our rivers need help

12 Apr 17  Auckland says yes to ethical investments

11 Apr 17  Coastal flooding advice out soon, says ministry

11 Apr 17  Three ways to improve shipping’s footprint

11 Apr 17  COOL IDEA: Forests offer way to ease climate fears

10 Apr 17  Parliament under carbon-neutral pressure

10 Apr 17  Complacency threatens climate change action

10 Apr 17  Crucial jet streams stall as the world gets warmer

10 Apr 17  Arctic meltwater ponds feed climate concerns

7 Apr 17  POWER POSERS: Energy industry worries and waits

7 Apr 17  America’s farmers face uncertain future

6 Apr 17  Politicians go face-to-face with environment facts

6 Apr 17  We're heading for the warmest climate in half-a-billion years

6 Apr 17  Memo Australia: There'll be many more Debbies

5 Apr 17  March of Myrtle rust could mean trouble for trees

5 Apr 17  Students put divestment pressure on Auckland uni

5 Apr 17  Beehive busy with changes to RMA

5 Apr 17  Vital groundwater being depleted faster than ever

5 Apr 17  Extreme heat threat rises for megacities

4 Apr 17  Carbon law could make Paris promise a reality

3 Apr 17  SIMON UPTON: Credits, caps and cross-party deals

3 Apr 17  It's time to chase a Green Ribbon Award

31 Mar 17  Dead Sea drill shows unprecedented drought

30 Mar 17  Sydney looks at 2050 to be carbon neutral

30 Mar 17  Soil microbes hold key to climate puzzle

29 Mar 17  Quiet revolution cuts energy consumption

28 Mar 17  NZ and China shake on Asia-Pacific carbon market

27 Mar 17  Polluting of rivers must be stopped, says OECD

27 Mar 17  Science links China pollution haze and climate change

24 Mar 17  NET-ZERO REPORT: We can do more, says bioenergy industry

23 Mar 17  Govt MPs vote down 'good idea' sustainability bill

23 Mar 17  Grassland lab raises the alarm on species loss

22 Mar 17  Minister hints at cross-party work on climate change

22 Mar 17  US budget aims broadside at climate change

20 Mar 17  Environment reports cast eye over NZ efforts

20 Mar 17  Humans cause up to 70% of sea-ice loss

17 Mar 17  China takes fresh approach to pollution

16 Mar 17  There's nothing like a healthy diet to beat climate change

16 Mar 17  Biofuels mix could see end of chemtrails in the sky

16 Mar 17  Climate reporting is honest ... and that's a fact

14 Mar 17  Private capital must play big part in climate adaptation

14 Mar 17  Costs of coastal climate damage set to climb

14 Mar 17  Scientists track down travelling droughts

10 Mar 17  Baring Head records show CO2 on the rise

10 Mar 17  Forests still key to mitigating climate change

9 Mar 17  The Opportunities Party wants us carbon neutral by 2050

8 Mar 17  Climate change climbs the party ranks

8 Mar 17  Australia's angry summer rewrites the record books

7 Mar 17  That was summer ... and that's the way it's going to be

7 Mar 17  Scientists in NZ eye fish and climate world first

6 Mar 17  Let's talk about emissions, fuels firm tells public

6 Mar 17  Water and soil muddy thinking on carbon budgets

6 Mar 17  America’s ‘hidden subsidies’ worth $170b a year

3 Mar 17  We need to get wise about our heated cities

3 Mar 17  Swiss ski resorts are running out of snow

2 Mar 17  ENERGY REPORT: Great ideas but they're not happening

1 Mar 17  Our environment image at risk, says global agency

1 Mar 17  Poison algal blooms in our waterways will worsen

1 Mar 17  Flight to greener aviation fuel has hit turbulence

28 Feb 17  Gardening in the face of a changing climate

27 Feb 17  CLIMATE CASE: We need to know more ... and urgently

27 Feb 17  Europe takes tough line on shipping emissions

24 Feb 17  Treasury gives official nod to natural capital

24 Feb 17  Forget Trump, keep your eyes on China

23 Feb 17  Farmers want action on land use and tree planting

23 Feb 17  How conservatives can grow to love carbon pricing

22 Feb 17  Government eyes land-use changes to cut emissions

21 Feb 17  Trump's wall would carry environmental costs

21 Feb 17  Samba drums up opposition to factory farming

20 Feb 17  Bennett talks 'range of issues' with China climate envoy

20 Feb 17  Mexico City, parched and sinking, faces a water crisis

20 Feb 17  Will blazing a low-carbon path pay off for California?

17 Feb 17  Inaction means public could lose faith in climate leaders

17 Feb 17  Why some of our glaciers are growing

17 Feb 17  How your life could change without fossil fuels

17 Feb 17  Birds caught in climate-change traps

16 Feb 17  Treasury wants a word about carbon exposure

14 Feb 17  Climate change research gets $2 million boost

14 Feb 17  Air conditioning drains US power supply

14 Feb 17  Norway saves skiing with climate-friendly snow

13 Feb 17  EDITORIAL: Numbers show the game is up

13 Feb 17  OPINION: Just another attempt to spread confusion

13 Feb 17  Australia’s energy grid can't handle extreme heat

10 Feb 17  How climate change plays havoc with Pacific weather

10 Feb 17  Methane emissions higher than feared, say scientists

9 Feb 17  Relying on foreign credits dangerous, say officials

9 Feb 17  Report explains Australia's worsening weather

8 Feb 17  Scientists call for unravelling of basic climate change

8 Feb 17  Seawater puts a dent in delta rice production

7 Feb 17  Tourism can make the world cleaner and greener

7 Feb 17  UK must not cool stance on global warming

2 Feb 17  Not such a nice day for a walk ... in some places

1 Feb 17  Small-scale hydro makes a big difference

1 Feb 17  UN will reward game-changing climate change ideas

31 Jan 17  Cold war days and the powers are talking climate change

27 Jan 17  EDS slams meaningless energy efficiency plans

27 Jan 17  Mexico works on setting up emissions trading

27 Jan 17  Can we learn to leave our wild forests alone?

27 Jan 17  How tiny microbes are revolutionising big agriculture

27 Jan 17  World needs to manage food, water and energy

27 Jan 17  Climate change caused Middle East dust storm

26 Jan 17  US faces ‘abrupt and substantial’ crop losses

25 Jan 17  Exxon predicts 25% rise in energy demand

24 Jan 17  MORGAN'S MESSAGE: You pollute, you pay

24 Jan 17  PACIFIC PROBLEM: Carbon cuts will not settle seas

21 Dec 16  Come see Pacific for yourself, MP tells Trump

21 Dec 16  Palm oil campaigner wins China scholarship

21 Dec 16  Global warming already causing local extinctions

21 Dec 16  Climate change puts the squeeze on coffee belt

20 Dec 16  Officials eye impact of carbon exposure on investments

19 Dec 16  New ways are Labour's way, says Little

19 Dec 16  Bennett stands alone in climate change portfolio

19 Dec 16  China’s electric vehicles set for bumpy ride

16 Dec 16  Farming faces pressure from global methane rise

15 Dec 16  Bloomberg study urges climate financial disclosures

15 Dec 16  Businesses must come clean on carbon, says Carney

15 Dec 16  New emissions reduction plan business as usual

15 Dec 16  The stuff we've put on Earth weighs 30 trillion tonnes

14 Dec 16  THE HEAT GOES ON: This year will be our hottest

14 Dec 16  Shrinking glaciers tell the whole climate story

13 Dec 16  Govt targets industrial sector in new energy strategy

12 Dec 16  Greens' bill calls for sustainability reporting

12 Dec 16  Unhealthy forests affect distant ecosystems

12 Dec 16  Tinkering with plants helps to boost crop yields

12 Dec 16  Earth's bulging wasteline is becoming a problem

12 Dec 16  Climate deniers face scientific pushback

8 Dec 16  Anxious states await extreme bushfire season

6 Dec 16  CLIMATE CALL: Waterway plantings worth billions

6 Dec 16  Anxious investors plead for clear climate policy

6 Dec 16  GRITTY GIFT: Windborne dust is Africa's export to the world

5 Dec 16  Cement develops an appetite for C02

2 Dec 16  Climate watchdog welcomes Treasury decision

2 Dec 16  More and more people are getting into bigger trouble

30 Nov 16  Wise Responders welcome Treasury's reaction to risk

30 Nov 16  Trump can't stop rising use of fossil fuels

30 Nov 16  World warming almost certain to affect wheat yields

28 Nov 16  Public wants to know green business credentials

28 Nov 16  Careless companies hit by rising water costs

28 Nov 16  Bolivia battles water crisis as glaciers vanish

28 Nov 16  Fish found to thrive in high levels of CO2

25 Nov 16  Why faster roads don't sit with our plans for electric cars

25 Nov 16  Richer forest biodiversity could rake in billions

24 Nov 16  Forget Trump, global climate action is on the move

24 Nov 16  Will China and Europe form a powerful climate bloc?

23 Nov 16  Bennett's new climate think-tank has work deadline

23 Nov 16  UN plans early warning network as climate risks soar

22 Nov 16  CLIMATE CLASS: We're ranked in the bottom five

22 Nov 16  NZ doctor gives Marrakech a message

22 Nov 16  Solar company wins innovation award

22 Nov 16  Emissions to jump under NSW land-clearing laws

21 Nov 16  Monitoring is the key to cutting emissions

18 Nov 16  It's going well, says PM, as we pick up another fossil award

18 Nov 16  Key will talk climate change with Trump

18 Nov 16  Musings from Marrakech ...

17 Nov 16  NZ eyes buying 80% international credits to meet target

17 Nov 16  Tokelau comes under the Paris Agreement umbrella

16 Nov 16  MARRAKECH MESSAGE: We've got enough clean credits

15 Nov 16  Treasury eyes action on cost of rising seas

15 Nov 16  Warming wreaks havoc with ecosystems

14 Nov 16  Beware knee-jerk reactions, says business head

14 Nov 16  American Muslims ditch fossil fuels investments

11 Nov 16  KYOTO QUERY: Is NZ carbon units stand legal?

11 Nov 16  What Trump means for the future of energy and climate

11 Nov 16  Stay calm, says transtasman investor group

11 Nov 16  Australia ratifies, under a large Trump-shaped shadow

11 Nov 16  How trade could help to green the economy

10 Nov 16  PLEASE EXPLAIN: NZ under scrutiny in Marrakech

10 Nov 16  Plant biodiversity at risk as climate changes

9 Nov 16  Churches call for fossil fuel funds divestments

9 Nov 16  We might be better than we think at absorbing carbon

9 Nov 16  We can’t bet on renewable energy to save the world

8 Nov 16  Climate change momentum begins today with Marrakech

8 Nov 16  The day the world shut the door on disaster

8 Nov 16  Fossil fuel majors strut their stuff for Marrakech

7 Nov 16  Morgan's party will stand firm on climate

7 Nov 16  How will Paris Agreement change your day-to-day life?

7 Nov 16  Politicians feel the heat from rising temperatures

4 Nov 16  NZ wins praise for work in global carbon markets

4 Nov 16  EDITORIAL: Welcome to the real world that's Paris

4 Nov 16  Australia left behind 12 months after Paris

4 Nov 16  Why geo-engineering is unlikely to save the world

2 Nov 16  EECA names award finalists

2 Nov 16  Will US policy push fossil fuels or clean energy?

2 Nov 16  LETTER: Stern Report 10 years later

1 Nov 16  Govt wants to break new ground for tree planting

1 Nov 16  Why aren’t Washington greenies supporting a carbon tax?

1 Nov 16  Changing rainfall patterns threaten food production

31 Oct 16  Rural capital gains tax could work, says report

31 Oct 16  Electric floor sparks power from footfalls

28 Oct 16  SICK SEAS: Our seafood industry under threat

27 Oct 16  US faces megadroughts and superstorms

25 Oct 16  MEMO INVESTORS: You can't ignore climate change

25 Oct 16  Energy efficiency makes impact on carbon emissions

25 Oct 16  Corporate climate risk is all about turning a profit

25 Oct 16  The world meets in Quito to discuss the future of cities

21 Oct 16  Border tax could cut emissions, says NZ economist

20 Oct 16  Secret ingredient lures bees into making more food

20 Oct 16  Why is the US Green Party so irrelevant?

19 Oct 16  Trees do their job much better than we thought

18 Oct 16  Paris promises could cost country $70 billion

18 Oct 16  Australian businesses keen to join global carbon trade

18 Oct 16  Scientists' revolutionary plan can save the rainforest

18 Oct 16  Fracking pumps up public’s climate fears

18 Oct 16  BLOOM GLOOM: Climate causing plankton problem

17 Oct 16  Climate change could crunch Auckland housing market

17 Oct 16  Global ‘bright spots’ offer climate change hope

14 Oct 16  Do we need an independent climate body?

14 Oct 16  Seaweed could cut methane emissions from cows

13 Oct 16  Investors tell car industry to get a move on

13 Oct 16  Climate impacts double number of forest fires

12 Oct 16  Minister hints at setting minimum carbon price

12 Oct 16  Australian firms accept role of carbon prices

12 Oct 16  Fossil fuel industry must halt expansion

11 Oct 16  Climate leaders eye challenges and a 'big idea'

11 Oct 16  Agroforestry can help the planet (and profits)

11 Oct 16  Climate change worsens Brazil’s drought

10 Oct 16  Govt knew use of hot-air credits would draw fire

10 Oct 16  We're not doing enough, warn global energy leaders

10 Oct 16  10 things you should know about climate change

10 Oct 16  It's our age, but we've lost control of the planet

10 Oct 16  What’s sugar got to do with it?

10 Oct 16  Business network wins sustainability award

7 Oct 16  Global aviation emissions deal gets wings

7 Oct 16  Climate treaty races toward hazy future

6 Oct 16  Opposition slams Government carbon credits plan

5 Oct 16  NZ ratifies Paris Agreement

5 Oct 16  Fossil fuel investors seek risks disclosure

4 Oct 16  Freight operators can make huge savings, says expert

4 Oct 16  PM's adviser has swing at climate policymakers

4 Oct 16  Propaganda masks global climate warnings

3 Oct 16  Airline emissions deal could boost offset bills

3 Oct 16  Why storing carbon in land can’t solve climate change

30 Sep 16  REAGAN REVISTED: Climate change and the big race

30 Sep 16  Fossil fuel majors ignore climate crisis

30 Sep 16  Ten things you should know about climate change ...

29 Sep 16  Rising emissions mean NZ will miss Paris targets

29 Sep 16  Russia in the slow lane on road to Paris

28 Sep 16  Govt learns we can't cut emissions and sell more milk

28 Sep 16  Food supply fears spark China's global land grab

28 Sep 16  Ten things you should know about climate change …

28 Sep 16  IPCC chair: We can meet 2deg target if we act fast

28 Sep 16  Current emissions dangerous enough, says study

28 Sep 16  Mali boosts Paris numbers

27 Sep 16  Voluntary actions have role, says carbon certifier

27 Sep 16  Ten things you should know about climate change …

27 Sep 16  Burning existing fossil fuels will break the Paris bank

26 Sep 16  Why NZ doesn't need foreign carbon credits

26 Sep 16  Sometimes the research doesn't do the job

26 Sep 16  We can't blame the solar cycle for global warming

23 Sep 16  PARIS PACT: Morganists say NZ must sell units

23 Sep 16  PARIS PACT: Farmers play it short and sweet

23 Sep 16  PARIS PACT: Gen Zero does the job for MPs

23 Sep 16  NZ will join aviation emissions agreement

23 Sep 16  Dire climate impacts go unheeded

22 Sep 16  Countries rush to ratify Paris Agreement

22 Sep 16  No way, Nick, you can't claim credit for the ETS

22 Sep 16  Emissions targets need all-electric cars

21 Sep 16  Study sees carbon price reaching $60 by 2030

21 Sep 16  Native American pipeline resistance is about climate justice

21 Sep 16  New patent boosts CO2 capture hopes

20 Sep 16  Goff promises his mayoral car will be electric

19 Sep 16  US military stresses climate security risks

19 Sep 16  Will the planet really profit from natural capital?

16 Sep 16  Gas emissions (the reported kind) take a dive

16 Sep 16  RAIL v ROAD: Trains still come out in front

16 Sep 16  Renewables establish economic lead

15 Sep 16  Big banks under attack over damaging investments

15 Sep 16  How companies get smart about climate change

15 Sep 16  Gas pipelines run over EU energy policy

15 Sep 16  Lower crop yields test market forces

14 Sep 16  Ocean warming intensifies power of typhoons

13 Sep 16  The fossil fuel divestment game is getting bigger

13 Sep 16  Warmer world not healthy for wheat crops

13 Sep 16  Logged forests could be wildlife refuges

12 Sep 16  Amazon burns as Brazil signs Paris pledge

12 Sep 16  Making wine brings a lot of energy headaches

12 Sep 16  Planting flooded paddies raises rice methane threat

9 Sep 16  New EV exemption won't work, says Treasury

9 Sep 16  Paris pact submissions will be heard this month

8 Sep 16  Lobby group asks investor to drop fossil fuels

8 Sep 16  PACIFIC PARIAH: Australia’s love of coal has left it out in the diplomatic cold

8 Sep 16  Europe’s nuclear club slows emissions cuts

7 Sep 16  A-CHOO!: Warming world set to raise pollen count

7 Sep 16  Dissenting academics write own climate report

6 Sep 16  Paris pact signing could be only weeks away

6 Sep 16  Banks put high price on climate change risks

5 Sep 16  Cook Islands quietly does the climate business

2 Sep 16  Why Direct Action didn't work for big emitters

2 Sep 16  G20 emissions pledges are far too low

2 Sep 16  Climate Change Authority gambles on political pragmatism

1 Sep 16  Minister wants to see environmental accountability

1 Sep 16  CAPITAL CASE: Strong policies will attract investment

1 Sep 16  Bennett all ears as Canberra talks about Paris

31 Aug 16  How NZ could plug loophole in climate refugee law

30 Aug 16  Major nations not far off ratifying Paris pact

30 Aug 16  Americans face rising hurricane bills

29 Aug 16  How Paris Agreement could punish the economy

26 Aug 16  PARIS PROMISE: Money men wanted farmers to pay

26 Aug 16  Paris Agreement could lock in warming for centuries

25 Aug 16  2005 TRICK: It doesn't tell the real emissions story

25 Aug 16  Can a single region show Florida how to adapt?

24 Aug 16  Climate impact of clouds defies simple analysis

23 Aug 16  NZ lets economics rule environment policies

23 Aug 16  Forest restoration can turn the clock back

23 Aug 16  Rock-solid carbon storage hopes rise

22 Aug 16  Why we should aim for a million electric vehicles

22 Aug 16  Are our computers chewing up the power supply?

18 Aug 16  Bennett rules out parties' two key climate points

18 Aug 16  National MPs join Green climate group

16 Aug 16  DIRTY DOZEN: Big firms who traded in cheap units

16 Aug 16  Our marine farms might be feeling the pinch

16 Aug 16  Science studies the changing face of vegetation

15 Aug 16  Why it's a tough job to get Paris pact over the line

12 Aug 16  HEAT'S ON: Climate will change the Olympic game

11 Aug 16  The world of climate change ... according to Donald Trump

10 Aug 16  Anxious farmers keen to keep carbon subsidies

9 Aug 16  Nation needs emissions targets, says banker

9 Aug 16  Mighty mangroves might be major weapon in climate fight

8 Aug 16  CLIMATE COSTS: Three things we must do now

8 Aug 16  Environment groups push plan to meet Paris goals

8 Aug 16  Can ‘climate corridors’ help species to adapt?

5 Aug 16  Trees clear winner as carbon farmer cashes in

4 Aug 16  Businesses call for ETS policy certainty

4 Aug 16  SHARKNADO 4: Really, this movie matters

3 Aug 16  We look to be light on climate change officials

1 Aug 16  Industry slams failure of free-market forestry

1 Aug 16  NZ scientist to join key climate study

1 Aug 16  ... and it's staying warm here

28 Jul 16  Bennett: We'll have to revisit emissions cuts

27 Jul 16  SUSTAINABILITY: We're getting the hang of it

27 Jul 16  Z gets an A for corporate responsibility

27 Jul 16  Floods sound call to sea-level action, say Greens

26 Jul 16  PARIS POSER: We must sign the pledge ... but when?

26 Jul 16  Pest-free state could help to control climate changes

26 Jul 16  Scientists call for more work on 1.5deg target

26 Jul 16  Huge Episcopal church backs climate action

26 Jul 16  Irish agriculture faces emissions dilemma

25 Jul 16  PHEW! Are these really winter temperatures?

25 Jul 16  MINE GAMES: Plunder of Earth’s natural resources is rising

22 Jul 16  Our forests key to the future, say scientists

22 Jul 16  UN awards us a fail mark for handling of environment

22 Jul 16  Climate change costs are still climbing

20 Jul 16  Minister reports on second stage of ETS review

20 Jul 16  Offshore windfarms power ahead in Europe

19 Jul 16  Carbon policy proposals fail to impress Beehive

19 Jul 16  New climate minister believes in 'moral case' for coal

19 Jul 16  Britain could warm by 4deg this century

19 Jul 16  Humans leave greater green fingerprints

18 Jul 16  CLIMATE COSTS: Someone needs to be responsible

18 Jul 16  DROUGHT-DODGER: Let's hear it for the humble bean

15 Jul 16  Subsidy loss will cost dairy farmers a 'low' $4588

15 Jul 16  Firms made closure threats over 1:2 subsidy change

15 Jul 16  POWER STRUGGLE: Why the energy market doesn't work

15 Jul 16  This time, can Turnbull do climate and energy?

14 Jul 16  POWER SHOCK: Just how climate friendly are we?

14 Jul 16  Three reasons to be cheerful about the 1.5deg target

13 Jul 16  GRIM GOLD: Precious metals leave hidden climate footprint

12 Jul 16  Forester urges Govt to remove carbon market risks

12 Jul 16  How a single word sparked a four-year saga of climate fact-checking and blog backlash

12 Jul 16  Disturbing forests damages natural diversity

11 Jul 16  BONUS BILLION: Our untouched energy potential

11 Jul 16  VW emissions scandal fuels corporate doubts

11 Jul 16  Climate change killed Europeans in 2003 heat

11 Jul 16  Europe puts weight behind Korean ETS

11 Jul 16  Drying lands increase peat bog fire hazard

8 Jul 16  Road emissions rising ... at just the wrong time

8 Jul 16  Bennett keen to talk with opposition parties

8 Jul 16  Climate change website dries up

7 Jul 16  CLIMATE CRUNCH: Is the political ice beginning to melt?

7 Jul 16  Nature and wildlife need their own seats at the UN

6 Jul 16  Greens slam Government for climate failures

6 Jul 16  BURNING ISSUE: One fire service way to go, say Greens

6 Jul 16  Humans drive evolution, creating and destroying species

6 Jul 16  Why UK’s latest carbon budget isn’t ambitious enough

5 Jul 16  Global bond market mobilises for climate change

4 Jul 16  Energy leaders renew faith in renewables

4 Jul 16  Paris pledges fall short on emissions

4 Jul 16  Red alert sounds in the Arctic

4 Jul 16  Green and cool roofs provide relief for hot cities

1 Jul 16  Treasury willing to set up sea-level watchdog group

1 Jul 16  Here's the weather report ... and it's not good

1 Jul 16  Brexit hot air causes climate project problems

30 Jun 16  WEAK WORDS: We need clear advice, says watchdog

30 Jun 16  Bill and I haven't talked sea level, admits Bennett

30 Jun 16  Why electric cars need to boost market share

29 Jun 16  Politicians not helping, says climate academic

28 Jun 16  Price floor or perish, experts tell European market

27 Jun 16  California trees have billion-dollar street value

27 Jun 16  How science can strengthen endangered plants

24 Jun 16  EMISSIONS EDICT: Time to act, says Toyota chief

24 Jun 16  A brief history of fossil-fuelled climate denial

24 Jun 16  The race is on to feed a warming world

23 Jun 16  Officials tell why we need a carbon price floor

23 Jun 16  COAL PART 5: China’s future is up in the air

23 Jun 16  Are the Greens the climate radicals Australia needs?

23 Jun 16  Rugged climate puts the squeeze on cuddly koalas

22 Jun 16  PUMP SLUMP: True carbon cost would punish petrol

22 Jun 16  NZ unlikely to use banked credits, says minister

22 Jun 16  Catholic church thinking big on fossil fuel divestment

22 Jun 16  Experts offer help to victims of solar charge

22 Jun 16  COAL PART 4: Carbon capture unlikely to be the saviour

22 Jun 16  Using CO2 could improve fracking efficiency

21 Jun 16  Bennett vows to hold carbon price at $25

20 Jun 16  Big players' threats might force NZ to sign early

20 Jun 16  Energy minister is electrifying

20 Jun 16  Climate warming raises global economic threats

20 Jun 16  More want climate action now than before carbon tax

17 Jun 16  UN says ratify; Government says not yet

17 Jun 16  Blow to carbon markets if Britain leaves Europe

17 Jun 16  Islands could become first 100% renewable nations

16 Jun 16  DIRTY DOLLARS: PM's bank backs the big polluters

16 Jun 16  Record CO2 levels signal sizzling summers

15 Jun 16  How low oil prices could weaken Paris pact

14 Jun 16  Why we're getting it wrong on growth of cities

14 Jun 16  HOW TO DO IT: Store CO2 by turning it into stone

14 Jun 16  COAL PART 3: How miners secured workers' rights

13 Jun 16  EECA chief to end 10 years at the top

13 Jun 16  It's a sign of the times

13 Jun 16  COAL PART 2: Window on an ancient world

13 Jun 16  Introducing: The bionic leaf that could fuel a revolution

10 Jun 16  $20b Brownlee: We're doing all we can for climate

10 Jun 16  Victoria sets date to be carbon neutral

10 Jun 16  Scientists puzzle over Antarctica’s long-term ice loss

10 Jun 16  COAL PART 1: King of the Industrial Revolution, but not always on the right path

9 Jun 16  SEA-RISE RISK: We're facing damage worth billions

9 Jun 16  Energy independence won’t cure climate ills

8 Jun 16  CARBON COST: Govt ignores roading impact

8 Jun 16  Bennett reaffirms energy aid for islands

8 Jun 16  Soil researcher has a wee problem

8 Jun 16  How to achieve sustainable clean water for everyone

7 Jun 16  Big names back global renewable energy drive

7 Jun 16  Europe’s renewables spending hits 10-year low

3 Jun 16  Carbon price up 10.9% since subsidy dumped

2 Jun 16  Dams could be backup for melted glacier water

2 Jun 16  Genghis could conquer anything … except climate change

1 Jun 16  CLIMATE CO-OP: Welcome to Coalition of the Willing

1 Jun 16  Indian army marches into climate change battle

31 May 16  How we can slash emissions from industrial buildings

31 May 16  Diplomat takes on agriculture emissions job

31 May 16  TEN YEARS ON: How An Inconvenient Truth made its mark on climate debate

30 May 16  We’re kidding ourselves if we think we can reset Earth’s damaged ecosystems

30 May 16  Why energy crops have been a major flop with farmers

30 May 16  Under the sea, life's good in the octopus’ garden

27 May 16  BUDGET BOOST: Carbon crashes through $15 barrier

27 May 16  So, what does it mean for climate change?

27 May 16  Farming’s dirty needs have a deadly effect

26 May 16  BUDGET 2016: One-for-two goes but price cap stays

26 May 16  NATS' 19%: Bennett blames population growth

26 May 16  Minister puts figure on hot-air credits

26 May 16  New report sees world of expanding carbon markets

26 May 16  US insurance aid props up climate-risk homes

25 May 16  PARIS PUSH: Pact could be ready to go next year

25 May 16  Coastal climate law shift is a landmark reform

24 May 16  Solar operator slams vested interests in pro-EV report

24 May 16  GREEN GOOD: Beware of a business backlash

24 May 16  EATING AUSSIES: Dining on kangaroos and camels could help the environment

24 May 16  Oil majors tread cautiously toward renewables

23 May 16  CARBON CRISIS: Our emissions up a whopping 56%

23 May 16  Scientists can't do it alone, says PM's adviser

23 May 16  Climate food shocks not good news for us, says report

23 May 16  Farming needs to play a lead role to meet Paris targets

23 May 16  ELECTION 2016: Climate politics off to a chilly start

23 May 16  Want to know if the Paris climate deal is working?

20 May 16  I agree this is serious, Bennett tells scientists

20 May 16  The Earth is not flat, it is urban, says UN report

19 May 16  Energy awards show what the country can do

19 May 16  Go-ahead Ontario adopts carbon trading scheme

19 May 16  BLOWIN' IN THE WIND: China's desertification dust is even reaching our shores

19 May 16  Future climate could cast shade on renewables

18 May 16  Why funds managers must come clean on climate risks

18 May 16  Chairman aside, AMP says it's serious about climate

18 May 16  Climate adaptation gap grows wider

17 May 16  ETS ANSWERS: Three ways to make it work

17 May 16  Fairness key as UN begins strengthening Paris deal

17 May 16  It's more bad news for carbon capture

16 May 16  Summer storms will bring flash floods to cities

16 May 16  Troubled Brazil prepares to roll back green laws

13 May 16  Memo property investors: You have a climate duty

13 May 16  How updating office buildings can cut emissions

13 May 16  RISING SEAS: It all depends on your neighbourhood

13 May 16  Unbearable heat will force populations to flee

12 May 16  Forest carbon storage risky, warns thinktank

12 May 16  Carbon emissions rise in study of future energy

11 May 16  FAIR GO: What to make of our emissions targets

11 May 16  How a global carbon price will bring emissions down

11 May 16  Bloomberg task force extends deadline

11 May 16  Big names line up for Green Ribbon Awards

10 May 16  Record numbers of NZUs on the move

10 May 16  Australia delays ETS report till after election

10 May 16  Change to clean energy means massive social change

10 May 16  Can we save the algae biofuel industry?

9 May 16  CLIMATE REFUGEES: G20 group wants clarification

9 May 16  LOST ISLANDS OF THE SOLOMONS: Finally, scientists have the evidence

9 May 16  Solar industry fights lines companies' taxes

9 May 16  Climate confusion creeps into Trump camp

9 May 16  Nuclear power plant costs roll onwards and upwards

6 May 16  Long road ahead for EVs, says energy expert

5 May 16  CREDITS CRUNCH: We'll need millions of international units

5 May 16  Dead zones are sapping the seas of oxygen

4 May 16  At last, Government to reveal plan for electric cars

4 May 16  ... and this is what the country expects to see

4 May 16  Why scientists must challenge poor media reporting

3 May 16  Make ETS like a market, says our biggest emitter

3 May 16  Busy Bennett draws up climate to-do list

3 May 16  Government might not carry over units

3 May 16  Phasing out fossil fuels more than just a straight swap

2 May 16  Run carbon prices like the dollar, says academic

2 May 16  Officials eye pile of ETS submissions

29 Apr 16  We've got 10,000 stories ... and a special deal for you

29 Apr 16  CLIMATE CRISIS: Why English must act on costs

29 Apr 16  Fewer car parks, greener cities, says commissioner

29 Apr 16  MEMO MINISTER: How to do it the Morgan Way

29 Apr 16  Love thy neighbour and feel the power

28 Apr 16  WINDFALL MILLIONS: Govt quiet on future of free credits

28 Apr 16  Genesis extends life of Huntly coal-fired plant

28 Apr 16  We need an emissions cap, says business council

28 Apr 16  Labor’s climate policy puts it back in the game

28 Apr 16  Policy sounds good to us, say investors

28 Apr 16  How ancient warm periods can help to predict climate change

28 Apr 16  There's no need to fell forests to feed the world

27 Apr 16  CARBON CLUES: The Govt must tell us what it's doing

27 Apr 16  Carbon budgeting big success, says UK expert

26 Apr 16  What we must change to get emissions under control

26 Apr 16  Bennett stays on course for higher carbon price

26 Apr 16  PARIS PACT: New Zealand's world, according to Bennett

26 Apr 16  PARIS PACT: How should we compensate the poor countries?

26 Apr 16  Monsoon on the move brews trouble for tea

22 Apr 16  What NZ must to do under the climate treaty

22 Apr 16  Cool building ideas for hot cities of the future

21 Apr 16  ETS ADVICE: Supply more important than price

21 Apr 16  US-Canada pact eases Arctic drilling fears

20 Apr 16  Business backs stronger line on climate

20 Apr 16  Nature is neglected in election at nation's peril

20 Apr 16  Nuclear costs are travelling in uncharted territory

19 Apr 16  WAKE UP! The nation must start taking action

19 Apr 16  Bennett to talk climate change with the big guns

19 Apr 16  Here's a six-point plan for getting Australia on track

19 Apr 16  Soil could save Earth from overheating

19 Apr 16  CONFIRMED: Over 90% of climate scientists are believers

18 Apr 16  NZ international credits dealing is fraud, says report

18 Apr 16  Our man in Tokyo gets top climate-change job

18 Apr 16  Climate-threatened islands now facing the Big Dry

18 Apr 16  Forgetting fossil fuels a turning point in history

15 Apr 16  Why carbon price is key to forestry worth billions

15 Apr 16  Wasted food places heavy burden on climate

15 Apr 16  Blame burning fossil fuels for most sea-level rise

14 Apr 16  Top table invites us to chew over carbon market

14 Apr 16  Big powers in push for small nuclear reactors

13 Apr 16  TASK FORCE: Bennett going public to cut emissions

13 Apr 16  Adopting Paris Agreement could be a year away

13 Apr 16  Planners getting the climate change message

12 Apr 16  Climate minister will sign us up to Paris pact

12 Apr 16  Could this be a fair dinkum climate policy for Australia?

12 Apr 16  If our ecosystems are threatened, let’s move them

11 Apr 16  NZ runs global group setting up trading rules

11 Apr 16  PARIS PACT: Will we or won't we join the party?

11 Apr 16  Drought-ravaged California is feeling the pressure

8 Apr 16  Major bank sees 2020 Asia-Pacific carbon market

8 Apr 16  Banks threaten to unleash infrastructure tsunami

7 Apr 16  Solar energy shines as power business shrinks

6 Apr 16  INDEFENSIBLE! Scientists slam Key's climate change attitude

6 Apr 16  The case for a carbon tax on airline flight tickets

6 Apr 16  Plants find cool response to warming

5 Apr 16  GET WISE! We have a real carbon exposure risk

5 Apr 16  Fiscal risk of climate change is in the trillions

5 Apr 16  Labour MP: Leaving overstayers here will help sinking islands

5 Apr 16  Air NZ emissions move wins global support

5 Apr 16  GM crops can thrive as climate warms

4 Apr 16  Businesses don't get it, says Bloomberg group

4 Apr 16  SEA-LEVEL WARNING: The Government won't listen

4 Apr 16  Antarctic melt could be alarming, say scientists

4 Apr 16  Auckland campus looks at sustainability

1 Apr 16  You're gambling, Greens tell Government

1 Apr 16  What does the science really say about sea-level rise?

1 Apr 16  Science grapples with climate conundrums

31 Mar 16  Storing carbon could help to meet climate goals

30 Mar 16  Rising heat brings earlier (and better) vintage

29 Mar 16  'Unless you make the price of fossil fuels honest, people will just keep burning them'

29 Mar 16  Does doing renewable energy demand the undoable?

29 Mar 16  It looks like Asia is losing its appetite for coal

24 Mar 16  Labour vows to set new rules around carbon risk

24 Mar 16  What will Turnbull’s $1b energy fund actually do?

23 Mar 16  OUR SUSTAINABLE FUTURE: Labour lays it on the line

23 Mar 16  Black-out Bridges keeps us in the dark on e-cars

23 Mar 16  No worries, says Key, science will save the world

23 Mar 16  Are vegetables really the most low-carbon diet?

22 Mar 16  Electric cars the answer for NZ, says report

22 Mar 16  Beehive blind to one big fact, says energy expert

22 Mar 16  European politicians push nuclear ‘poison pill’

21 Mar 16  Energy efficiency in itself can become a market

18 Mar 16  Climate change lines up big hit for hydro plants

17 Mar 16  Give ETS strength, pleads forest industry chief

17 Mar 16  Carbon creeps up as minister talks ETS changes

17 Mar 16  Stretching the laws of physics will make a world of difference

17 Mar 16  Meltdown Earth: Is there anyone out there listening?

16 Mar 16  Clean energy is a win-win for the US

16 Mar 16  UN goals need climate-change action now

16 Mar 16  Mediterranean may be driest for 900 years

15 Mar 16  Give cities their own planning rules, says commissioner

15 Mar 16  Climate needs Africa’s farmers to change fast

14 Mar 16  Food production threatens to overwhelm climate efforts

11 Mar 16  New methane probe points finger at agriculture

11 Mar 16  Massive sea level rise if southern ice sheet melts

11 Mar 16  Sorry, but throwing seawater at Antarctica won't fix the problem

11 Mar 16  How climate denial gained a foothold in the Liberal Party

10 Mar 16  Electric car sales worldwide are powering ahead

10 Mar 16  If planners understand it's cool to green cities, what's stopping them?

9 Mar 16  Clean, green report card shows we're woeful

9 Mar 16  How to make an ETS, Kiwi-style ... or not

9 Mar 16  The Great White Hope of climate science gets darker

9 Mar 16  Human fingerprint on extreme weather goes back to the 30s

8 Mar 16  How climate helped to trigger the fall of Angkor Wat

7 Mar 16  New map will help you navigate the ETS world

7 Mar 16  What the White House hopefuls think of new energy

7 Mar 16  An environmentally just city works best for all

7 Mar 16  Warming means unfair share for poor

7 Mar 16  CEOs emerge unscathed by environment lawsuits

4 Mar 16  ETS overhaul not enough, says climate academic

4 Mar 16  Future food needs decisions now, says report

3 Mar 16  Government on verge of e-car action

3 Mar 16  It's time to look at energy goals, says minister

3 Mar 16  Here's how we can make power plants green and beautiful

3 Mar 16  Recycled water could help to cut the food bills

2 Mar 16  Investors warn NZ of carbon over-protectionism

2 Mar 16  Quitting Kyoto might cost us, new minister hears

2 Mar 16  The NZEUR is dead, long live the NZETR

2 Mar 16  $7.29m ... that's what the ETS costs to run

2 Mar 16  Cold-blooded Buffett tells investors to buy into Noah's Law

1 Mar 16  Clean energy reaches record heights in China

1 Mar 16  Green bond market aims to raise fighting fund

1 Mar 16  Cold light shines on Paris climate pledges

1 Mar 16  Capital first, people second, says cities report

29 Feb 16  US uses trade rules to hinder India’s solar hopes

29 Feb 16  Runaway emissions could make Earth uninhabitable

29 Feb 16  Canberra backs fossil fuel 'growth centre' with $15m

26 Feb 16  WARNING: Why we must slash emissions now

26 Feb 16  Carbon budget is only half as big as we thought

26 Feb 16  Energy efficiency in the spotlight

26 Feb 16  Urban sprawl is threatening Sydney’s foodbowl

25 Feb 16  NZ and China best friends under carbon pact

25 Feb 16  Z Energy wishlist: Everybody must be in ETS

25 Feb 16  Stand by for a miracle, says billionaire Bill

25 Feb 16  Energy markets unlikely ally in the emissions effort

24 Feb 16  Beehive shows signs of hearing business call

24 Feb 16  You talk too much, market expert tells Canberra

24 Feb 16  New study finds Antarctic ice sheets vulnerable

24 Feb 16  To meet Paris goals, do we need to engineer the climate?

23 Feb 16  Market likes minister's carbon price comment

23 Feb 16  ETS key is clear direction, say officials

23 Feb 16  OPINION: Our forest industry is heading south

23 Feb 16  Climate change is killing off India’s giant bees

22 Feb 16  New minister pushes for carbon price rise

22 Feb 16  NZ to promote international markets idea at UN

22 Feb 16  Why ETS examination should take the long view

22 Feb 16  ETS ... we're hitting the target but missing the point

22 Feb 16  Carbon capture could be costly and risky

15 Feb 16  Fund managers could face climate backlash

15 Feb 16  We're looking for friends in the carbon market

15 Feb 16  Bill puts the environment in its place

15 Feb 16  Blame climate for stirring up ancient political turmoil

15 Feb 16  New aviation rules will just delay the heavy lifting

15 Feb 16  Saving our ecosystems step in the right direction

9 Feb 16  Govt's ETS stand has dangers, say economists

9 Feb 16  It's time to rethink what we want from farming

9 Feb 16  CSIRO boss' logic could waste billions in taxes

9 Feb 16  Useful waste offers win-win energy benefits

9 Feb 16  Disease threatens to kill off bananas ... but there's a way we might save them

9 Feb 16  Investors tip balance toward renewables

9 Feb 16  Oceans are heating up ... at the double

9 Feb 16  Giant blades snatch energy from the air

9 Feb 16  How human impacts fuel weather extremes

9 Feb 16  Many Brits can't be bothered, survey shows

2 Feb 16  Why post-Paris businesses must get moving

2 Feb 16  Carbon questions lie in wait at Waitangi

2 Feb 16  Stakeholders next up in ETS review

2 Feb 16  Our leaders suddenly silent on climate change

2 Feb 16  Labour setting sail to test the waters of the Pacific

2 Feb 16  SBC chief off to work for the Government

2 Feb 16  Canberra pulls plug on emissions funding

2 Feb 16  Sick seas paint picture of how our future could be

2 Feb 16  Solar club builds up powerful alliance

2 Feb 16  How planning helps these farmers to beat the climate

2 Feb 16  New oil and gas wells will wait for price rise

2 Feb 16  Ancient plankton give up secrets to science

25 Jan 16  NZ unlikely to act on emissions conditions

25 Jan 16  Keystone pipeline case holds warning for NZ

25 Jan 16  We need fearless leaders, says Clark

25 Jan 16  Kiwis might be cool, but the heat is still on

25 Jan 16  Stand by ... it's another rough ride for forests

25 Jan 16  Sydney makes a plan to win the climate war

25 Jan 16  Pakistan turns to coal to keep factories running

25 Jan 16  Carbon capture technology needs urgent help

25 Jan 16  The last time it was this hot hippos lived in Britain

18 Jan 16  Target in sight ... but we're dining on leftovers

18 Jan 16  Businesses' biggest headache is the climate

18 Jan 16  America's politics of climate unlikely to change

18 Jan 16  Are electric vehicles really the best option?

18 Jan 16  The current economic system is looking pretty tired

18 Jan 16  Why more droughts might mean less power

18 Jan 16  Science opens routes to energy recycling

18 Jan 16  UK must balance food farming impacts

15 Dec 15  COMMENT: Great, now all we need is a plan

15 Dec 15  We're beginning to see the wood despite the trees

15 Dec 15  NZ leads charge for world carbon market

15 Dec 15  New food status doesn't let NZ off the hook

15 Dec 15  Facts come first, says our new climate chief

15 Dec 15  Govt didn't ask officials about agriculture and the ETS review

15 Dec 15  Pacific forester grabs Paris incentive

15 Dec 15  Minister releases (some) TPPA safeguards

15 Dec 15  Treaty emerges from battle of the verbs

15 Dec 15  What we can learn from the rise and fall of climate and civilizations

15 Dec 15  Farmers would do better to understand the land

15 Dec 15  US town faces watery end from rising sea

15 Dec 15  Meet the fossil fuel firms paying for Paris

7 Dec 15  Catastrophe looms as arable land is lost

7 Dec 15  Labour's new voice wins support for island nations

7 Dec 15  Climate and international laws trap islanders

7 Dec 15  Most Kiribati households are mulling migration

7 Dec 15  Hansen: Why global ‘carbon fee’ system will work

7 Dec 15  Corporate sustainability won’t solve climate change

7 Dec 15  Energy game-changers look to future

30 Nov 15  Oil-hunter Key calls for end to fossil fuel help

30 Nov 15  Little strengthens climate change muscle

30 Nov 15  Treat agriculture like anyone else, says Caygill

30 Nov 15  Can eating less meat really tackle climate change?

30 Nov 15  Perfect storm heads for fossil fuel assets

30 Nov 15  Breakthrough ushers in era of guilt-free gas

30 Nov 15  UN report counts human cost of changing climate

24 Nov 15  Government launches review of ETS

24 Nov 15  Agriculture fails to make the cut

23 Nov 15  Groser hints at boost for carbon prices

23 Nov 15  How climate change has taken a turn for the worse

23 Nov 15  Rising sea levels ... we've been there before

23 Nov 15  Smelter owner among worst carbon offenders

23 Nov 15  Brazilian drought adds to impact of dam collapse

23 Nov 15  Russia will use forests as a Paris bargaining chip

23 Nov 15  Bushfires overlap strains fire-fighting resources

23 Nov 15  The Big Apple puts bite on all corporations

23 Nov 15  How to ensure nations stick to Paris commitments

23 Nov 15  What will be top of mind for Africa at climate talks?

23 Nov 15  Poor nation earns rich praise for emissions target

23 Nov 15  How we see ourselves in the year 2100

16 Nov 15  Top-drawer dozen dodge climate change grilling

16 Nov 15  Groser: I've given no advice on stranded assets

16 Nov 15  Business speaks out: There's no other choice

16 Nov 15  Travel industry slashes carbon emissions

16 Nov 15  Five chase energy management prize

16 Nov 15  Biggest economies still backing fossil fuels

16 Nov 15  Fires and drought put pressure on US agriculture

16 Nov 15  Business picking up the pace ahead of Paris summit

9 Nov 15  OFFICIALS: Why we need to halve our emissions

9 Nov 15  Get the waka back on course, says Maori expert

9 Nov 15  Time running out on ETS review promises

9 Nov 15  TPPA acknowledges carbon emissions

9 Nov 15  Hamilton hosts 'Greatest Show on Earth'

9 Nov 15  Go-it-alone action can break climate gridlock

9 Nov 15  Cash is key to success at Paris climate talks

9 Nov 15  Industrial waste could offset climate emissions

9 Nov 15  As drought looms, the Murray-Darling is healthier

2 Nov 15  Big Aussies signal quit-carbon commitments

2 Nov 15  Why we need a world agreement on agri emissions

2 Nov 15  Best not to mess with agriculture yet, says NZ First

2 Nov 15  How to build a city fit for 50deg heatwaves

2 Nov 15  Spread of drylands will hit poorer nations hardest

27 Oct 15  Businesses want more done, says survey

27 Oct 15  EDITORIAL: The times they are a-changin' ... quickly

27 Oct 15  Business boss believes voters can force action

27 Oct 15  Groser confirms emissions backlash fear

27 Oct 15  BNZ's farmers are serious about climate change

27 Oct 15  Cities are the key, says Auckland mayor

27 Oct 15  Humanity at climate crossroads, warns Stern

27 Oct 15  Victoria's green efforts win high awards

27 Oct 15  Hurricanes wreak economic havoc as world warms

27 Oct 15  Big emitters shift burden to poorer nations

27 Oct 15  Wages set to fall unless warming is tackled

21 Oct 15  Groser confirms ETS review this year

21 Oct 15  'Bottom-up' agreement possible in Paris

21 Oct 15  Business needs to take a stand

21 Oct 15  New pest threat will cost millions

19 Oct 15  Papers suggest what's on the table at ETS review

19 Oct 15  Email to English: Emissions cut target looks bad

19 Oct 15  Powerful line-up to talk climate change

19 Oct 15  We might have to help refugees, admits Groser

19 Oct 15  Follow us and save the world, says Groser

19 Oct 15  Climate cash flow to poorer nations still too slow

19 Oct 15  Europe faces a big chill, warn climate scientists

19 Oct 15  A new era of migration ... and not just for people

12 Oct 15  Worried health workers call for climate action

12 Oct 15  NZ gives to help stop destruction of oceans

12 Oct 15  It's time for the hard work to begin

12 Oct 15  France has a soil plan – and it’s not just about wine

12 Oct 15  Climate-smart villages boost Nepali farmers' harvests

5 Oct 15  Biofuel, e-cars and trees are the way we must go

5 Oct 15  Our climate excuses don't wash, say enviro officials

5 Oct 15  China ups the pace, so the time to act is now

5 Oct 15  The climate change message is do something

5 Oct 15  Climate change threatens financial crash, says banker

5 Oct 15  Islands play vital climate change role, says UN chief

5 Oct 15  Climate threatens Pacific with seesaw sea levels

5 Oct 15  A 21st century government must care for nature

5 Oct 15  Global experts talk low-carbon economy

5 Oct 15  Elephant grass could offer viable alternative to coal

28 Sep 15  Government shows no interest in climate risks study

28 Sep 15  Here's to a low-emissions future for agriculture

28 Sep 15  China unveils trading plan and joins hands with US

28 Sep 15  UN adopts bold new sustainability goals

28 Sep 15  Volkswagen budgets billions to stem cheating tide

28 Sep 15  OECD urges end to policies which support fossil fuels

28 Sep 15  Investors opt out of fossil fuels as climate talks near

28 Sep 15  Arctic thaw would cost half of world's annual earnings

28 Sep 15  Forests move centre stage in India’s climate plan

28 Sep 15  How low-tech farming can help African farmers

21 Sep 15  Backlash fear stopped move on agriculture emissions

21 Sep 15  How Groser battled for a 15% emissions cut

21 Sep 15  No action on agriculture could cost us $13b

21 Sep 15  More officials mirror Treasury advice to Cabinet

21 Sep 15  Member's bill demands end to fossil fuels investment

21 Sep 15  Report shows up double-standards of G20 countries

21 Sep 15  Turnbull should go back to his old climate self

21 Sep 15  The global warming slowdown is an illusion

21 Sep 15  India in disarray over strategy on global warming

21 Sep 15  Climate change efforts are hurting Africa’s rural poor

21 Sep 15  Does bioenergy have a green energy future in the US?

14 Sep 15  Business, officials want cross-party climate deal

14 Sep 15  Tim Flannery gives us hope ... and we're giving away a of copy of his new book

14 Sep 15  Go talk to China, Key tells islands leaders

14 Sep 15  Norman hopes for more action ... this time for real

14 Sep 15  Canberra climate boss quits over 'hostile' minister

14 Sep 15  ... so, where does the authority go from here

14 Sep 15  Paris pledges on emissions cuts too weak to work

14 Sep 15  Copenhagen chair fears Paris talks outcome

14 Sep 15  Efficiency drive can cut a quarter off energy demand

7 Sep 15  Advisers scrap over emissions cuts target

7 Sep 15  Greens bend to seek political climate consensus

7 Sep 15  Pssst! ... Government wants to kickstart e-cars

7 Sep 15  Global tree census highlights need to restore forests

7 Sep 15  Greener cities are best at taming urban heat

7 Sep 15  Top musicians release love song to Earth

7 Sep 15  Worth listening to ... Naomi Klein on climate change

7 Sep 15  Scientists to probe ocean acidification

31 Aug 15  Stranded-assets threat making mark on business

31 Aug 15  Shell swims against oil price tide

31 Aug 15  The green-tech future is a flawed vision of sustainability

31 Aug 15  Hurricane Katrina: what have we learned?

31 Aug 15  Climate models may misjudge soils' carbon emissions

31 Aug 15  Emissions are putting species in lethal danger

31 Aug 15  We can turn CO2 in the air into new materials

24 Aug 15  Islamic climate experts urge 1.5° limit on warming

24 Aug 15  China’s carbon count is not as high as feared

24 Aug 15  If we want to eat tuna, we need to learn how to share

24 Aug 15  Sydney sets energy sights on saving $600 million

24 Aug 15  Renewables raise challenge to coal in power league

17 Aug 15  Climate expert gives Anzacs a fail mark

17 Aug 15  'Myopic focus' costing us climate change progress

17 Aug 15  Review ETS after Paris, says climate lawyer

17 Aug 15  Clouds gather over China’s solar power industry

17 Aug 15  Frustrated Sydney gets climate act together

17 Aug 15  Wind and solar surge sends EU emissions tumbling

10 Aug 15  Why coal commitment will cost Fonterra dearly

10 Aug 15  World doesn't have time for pessimism, says IPCC man

10 Aug 15  Foresters sidestep Government and go it alone

10 Aug 15  Obama plan opens door to real action in Paris

10 Aug 15  Revolutionary fence is set to trap the sea’s power

10 Aug 15  Chinese ride to the rescue of Europe’s nuclear industry

10 Aug 15  Arctic’s melting ice shrinks Europe-Asia shipping routes

10 Aug 15  Investor group names new chief executive

3 Aug 15  Why Tiwai stands between us and 100% renewable energy

3 Aug 15  Clinton stakes out safe political ground with energy and climate plan

3 Aug 15  Half of climate safety level has gone, say scientists

3 Aug 15  Fossil fuel industry still winning the investment war

3 Aug 15  Wildfire threat spreads across warming world

3 Aug 15  Message in a bottle: wine industry gives farmers a taste of what's to come

27 Jul 15  Treasury maps out our path to a low-carbon enconomy

27 Jul 15  Key: It's our climate policy and we're sticking with it

27 Jul 15  Why cities are a rare good news story in climate change

27 Jul 15  Big money in reforming fossil fuel subsidies

27 Jul 15  Recession cut US emissions, not falling coal use

27 Jul 15  Why economic changes are needed to tackle climate crisis

20 Jul 15  Groser pleads special case for animal emissions

20 Jul 15  Barriers, canals and fake islands ... how we can save cities from rising sea levels

20 Jul 15  EPA Clean Power Plan reenergises US climate policy debate

20 Jul 15  Climate change brings ill winds for airline industry

20 Jul 15  Climate threat as grave a risk as nuclear war, say scientists

20 Jul 15  Heat goes on to find out what’s happening at the poles

13 Jul 15  'Failed' NZ could be walking into trap at Paris climate summit

13 Jul 15  Groser off on climate-talking tour

13 Jul 15  Climate gets claws into cats

13 Jul 15  Prefab revolution? Factory houses are the secret to green building

13 Jul 15  Why climate change could knock seafood off the menu

13 Jul 15  Fossil fuel firms fail to report climate risks

13 Jul 15  How long before you ditch your car for a driverless electric taxi?

13 Jul 15  Warming planet heightens plight of the bumblebee

8 Jul 15  11% cut ... follow us down the path to catastrophe

8 Jul 15  We're still undecided on ETS, says minister

7 Jul 15  NZ sets post 2030 target

7 Jul 15  Is our target ambitious, or just spin?

7 Jul 15  We need a plan to get there, says business

7 Jul 15  PFSI consultation meeting today

6 Jul 15  Best brains tell the story ... but will the Government act?

6 Jul 15  Business eyes local climate coalition roundtable

6 Jul 15  We could still be a carbon leader, says trader

6 Jul 15  Carbon players look to world market

6 Jul 15  We should push climate case at UN, say Greens

6 Jul 15  Is palm oil the scourge of the earth, or a wonder crop?

6 Jul 15  Australia’s ‘climate roundtable’ could unite old foes and end the carbon deadlock

6 Jul 15  It looks like carbon capture is going down down the tubes

6 Jul 15  Greenhouse gas-guzzlers might spurn extra carbon dioxide

6 Jul 15  Q&A: Robert Redford tells us what he told the UN General Assembly

29 Jun 15  Financial pain ahead, warn climate-conscious Kiwis

29 Jun 15  Forget the courts, we must get to the politicians

29 Jun 15  Submissions numbers baffle Beehive

29 Jun 15  ETS review remains on slow boil

29 Jun 15  Dutch court orders state to slash greenhouse emissions

29 Jun 15  Renewable energy redoubles its global reach

29 Jun 15  The carbon tax wasn’t a ‘slug’ to the economy and Direct Action may be a waste of money

29 Jun 15  Prospect of warmer winters doesn’t mean fewer deaths

22 Jun 15  What the Pope said about the trouble we're in

22 Jun 15  Waste to wealth: the hidden potential of waste from fruit

22 Jun 15  Rise in CO2 could restrict growing days for crops

22 Jun 15  India blames heatwave deaths on climate change

22 Jun 15  Insurance industry leaders must stand up, says UN

15 Jun 15  Business lobby presses for realistic 'carbon pathway'

15 Jun 15  The G7 is right to call for fossil fuel phase-out, but it can happen sooner

15 Jun 15  Australia faces stormy future as temperatures soar

15 Jun 15  European power is slipping away from King Coal

15 Jun 15  Rich countries’ climate plans leave yawning gap

8 Jun 15  Leadership is what we need, say scientists

8 Jun 15  10,000 have their say on carbon emissions

8 Jun 15  Drop free carbon credits, says environment chief

8 Jun 15  Lobby group wants think tank to set emissions target

8 Jun 15  Climate targets not a cost, says bioenergy bloc

8 Jun 15  Australia in the spotlight at climate talks, for all the wrong reasons

8 Jun 15  Apollo plan asks for the moon in switch to renewables

8 Jun 15  How modern crops can ensure food security in a heatwave

8 Jun 15  World leaders urged to kick killer coal habit

8 Jun 15  Africa’s advocates say fossil fuel subsidies must go

2 Jun 15  Shell can’t afford to wait until 2050 to adapt its business to climate change

2 Jun 15  Coffee drinkers beware, your brew will change with the climate

2 Jun 15  New energy policy needed as nuclear giants take a hit

2 Jun 15  China’s investment in renewables soars by a third

2 Jun 15  Why global finance must face up to the climate challenge

2 Jun 15  Wait and pay: action on climate change is cheap, delay is costly

2 Jun 15  Health impacts being ignored, say doctors

25 May 15  The world is waking up to the $5.3 trillion cost of fossil fuels

25 May 15  Heat and drought pose threat to US power supplies

25 May 15  Farmers given early warning about hungry crop pest

25 May 15  The skyscrapers of the future will be made of wood

25 May 15  Wealthy nations overlook the dangers of climate change

25 May 15  Hungarian leader first head of state to back climate campaign

18 May 15  Storm shows we haven't got the message, say weather experts

18 May 15  Forest policy action pleases timber industry

18 May 15  Why lack of leadership breeds lack of concern

18 May 15  Why the Government's forestry policies are not working

18 May 15  Will the presidential candidates have a substantive debate on climate change?

18 May 15  World Bank advocates long-term thinking on climate change

18 May 15  Canadian city wants to be the world's greenest

18 May 15  Weather events taken to extremes by climate change

18 May 15  Why falling oil prices should not undermine investment in green energy

18 May 15  A tale of two futures: Australia’s economy under climate change

18 May 15  No green shoots for sustainability in this Budget

11 May 15  At last, Government reveals cost of gases reduction

11 May 15  We've got the chance to turn green into gold

11 May 15  'PM's bank' pulls back from coal investments

11 May 15  Australia pays cost of climate-driven heat waves

11 May 15  Canberra dragging the chain, says UN climate chief

11 May 15  Water crisis shows the failure of public-private deals

11 May 15  Pope aims to win hearts and minds on climate change

11 May 15  WORLD TODAY: What does Cameron's election win mean for the environment?

11 May 15  Farming our forests could be the answer to green-world prayers

4 May 15  Our best brains to take a look at climate change

4 May 15  Rather than divest, advocate for carbon balancing

4 May 15  Man-made climate change increases extinction dangers

4 May 15  Commitment to end flaring is boost for climate talks

4 May 15  US braces itself for even worse wildfire season

4 May 15  Europe sets timetable to slash plastic bag use

28 Apr 15  Apparently, we're going to slash thousands of tonnes of emissions by 2020

28 Apr 15  Watchdog calls for 30% emissions cut by 2025

28 Apr 15  Unburnable carbon: why we need to leave fossil fuels in the ground

28 Apr 15  It's up to central banks to back the climate change fight

28 Apr 15  Call for an end to ‘business as usual’ option on climate

28 Apr 15  There’s nothing ‘perma’ about Arctic permafrost

20 Apr 15  NZ's fine on fossil-fuel subsidies, says Groser

20 Apr 15  Minister happy with dairying emissions progress

20 Apr 15  Treasury COO to be new voice for the environment

20 Apr 15  Big Oil faces new pressure to disclose climate risk

20 Apr 15  Battery costs drop even faster as electric car sales keep rising

13 Apr 15  NZ city leaders lie low on new climate pact

13 Apr 15  Investors chip in as renewables rise toward record level

13 Apr 15  Unhappy birthday for UK's nuclear white elephants

13 Apr 15  Water Man of India makes rivers flow again

7 Apr 15  NZ hangs back as countries commit to carbon cuts

7 Apr 15  How the US’s post-2020 climate target could fit into a global deal

7 Apr 15  BP’s extreme climate forecast puts energy giant in a bind

7 Apr 15  Hi-tech farming seen as way to green the food chain

7 Apr 15  New ocean energy plan could worsen global warming

7 Apr 15  Rich nations urged to cut temperature rise targets

30 Mar 15  Forest experts are wrong, say climate change ministers

30 Mar 15  We're watching carbon prices, says Government

30 Mar 15  Australia well short of meeting emissions target

30 Mar 15  China ramps up the rhetoric on climate change

30 Mar 15  Beat-the-heat beans could keep feeding millions

23 Mar 15  Fossil-fuel investment risk not on our radar, says Treasury

23 Mar 15  Memo Jo: Foresters need a bit more than praise

23 Mar 15  NZ slow to commit to Paris emissions deadline

23 Mar 15  Old King Coal is sick ... but not yet dying

23 Mar 15  Why is low-carbon energy innovation so slow? You can thank Economics 101

23 Mar 15  Law firm awards student environment prize

16 Mar 15  Foresters draw up wishlist for ETS review

16 Mar 15  Chemical fertilisers poison our water, says study

16 Mar 15  Heat is on to slow down faster rise in temperatures

16 Mar 15  Why is pumping CO2 underground stuck in second gear?

16 Mar 15  World needs early warning of climate-linked disasters

9 Mar 15  Carbon measure puts us among worst in the world

9 Mar 15  Beehive breaking our climate change pledge

9 Mar 15  How well prepared are businesses for climate change?

9 Mar 15  Four ways to boost Australia’s economy and help the climate

9 Mar 15  How artificial lagoons can be used to harvest energy from the tides

9 Mar 15  Prices fail to reflect real costs of fossil fuels

2 Mar 15  Govt vows to ask public about emissions target

2 Mar 15  Sydney aims to save $600m on energy bills

2 Mar 15  Let's cut emissions, not worry about how

2 Mar 15  Bad news, says BP, we're looking at a 25% rise in CO2

23 Feb 15  ETS nothing but 'words, fishhooks and traps,' says Palmer

23 Feb 15  New Zealand’s defective law on climate change, by Sir Geoffrey Palmer

23 Feb 15  Help our green businesses, pleads academic

23 Feb 15  Big cities head for water crisis as populations explode

23 Feb 15  Shell chief calls for climate action, but what are the motives?

23 Feb 15  Climate impacts on European farmers’ yields per field

23 Feb 15  Energy Union targets renewables subsidies, boosts idle coal plants

16 Feb 15  Politicians sign cross-party climate change pact

16 Feb 15  Energy-efficiency rules fail US academic's test

16 Feb 15  Our universities get a D for divestment

16 Feb 15  Oil aside, we’ve reached peak chicken, peak rice, and peak milk

16 Feb 15  UN states agree on key document for climate change pact

9 Feb 15  Nats' Waitangi promise: We'll talk to Maori about climate change

9 Feb 15  Iwi leaders lose climate change champion

9 Feb 15  Climate debt grows as Australia messes about

9 Feb 15  Cheap fuel little help with emissions, says expert

9 Feb 15  Yes, we can live well and avoid climate disaster, says report

9 Feb 15  Gas will replace oil in the UK – with or without fracking

9 Feb 15  Can Americans save the environment and expand oil drilling?

2 Feb 15  Trading will be back, say Australian businesses

2 Feb 15  Churches reject State's fossil fuel view

2 Feb 15  California rains bring little relief from drought

2 Feb 15  Carbon pricing the challenge for the future

2 Feb 15  Welcome to 2015 where fracking changes everything

2 Feb 15  India gives nothing away in climate talks with US

2 Feb 15  Will Obama’s methane plan reduce dependence on natural gas?

27 Jan 15  Government stays quiet on emission trading plans

27 Jan 15  Climate-conscious Labour leader means business

27 Jan 15  Climate’s threat to wheat is rising by degrees

27 Jan 15  Energy pours into cutting-edge conservation ideas

27 Jan 15  Coal casts cloud over Germany’s energy revolution

27 Jan 15  The economic cost of climate change: time for new math

27 Jan 15  UN stresses need for genetic diversity

27 Jan 15  Ban names first climate change right-hand man

27 Jan 15  Your energy ideas could win $4m

22 Dec 14  Minister's transport plan just tokenism, says expert

22 Dec 14  TWELVE ways to deal with a climate change denier (the BBQ guide)

22 Dec 14  Australia's emissions targets are heading in the wrong direction

22 Dec 14  Extremes a concern as planet gets hotter and colder

22 Dec 14  Health fears see New York ban fracking

22 Dec 14  Why climate policies are for life, not just for Christmas

22 Dec 14  Voluntary action isn't enough to make cities better

15 Dec 14  English goes silent on carbon deficit costs

15 Dec 14  Climate expert: It's all smoke and mirrors, Mr Groser

15 Dec 14  Climate talks off on the rocky road to Paris

15 Dec 14  UN launches new coalition to promote renewable energy

15 Dec 14  Our new energy mix is a game-changer, says India

15 Dec 14  Bank of England probes risk of fossil fuel assets

8 Dec 14  We're facing a $3b carbon crisis ... and it could be worse

8 Dec 14  The country needs a carbon budget, says pressure group

8 Dec 14  Groser has a cunning plan (but he won't say what it is)

8 Dec 14  Why our ‘silent ally’ soils are on the endangered list

8 Dec 14  It doesn't take much to turn up the temperature

1 Dec 14  Labour vows to watch work and the new economy

1 Dec 14  Govt hopes Kyoto credits will cover emissions blow-out

1 Dec 14  Fitzsimons putting her money where her heart is

1 Dec 14  Lima climate talks ‘stepping stone’ for universal treaty

1 Dec 14  Cities key to economic growth and fighting climate crisis

1 Dec 14  How climate fund pledges stack up to what's needed

1 Dec 14  Climate change health action urgent, say doctors

1 Dec 14  Why playing around with the climate could make things a whole lot worse

1 Dec 14  Getting out of fossil fuel investment is the right way to go

1 Dec 14  Sydney's green energy plans impress judges

24 Nov 14  Govt slammed for weak climate fund contribution

24 Nov 14  Climate change too far down Labour's list

24 Nov 14  New shadow minister eyes climate change priorities

24 Nov 14  Obama pledge gets dollars flowing into climate fund

24 Nov 14  Investors slow to take up climate change fight

24 Nov 14  NZ carbon measuring project turns 60

24 Nov 14  Australia’s coal and gas exports being left stranded

17 Nov 14  Minister knows of water woes, but public information tap is turned off

17 Nov 14  Deal or no deal … can China and the US deliver?

17 Nov 14  We can cut carbon and pollution at no cost, says China

17 Nov 14  Expand climate portfolio, says Mahuta

17 Nov 14  New Australian report debunks coal industry myths

17 Nov 14  UK ignores pledge to end fossil fuel support

17 Nov 14  Australia's green building review adds more uncertainty

10 Nov 14  Trustpower's Aussie wind farm breezes along

10 Nov 14  Climate change will send pollen count soaring

10 Nov 14  Election rout blow to US climate change role

10 Nov 14  India wants to double coal production

10 Nov 14  Why warnings on climate spark aggressive denials

10 Nov 14  EU plans power supergrid to boost renewables

10 Nov 14  Social acceptance new key for today's miners

3 Nov 14  Our emissions plan hopeless, says renowned academic

3 Nov 14  Leaders must act, says UN after dire climate report

3 Nov 14  What the politicians said ...

3 Nov 14  Climate refugees? We'll think of something ...

3 Nov 14  At last, there's a glimpse of an ETS in Australia

3 Nov 14  China-US links could spark emissions breakthrough

3 Nov 14  Insurance industry sleeps through climate alarm calls

3 Nov 14  Why uncontrolled climate change might limit growth

28 Oct 14  Hunt for oil anchors Govt's environment plan

28 Oct 14  New EU emissions goal pits green business against industry

28 Oct 14  Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens green trade deal

28 Oct 14  Universities act to hit fossil fuel firms where it hurts

28 Oct 14  Oil boom prompts US to push for crude exports

20 Oct 14  Chile's new tax could open carbon doors for NZ

20 Oct 14  Soils SOS as cities gobble up our best growing land

20 Oct 14  Rod Oram: Why I'm getting out of fossil fuels

20 Oct 14  Fracking boom could mean up to 12% more carbon emissions

20 Oct 14  Problem seaweed could provide biofuel solution

20 Oct 14  Solar chief: There’s no cost to solar energy, only savings

20 Oct 14  Outlook palls for fossil fuel investment

13 Oct 14  Anxious foresters await review of foreign credits ban

13 Oct 14  Beehive stays silent on emissions target

13 Oct 14  New Zealand is drying out ... and here’s why

13 Oct 14  Australia's big emitters might yet be billed

13 Oct 14  'Business as usual' no way to run our rivers

13 Oct 14  WANTED: $44 trillion to switch to clean energy

13 Oct 14  Sick seas could cost us billions, UN warns

13 Oct 14  World of clean energy 'feasible' by mid-century

13 Oct 14  China’s mythical coal habit is no excuse for climate inaction

6 Oct 14  QUIET! Climate-cautious Key sends message to ministers

6 Oct 14  Human handprint marks Australia’s hottest year

6 Oct 14  Medicos inject themselves into climate debate

6 Oct 14  Controlling deforestation will take more than words

6 Oct 14  World failing to meet biodiversity targets, study shows

6 Oct 14  Surfers fear climate will wipe out big waves

29 Sep 14  Memo John Key: Look Pacific leaders in the eye

29 Sep 14  New York talked the talk, but we’ll have to wait and see who heard

29 Sep 14  MIA ... but it doesn't mean China's not interested

29 Sep 14  Cities in the spotlight at Climate Week summit

29 Sep 14  Do something, big business warns political leaders

29 Sep 14  Have a say in energy development

29 Sep 14  WORLD WEB ... Obama’s drive for carbon pricing fails to win at home

29 Sep 14  How to save the planet ... bike, walk or take a bus

29 Sep 14  Clear skies for aviation industry, says Boeing report

29 Sep 14  Win some, lose some ... that's climate change

29 Sep 14  Australia seems to be overlooking bioenergy

29 Sep 14  Would a climate change treaty be enough?

29 Sep 14  WORTH SEEING … Thin Ice

22 Sep 14  Scientists plead for cuts to ballooning fossil fuel emissions

22 Sep 14  Political parties fail to get the sustainability message through

22 Sep 14  If the PM doesn't worry about climate change, why should we?

22 Sep 14  Growth and greening now go together, says Stern study

22 Sep 14  ... but critic says report fails to back up core message

22 Sep 14  Move over, Queensland, here comes the Great Sydney Reef

22 Sep 14  Population explosion lowers chance of managing climate change

22 Sep 14  China goes up a gear but still has a lot of work to do

22 Sep 14  Drought now could be drought forever in California

22 Sep 14  And the winner is ...

16 Sep 14  It's simple ... either you believe, or you don't

16 Sep 14  NZ scientists line up first lo-gas sheep

16 Sep 14  New York summit could be the turning point

16 Sep 14  Stage set for the biggest climate march of all

16 Sep 14  Worth reading ... we're giving away a copy of MiStory

16 Sep 14  It makes no sense to rely on the same few crops

16 Sep 14  Drought bites as Amazon’s ‘flying rivers’ dry up

16 Sep 14  Healthy diet guidelines hard to swallow for greenies

16 Sep 14  Fossil-free superannuation is an idea that’s going to snowball

16 Sep 14  There's more to renewable energy than fighting climate change

16 Sep 14  Why trade pacts are bad for humankind

8 Sep 14  Beehive buys fight with business climate crusader

8 Sep 14  NZ needs to be in China now, says carbon trader

8 Sep 14  Island states celebrate $2 billion conference

8 Sep 14  Attention farmers: Stand by for a proliferation of pests

8 Sep 14  Leaders are emerging, says senior scientist

8 Sep 14  Is the Mosul Dam start of the water wars?

8 Sep 14  Scientists give Australia the really bad news

1 Sep 14  Labour vows to scrap emitters' one-for-two deal

1 Sep 14  NZ First backs iwi $600m carbon claim

1 Sep 14  Ten more years is too late, says Nobel winner

1 Sep 14  Foresters like look of climate commission

1 Sep 14  Policy wobbles could slow renewable energy growth

1 Sep 14  Worldwide, public shows its support for renewables

1 Sep 14  Water levels rank with soccer scores in drying Brazil

1 Sep 14  The fact is we're making the emissions problem worse

25 Aug 14  Labour vows to act on agriculture by 2016

25 Aug 14  COMMENT: Jeepers, John, you forgot the environment

25 Aug 14  Groser agrees to talk climate with Labour, Greens

25 Aug 14  G20 energy brains talk business in Brisbane

25 Aug 14  New facts show importance of Antarctic ice

25 Aug 14  UN expects big things from Samoa conference

25 Aug 14  Study holds out little hope for climate solutions

25 Aug 14  It's happened before ... a long, long time ago

25 Aug 14  Media clashes raise questions of news bias

25 Aug 14  Economy changes fuel Spain's fire dangers

18 Aug 14  Business needs to make climate change stand

18 Aug 14  Experts pinpoint what emissions cost economy

18 Aug 14  Scientists see problems with tar sand pipeline

18 Aug 14  Norway finds the wells have run dry

18 Aug 14  The climate change world according to Piketty

18 Aug 14  Debate heats up as US looks at gas emissions

11 Aug 14  Our leaders missing as world talks climate tactics

11 Aug 14  New York posts climate crisis message … by law

11 Aug 14  Greens have a tempting carbon tax idea

11 Aug 14  Is natural gas fracking the answer to our energy problems?

11 Aug 14  Fishers waking up to dangers of acidic oceans

11 Aug 14  Airports super-inefficient, says emissions study

11 Aug 14  Anxious EU reviews scientific assessment rules

11 Aug 14  Science eyes role of water in beating climate change

11 Aug 14  Why the Chinese leadership puts China first

11 Aug 14  Scientists warn of biofuel plant dangers

4 Aug 14  WORTH WATCHING: New film shows up our sorry climate change story

4 Aug 14  Climate crisis failure means chaos, says trade chief

4 Aug 14  Pacific leaders call for tougher UN ocean laws

4 Aug 14  Climate change increases the odds of a hungry world

1 Aug 14  Foreign foresters might sue over ETS changes

1 Aug 14  If the Southern Alps look different, it's because they're losing snow and ice

1 Aug 14  How the Rock got on a climate change roll

1 Aug 14  Nuclear power champions paint rosy picture

1 Aug 14  Inaction will cost billions, warns White House

1 Aug 14  Warming world wake-up call for Asia

1 Aug 14  Canberra gives go-ahead to massive coal mine

25 Jul 14  Scientist sees smart farmers already changing systems

25 Jul 14  We must learn to live with floods, says river expert

25 Jul 14  Shorten pleads for G20 to talk climate crisis

25 Jul 14  Latest scientific data shows how world is warming

25 Jul 14  Germany and Britain top the Dirty 30

25 Jul 14  Greening needs workers, says UN labour chief

25 Jul 14  Big thinking, fresh thinking key to our future

25 Jul 14  The pre-Holocene climate is returning – and it won’t be fun

25 Jul 14  Europe lacks courage on energy targets

18 Jul 14  What is the future of coal? It depends on which part of the world you’re talking about

18 Jul 14  Europe could pay huge climate price, says report

18 Jul 14  Carbon tax repeal could leave businesses marooned

18 Jul 14  Study shows Australian emissions cuts were working

18 Jul 14  Believe it, Mr Abbott, climate change is hurting Australia

18 Jul 14  ETS pay-off puts millions into climate projects

11 Jul 14  NZ joins international drive to free up trade in green goods

11 Jul 14  Ambition key to 2015 global climate accord

11 Jul 14  Scientists accuse Shell of climate doublethink

11 Jul 14  Cut emissions, say scientists, it's the only way

11 Jul 14  Sydney takes lead role in urban energy drive

11 Jul 14  NORMAN: The longer we wait the more it will cost

4 Jul 14  Asia-Pacific targets $2.5 trillion for renewables

4 Jul 14  Climate target needs new money … but not that much more

4 Jul 14  'I shuddered at the thought of connecting my cooking stove with a toilet’s septic tank'

4 Jul 14  Doctors swap fossil fuels for renewables

4 Jul 14  Memo America: It could be a lot worse than you think

4 Jul 14  Coal forever? It depends on what we do now

4 Jul 14  Why carbon tax proposal won't work

27 Jun 14  Morgan's water report damns official actions

27 Jun 14  Millionaire miner rocks Canberra carbon camp

27 Jun 14  No worries, says Bridges, the world loves us

27 Jun 14  Carbon tax won't fix troubled ETS, says report

27 Jun 14  NZ has warmest winter

27 Jun 14  Progress must be climate-smart, says World Bank

27 Jun 14  Island nations set agenda for Samoa conference

27 Jun 14  Australian Senate likely to pass carbon tax repeal

27 Jun 14  Climate crisis puts pressure on King Corn

27 Jun 14  Scientists see dangers in jet contrails

27 Jun 14  Queenstown plays big part in Aussie ski season

27 Jun 14  Market watchdog welcomes Palmer move

20 Jun 14  Maori act to mobilise carbon-conscious voters

20 Jun 14  Australia will suffer, warns new carbon report

20 Jun 14  Nat's transport plan a fantasy, say Greens

20 Jun 14  Fracking seriously dangerous, say campaigners

13 Jun 14  Abbott climate call gets cool reception here

13 Jun 14  How to save our seas: stop all fishing

13 Jun 14  Come and see our lovely renewable energy sites

13 Jun 14  New city hotspots are the air conditioners

13 Jun 14  How we can use all that space stuff for a better world

13 Jun 14  Energy efficient homes could help Treasury balance the books

13 Jun 14  The case for a carbon consumption tax

13 Jun 14  Why we need clear emissions-reduction reporting

6 Jun 14  Obama climate move seen as a game-changer

6 Jun 14  Research warns of higher home insurance rates

6 Jun 14  Ambitious Sydney slashes carbon emissions

6 Jun 14  Carbon world roundup

3 Jun 14  ETS more workable than carbon tax, says Labour

3 Jun 14  Greens: Climate change biggest issue world has faced

30 May 14  Angry iwi to file carbon prices Treaty claim

30 May 14  Time running out as carbon dioxide levels hit new high, warns UN

30 May 14  Climate change? She'll be right, says Shell

30 May 14  Costly golden oldie now gets heating energy from the sea

23 May 14  Big 10 food companies pollute as much as some countries

23 May 14  Clark calls for sustainability cooperation

23 May 14  Seeds for all seasons when farmers get together

23 May 14  Stand by, America, it's about to get a whole lot worse

23 May 14  Great potential, but Australia needs to get a move on

16 May 14  Maori unhappy about having to back carbon move

16 May 14  Coal use spiking climate mitigation costs

16 May 14  Australia expects slow start with emissions fund

16 May 14  Drought lines up corn for a fall

16 May 14  New book lifts the lid on what went wrong with Labor and climate change

16 May 14  You could bill the beef, scientists tell Brazil

9 May 14  Early carbon auctions unlikely, says Government

9 May 14  US businesses tread water on enviro issues

9 May 14  Be very wary of oil, report urges big investors

9 May 14  Why Australia has something to worry about

9 May 14  Scientists answer soil microbes questions

9 May 14  Food crops might lose their bite, says report

2 May 14  Australia explains how emissions plan will work

2 May 14  China's city smog might have a silver lining

2 May 14  A Mars bar a day could keep climate change at bay

24 Apr 14  So long Shane Jones, a man who got the message

24 Apr 14  Aussie Greens gain, but the rest is much the same

24 Apr 14  Climate policy and the need for clarity and certainty

24 Apr 14  Fracking is flying high, but how long can it last?

24 Apr 14  By hook or by crook, science is finding new routes to energy

24 Apr 14  The energy revolution is jammed in reverse

17 Apr 14  Climate change means the skids are under skiing

17 Apr 14  Agriculture gas emissions on the rise, warns UN

17 Apr 14  Budgeting for use of carbon is key to cutting emissions

17 Apr 14  National driving climate change, say Greens

17 Apr 14  We’re on the right track, says Groser

17 Apr 14  UN calls for bold, swift action on climate crisis

17 Apr 14  Emissions cuts also about ethics, says IPCC

17 Apr 14  More CO2 could limit plants' protein output

11 Apr 14  Politicians leading us on a path to catastrophe, warns former PM

11 Apr 14  Our emissions up ... thanks to cars and cows

11 Apr 14  Indiana Jones (and others) take the spotlight as Hollywood goes big on climate change

11 Apr 14  NZ climate change film goes global

11 Apr 14  Wooden skyscrapers cool idea in a warming world

11 Apr 14  UN to promote sustainable energy for all

11 Apr 14  Academic gets funds for drought studies

4 Apr 14  ETS officials talking to Korea and Thailand

4 Apr 14  Biofuels not a lasting solution, warns report

4 Apr 14  Make sure you watch your back when the heat goes on

4 Apr 14  No-action Abbott stalls climate policy decisions

4 Apr 14  UN chief praises Pacific islands' climate change actions

4 Apr 14  Why climate change is not a matter of cost

28 Mar 14  Not worth it, say international traders

28 Mar 14  Time for the Big Three to take Big Action

28 Mar 14  Planners to put 100% Pure under the microscope

28 Mar 14  Australia poised for carbon policy tussle

28 Mar 14  Heat extremes put major crops at risk, say scientists

28 Mar 14  Brm, brm ...move over, brick, there's a streamliner coming through

28 Mar 14  California goes nuts for water

21 Mar 14  Carbon price breach of rights, says Maori leader

21 Mar 14  Greens have plans for timber buildings

21 Mar 14  BP urges progress on global carbon price

21 Mar 14  EU climate ambitions clouded by calendar issues

21 Mar 14  Send in the drones ... China spies on polluting industries

21 Mar 14  Climate scientists 3, economists 0

21 Mar 14  Why business needs to know climate change laws

21 Mar 14  Not all is well with India’s dam-building boom

21 Mar 14  Why Deutsche Bank built a jungle in Manhattan (complete with anaconda)

21 Mar 14  Canberra outlines new farm opportunities

21 Mar 14  Scientists raise threat of methane in rivers

14 Mar 14  Beehive still silent on demand to lift carbon prices

14 Mar 14  Farmers remain free of emissions obligations

14 Mar 14  Key downgrades New York climate talks

14 Mar 14  Should climate deniers be brought to book?

14 Mar 14  Norway pumps pension money into renewables

14 Mar 14  It's going to get warmer, says NASA

14 Mar 14  Wood foam joins the list of insulations

14 Mar 14  Germany expects quick deal on climate goals

14 Mar 14  Did Genghis Khan ride to world domination on the back of climate change?

7 Mar 14  Reluctant PM fends off $600m iwi ultimatum

7 Mar 14  Beehive stays silent on NZUs auctions

7 Mar 14  EU agrees on draft plan for aviation emissions

7 Mar 14  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

7 Mar 14  Australia hotting up, say scientists

7 Mar 14  Antarctic sea changes could bring big problems

7 Mar 14  Worsening flood losses the face of the future

28 Feb 14  Is Beehive about to act on low carbon prices?

28 Feb 14  New ETS move aims to make clear origin of NZUs

28 Feb 14  Why Australia needs to increase emissions targets

28 Feb 14  Credibility key selling point for green economy

28 Feb 14  Climate laws cover nearly 90% of carbon pollution

28 Feb 14  Livestock diet can cut emissions, says study

28 Feb 14  Change could see 1500 Indonesian islands vanish

28 Feb 14  UN kicks off year of focus on island states

28 Feb 14  Sydney emissions cuts plan hits the roof

28 Feb 14  And the answer is ...

28 Feb 14  Sea-level rises threaten island havens

21 Feb 14  Big emitters cash in on free carbon credits

21 Feb 14  Angry Maori take carbon case to UN

21 Feb 14  Iwi ultimatum earns support of political parties

21 Feb 14  China renewables target could be 2050

21 Feb 14  Blocking the sunlight has a dark side

14 Feb 14  Maori ultimatum leaves Government unmoved

14 Feb 14  Pine nurseries got it wrong, says Groser

14 Feb 14  CDM verifier pulls out as market collapses

14 Feb 14  Solar plants bring fresh water to Vanuatu

14 Feb 14  Pacific holds key to climate change’s ‘missing warmth’

14 Feb 14  Nuclear waste disposal gets expensive

7 Feb 14  Angry Maori table $600,000 carbon ultimatum

7 Feb 14  Earth Law move perfect for us, says academic

7 Feb 14  It's all our own fault, says final UN report

7 Feb 14  Bloomberg takes climate job to rev up cities

7 Feb 14  Climate change map shows how much your town has heated up

7 Feb 14  Hang on, isn't carbon-happy China just making stuff for us?

7 Feb 14  Academic eyes ways to hold back flood waters

31 Jan 14  It's the forestry effect, explains Groser

31 Jan 14  Think or swim ... that's our climate change choice

31 Jan 14  Investors question EU climate moves

24 Jan 14  Drought message is clear, says climate study

24 Jan 14  Change ahead, so business needs to get smart

24 Jan 14  Climate paralysis risks our reputation, say Greens

24 Jan 14  Time to dump high-carbon investments, says UN

24 Jan 14  The war on science: Why we should be very afraid

24 Jan 14  Database updates how we use energy

24 Jan 14  Fiji to move villages out of climate danger zones

24 Jan 14  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

24 Jan 14  Farmers put weight behind water storage

20 Dec 13  EDITORIAL: Forget the pretence and let's make a real start with our water quality

20 Dec 13  Post-recession, we're becoming a nation of greener Kiwis

20 Dec 13  ETS dysfunctional, says forestry academic

20 Dec 13  New carbon trading idea challenges deforestation

20 Dec 13  FORUM: We don't want our landscapes to become movie fiction

20 Dec 13  Sydney aims for 100% renewable energy

20 Dec 13  Young scientist sets sights on future of the mozzie

13 Dec 13  Govt sitting on millions worth of Kyoto units

13 Dec 13  Move on carbon units worries foresters

13 Dec 13  Govt releases climate change commitment report

13 Dec 13  Leave fossil fuels in the ground, urges report

13 Dec 13  We need climate-smart agriculture, says UN

13 Dec 13  Power-wise women make huge savings in their homes

6 Dec 13  Restrictions on CERs and ERUs

6 Dec 13  Country on countdown to pricing environment

6 Dec 13  OPINION: Future of coal calls for serious debate … not slogans

6 Dec 13  Carbon storage report will shape new laws

6 Dec 13  Wind industry wants gas turned down

29 Nov 13  NZ none the wiser after rejecting refugee’s case

29 Nov 13  Warsaw wobbles … and now we're off to Paris

29 Nov 13  Climate change will have economic impact on Pacific, says bank study

29 Nov 13  Motoring club takes prize for energy efficiency

22 Nov 13  What Tim Groser told the world at Warsaw

22 Nov 13  Take a searching look at our rivers ... and be in the draw to win a copy of this book

22 Nov 13  California approves first forest carbon offsets

22 Nov 13  If only I were Google, says tree-planting entrepreneur

22 Nov 13  Coal industry must radically diversify, says UN

22 Nov 13  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

22 Nov 13  What's going on in world carbon markets

22 Nov 13  Europe wants to see some action out of Warsaw

22 Nov 13  Business needs to back deforestation battle

15 Nov 13  Welcome to the Bill and Gerry Climate Change Show ...

15 Nov 13  Our ministers ill-informed, says top scientist

15 Nov 13  Government plays loose with ETS facts

15 Nov 13  EDITORIAL: The message is clear ... we have a government of climate deniers

15 Nov 13  Warsaw the great test of will, say Greens

15 Nov 13  CCS will be big, say energy leaders

15 Nov 13  2013 shapes up as one of the hottest on record

15 Nov 13  Well done, Mr Abbott, says Canada

15 Nov 13  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

15 Nov 13  Here we go again ... still talking

15 Nov 13  Why it's important that we do our bit

15 Nov 13  Buyers get interested

11 Nov 13  Hope from Europe

8 Nov 13  Poland will be stepping stone, says Groser

8 Nov 13  Meet Kennedy Graham, green sheep of the family ... and a man business would be wise to watch

8 Nov 13  Young man in a hurry ... all the way to Warsaw

8 Nov 13  Massey scientists unlock plant secrets

1 Nov 13  Doha decision forced hand on setting 5% emissions target, says Groser

1 Nov 13  Paper explains why public not consulted

1 Nov 13  Business must play major role, says minister

1 Nov 13  World foresters go face to face in Rotorua

1 Nov 13  California finds friends to fight climate change

1 Nov 13  Savers demand climate action from pension funds

1 Nov 13  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

1 Nov 13  Marsden money goes to climate change research

25 Oct 13  Papers reveal Treasury push for zero GHG target

25 Oct 13  Our GHG emissions on the way up ... not down

25 Oct 13  Parties stay quiet on 2015 carbon auctions

25 Oct 13  Climate-fight funds falling short of mark

25 Oct 13  Why Australian bushfires will get worse .. and worse

25 Oct 13  WEB WIRE ... news from the world of carbon

25 Oct 13  Greens quiz minister on emissions reduction

25 Oct 13  Islands have three-pronged approach to climate change

23 Oct 13  Nonchalant buyers and disinterested sellers

18 Oct 13  NZ turns away Australian carbon units

18 Oct 13  Why Branson believes businesses must act on climate change

18 Oct 13  WORLD WEB ... news from the world of carbon

18 Oct 13  UN wants to see greater financial effort

11 Oct 13  Where's the Kiwi vision, asks IPCC author

11 Oct 13  Labour again trying for foreign units limit

11 Oct 13  Carbon pricing the cornerstone, says OECD

11 Oct 13  Aussies rush to back Flannery’s climate body

11 Oct 13  WEB WIRE ... news from the world of carbon

11 Oct 13  Water key to sustainable development, says UN

11 Oct 13  International update

4 Oct 13  Govt still silent on auctioning credits

4 Oct 13  Rebel campaigner eyes NZ connection

4 Oct 13  IPCC report means no more excuses for NZ

4 Oct 13  WEB WIRE ... news from the world of carbon

4 Oct 13  What is NZ doing to help Pacific?

27 Sep 13  True carbon price bioenergy aid, says expert

27 Sep 13  IPCC serious over sea levels

27 Sep 13  WEB WIRE ... news from the world of carbon

27 Sep 13  Brussels aims to chop through EU forest rules

27 Sep 13  Norway helps farmers to diversify

27 Sep 13  Small businesses star at green awards

20 Sep 13  Think rebuild, think sea level, says academic

20 Sep 13  Science sees human waste as weapon in war against climate change

20 Sep 13  Big cities show how to tackle climate change

20 Sep 13  Are we doing our bit? It seems not

20 Sep 13  Crunching the numbers

13 Sep 13  World climate teams hold NZ retreat

13 Sep 13  Labour hopefuls and their green values

13 Sep 13  Start now, science chief tells businesses

6 Sep 13  Our businesses must lead, says green champion

6 Sep 13  We're talking ETS with Australia and Korea

6 Sep 13  Shane Jones: It's all about balance

6 Sep 13  Businessmen join the stars in oil protest

6 Sep 13  La Nina effect cause of warming pause

6 Sep 13  Why won't they listen, asks Suzuki

6 Sep 13  Green architect unveils ‘Coral City’ housing

30 Aug 13  Environment first, vows Labour contender

30 Aug 13  Is this the new Groser, asks academic

30 Aug 13  ANALYSIS: Australians' vote will affect carbon market

30 Aug 13  'I don't think I've ever driven a Kyoto Protocol ...'

30 Aug 13  Study brings new fears over Antarctic ice

30 Aug 13  Why the Pacific problem will not go away

23 Aug 13  Kyoto rules govern new emissions stand

23 Aug 13  Experts slam 5% emissions target

23 Aug 13  Academic links climate change and civil wars

23 Aug 13  IPCC scientists point finger at humans

23 Aug 13  Pacific women to see how the US does it

23 Aug 13  Emissions target under fire from MPs

16 Aug 13  NZ commits to 5% climate change target

16 Aug 13  Our Super funds back pollution, says WWF

16 Aug 13  Foresters opting out of ETS, says Labour

16 Aug 13  EPA gets ready to sidestep Congress

16 Aug 13  Utilities must boost climate resilience, says report

16 Aug 13  Australia draws the battle lines

16 Aug 13  Soot and methane not the whole emissions story

16 Aug 13  Climate change threatens ancient sites

9 Aug 13  Fund managers minding climate risks

9 Aug 13  Groser defends climate change attitudes

9 Aug 13  Warm year, but southern sea ice grows

9 Aug 13  California shuns linking emissions schemes

9 Aug 13  Feeling mad? Could be you’re feeling the heat

9 Aug 13  Why sweat bees could join the social whirl

9 Aug 13  Aussie emitters await election outcome

2 Aug 13  NZ eyes move to natural capital cost

2 Aug 13  EDITORIAL: Gluckman has arrived

2 Aug 13  Climate action long overdue, says Labour

2 Aug 13  People power cuts in gas emissions

2 Aug 13  NSW to host huge solar power plant

26 Jul 13  Trading seen as answer to South Africa’s energy crisis

26 Jul 13  Tropical ecosystems play key role, says study

19 Jul 13  Australia makes early move to carbon trading

12 Jul 13  Business not doing job, says green analyst

12 Jul 13  Labour seeks help for fossil fuel action

12 Jul 13  Youth takes climate questions on tour

12 Jul 13  Solar plane shows world what's possible, says UN chief

12 Jul 13  Kill Krill – how acid ocean will destroy key food source

5 Jul 13  We're woefully short on green facts, says report

5 Jul 13  Nation is green-obsessed, says farming chief

5 Jul 13  Report paints grim picture of climate change in Asia

5 Jul 13  The game is changing, report tells insurers

28 Jun 13  Obama shows up NZ, say young greens

28 Jun 13  Pollution puzzle: We're using more water than we've got

28 Jun 13  President promises to slash emissions

28 Jun 13  The five-way strategy to dodge Congress

28 Jun 13  UN climate chief applauds Obama

28 Jun 13  Big news from the US, Australia

21 Jun 13  Yes, we can make steel without coal

21 Jun 13  US ups social cost of carbon emissions

14 Jun 13  Farming in ETS is madness, says Groser

14 Jun 13  China set to roll out trading scheme

14 Jun 13  'Carbon farming' makes waves in Bonn

14 Jun 13  Farmers told to adapt or suffer

14 Jun 13  China and US leaders sign chemicals pact

14 Jun 13  Power saver ... take heat out of dirty laundry

14 Jun 13  Imaginative inventors set out to save the world

7 Jun 13  House hears ETS 'far left' debate

7 Jun 13  WWF accuses NZ of hypocrisy

7 Jun 13  Car pollution claims misleading, report says

7 Jun 13  Little eco powerhouse wins best engine award

7 Jun 13  Lake the world forgot lies pristine for 7500 years

7 Jun 13  It’s tough in the Outback … and getting tougher

31 May 13  Europe wants emissions plans set early

24 May 13  Govt banks on low, low carbon price

24 May 13  EU set to turn climate agenda upside down

24 May 13  Scientists believe man to blame, says study

17 May 13  Yes, NZ is in the carbon trading club

17 May 13  Top scientist to look into the future

17 May 13  World must wake up, says UN

17 May 13  Power sector warns of costly 'lost decade'

17 May 13  Students protest at Shell science funding

10 May 13  Have we joined the carbon power brokers?

10 May 13  Leaders to talk climate change

10 May 13  Europe embraces green infrastructure

10 May 13  Carbon trading tax cut put on hold

10 May 13  Signs worrisome, says world weather watchdog

10 May 13  Charles takes royal crack at corporates and sceptics

3 May 13  Gas emissions about to hit critical level

3 May 13  Asia’s resource use unsustainable, UN warns

3 May 13  States miss renewable energy targets

3 May 13  Move over sci-fi ... here comes cli-fi, the hot new fiction

3 May 13  How climate change could be giving Europe the runs

26 Apr 13  Here come the new supereconomies

26 Apr 13  On yer bike … it could be the best way to go

19 Apr 13  Australia cuts emissions … slightly

19 Apr 13  Pacific refugees not urgent problem, says PM

19 Apr 13  Women want out of the barn and into the boardroom

12 Apr 13  US gives pass mark to climate change ... but UK says no

5 Apr 13  Australia's weather bad and getting worse

5 Apr 13  Stern: It could be worse than we thought

5 Apr 13  Pioneer activist quits job … to get busy

5 Apr 13  Farmers get $30m to help them to adapt

28 Mar 13  NZ firms win solar fresh water contracts

28 Mar 13  China outlines carbon trading road map

28 Mar 13  Climate change could make us a better wine producer

28 Mar 13  Combet becomes minister of everything

22 Mar 13  Islands eye switch to renewable energy

15 Mar 13  Japan might re-open carbon discussion

15 Mar 13  Climate the enemy, says top Navy man

8 Mar 13  Climate challenges in the spotlight

8 Mar 13  Droughts ... you'd better get used to them

8 Mar 13  Expense puts farmers off, says expert

1 Mar 13  Europe gives airlines a break

22 Feb 13  It's official ... NZ banned from Kyoto deals

22 Feb 13  Question for PM: UN is serious, are you?

22 Feb 13  European Parliament votes for backloading

15 Feb 13  Carbon market close to collapse

15 Feb 13  Obama vows to take tough line

15 Feb 13  US stand puts Abbot on the spot

15 Feb 13  Companies adrift on climate-change score

15 Feb 13  EPA updates trading platform

15 Feb 13  Ban slams leaders who ignore climate change

15 Feb 13  Solar sponge soaks up gas emissions

15 Feb 13  Australia helps embattled Kiribati

15 Feb 13  Kenya eyes millions from carbon trade

8 Feb 13  Power plants cut gas emissions

8 Feb 13  Ice yields secrets of a warmer world

8 Feb 13  Asia seeks ways to reduce air pollution

1 Feb 13  Refugees? Don't ask us, says Government

1 Feb 13  Key's climate change answers anger Greens

1 Feb 13  Officials sort out Kyoto withdrawal

1 Feb 13  Government mulls over binding target

1 Feb 13  FORUM: Why is it so hard to change?

1 Feb 13  FORUM: '100% pure' is 100% damaging

1 Feb 13  Why you should give up red meat, not flying

1 Feb 13  Our oil sands are fine, insists Canada

25 Jan 13  Market reels as European carbon plummets

25 Jan 13  At last, it's climate-change time for Obama

25 Jan 13  Southern lignite stupid idea, says farmer

25 Jan 13  Mega-projects threaten us all, says report

25 Jan 13  Ice fish don't mind if the climate gets warmer

18 Jan 13  Industrial gas CERs join ban list

18 Jan 13  Early seasons spring plant surprises

18 Jan 13  Groser goes green in Berlin

18 Jan 13  So, what exactly is going on in Europe?

18 Jan 13  Black carbon looms as much bigger problem

18 Jan 13  Camels win reprieve from Aussie guns

18 Jan 13  Dull year behind us, flat year ahead

14 Dec 12  NZ carbon stand wrong, says Kyoto expert

14 Dec 12  Doha votes to bar NZ from KP2 credits

14 Dec 12  What's our market worth?

14 Dec 12  Twenty-year-old predictions looking good

14 Dec 12  Poor countries the big climate winners

14 Dec 12  UN happy with progress made in Doha

14 Dec 12  ETS progress? You're better off going fishing

7 Dec 12  Key defends climate change actions

7 Dec 12  We're staunch, junior minister tells world

7 Dec 12  Agriculture: It's not all bad news

7 Dec 12  This is a crisis, Ban tells Doha

7 Dec 12  De Boer wants carbon price of 150 euros

30 Nov 12  NZ will end up just a slogan, Greens warn

30 Nov 12  This year set to be one of warmest since 1850

30 Nov 12  Permafrost hosts massive danger, says UN

30 Nov 12  UN wants private sector to stand up

30 Nov 12  Australian ETS links up with the world

30 Nov 12  New strategy aims to help primary producers

30 Nov 12  The answer is a fish’s ear …

30 Nov 12  EUAs take a dive ... again

30 Nov 12  Dodgy Doha poor place for climate talks

23 Nov 12  Greens accuse Nats of breaking promises

23 Nov 12  Pollution really, really scary, say our kids

23 Nov 12  Gas emissions levels up by 20%, says UN

23 Nov 12  New TVs cut hundreds from energy bill, say makers

23 Nov 12  Expect pressure on prices

16 Nov 12  We've got it wrong, says market expert

16 Nov 12  Boost regional bio-industry, says report

16 Nov 12  Stern: NZ a land of opportunity

16 Nov 12  We'd sign with Kyoto, promises Labour

16 Nov 12  Greenies threaten to sue Netherlands

16 Nov 12  Storage problems solved, say inventors

16 Nov 12  Good on ya, Julia, says UN chief

16 Nov 12  If the world burns, we burn

9 Nov 12  Bill dumps agriculture on backburner

9 Nov 12  National MP questions the science

9 Nov 12  We must ramp up carbon cuts, says report

9 Nov 12  World trading system on way, says expert

9 Nov 12  $22m carbon farming plan on the move

9 Nov 12  Invest in environment, Greens urge

2 Nov 12  Forget today, think carbon 30 years out

2 Nov 12  EU cans plans to limit ‘hot air’ credits

2 Nov 12  How Super Sandy sucked up warming sea surface

2 Nov 12  Millions back move to smarter energy use

26 Oct 12  Price flop not a good look, admits Smith

26 Oct 12  Dunne seems deaf to foresters' pleas

26 Oct 12  Maori vow to fight for ETS rights

26 Oct 12  Cheap price to pay, says Labour

26 Oct 12  Denniston debate goes back to court

26 Oct 12  ETS protesters bring out the chainsaws

26 Oct 12  Brussels wants to ban $500m in ERU credits

26 Oct 12  Korea becomes home of climate fund

26 Oct 12  Traders fight over-supply in Europe

19 Oct 12  Govt has numbers to pass ETS changes

19 Oct 12  Groser: We'll check out status of units

19 Oct 12  ETS 'disappointing and costly' decision

19 Oct 12  Minister bound for green Korea

19 Oct 12  Traders call for intervention in Europe

19 Oct 12  Scientists see big changes in Antarctic

12 Oct 12  Why China is no longer the scapegoat

12 Oct 12  Scientists urge Obama, Romney to act

5 Oct 12  ETS changes go under scrutiny

5 Oct 12  Dick Smith’s recipe for a fantastic future without perpetual economic growth

5 Oct 12  Millions to be spent on climate-proofing

5 Oct 12  Our lakes are warming up, says report

5 Oct 12  Plan B perhaps, but there’s no Planet B …

5 Oct 12  Farmers target of climate investment help

28 Sep 12  Government lying to us, says forester

28 Sep 12  EDITORIAL: The problem called John Banks

28 Sep 12  Why Romney in the White House scares Europe

28 Sep 12  UN chief urges Pacific leaders to act

21 Sep 12  Maori leaders want cheap credits blocked

21 Sep 12  Is ETS a scheme or a scam, ask Greens

21 Sep 12  Minister takes seat in the powerhouse

21 Sep 12  Coal plans devastating, says protest group

21 Sep 12  Scientists urge new way of thinking

14 Sep 12  Put that in writing, minister, says council head

14 Sep 12  Committee begins to wade through ETS ideas

14 Sep 12  ETS submission: Changes a costly mistake

14 Sep 12  Court rejects challenge to weather records

14 Sep 12  Experts urge action to save carbon market

14 Sep 12  Surplus threatens climate deal, says report

14 Sep 12  NZUs down in line with European prices

7 Sep 12  Quake city threatened, says ice scientist

7 Sep 12  Weather wrecking food supply, says report

7 Sep 12  Europe throws switch on incandescent bulbs

7 Sep 12  Pacific nations get climate change help

7 Sep 12  We’re well on the road to Doha, says UN

7 Sep 12  Climate scientists ask fishers for help

31 Aug 12  Work goes on to link Tasman trading schemes

31 Aug 12  Dick Smith: How to keep ahead of the curve

31 Aug 12  NZ to host EU energy conference

31 Aug 12  Check aid targets, urges Pacific report

31 Aug 12  Australia to link with EU carbon market

24 Aug 12  Public split as ETS changes face scrutiny

24 Aug 12  ETS bill has October deadline

24 Aug 12  EXCLUSIVE: Carbon News readers can now get full climate report

24 Aug 12  Billions back fossil fuels, says study

24 Aug 12  Niwa gets bulk of new research money

24 Aug 12  UN calls for integrated climate policies

24 Aug 12  Pacific needs climate aid, says report

24 Aug 12  Beer drinkers say cheers to reducing methane

17 Aug 12  Regional market will happen ... some day

17 Aug 12  AL MORRISON: We've been too smug for too long

17 Aug 12  Study warns South Pacific of storm shocks

17 Aug 12  Singapore aims to be green growth hub

17 Aug 12  Spy in the sky shows Arctic ice loss worse than thought

17 Aug 12  Europe limits dumping of e-waste

17 Aug 12  Fish on the move, say ocean scientists

10 Aug 12  People want more action on climate change

10 Aug 12  Europe slams US for backing off

3 Aug 12  Survey shows more New Zealanders go cool on climate change issues

3 Aug 12  Academic diagnoses climate change fatigue

3 Aug 12  Business execs taking it seriously

3 Aug 12  Study finds carbon pathways to the deep

3 Aug 12  A good word to use is languish ...

27 Jul 12  Dick Smith jolts Murdoch media

27 Jul 12  Petrobras protest skipper walks free

27 Jul 12  Don’t turn back on Tuvalu, pleads UN

20 Jul 12  Our world in peril

20 Jul 12  Greens: Why NZ was a failure at Rio

13 Jul 12  Papers show support for credits cut

13 Jul 12  Groser talks green in Germany

13 Jul 12  EU eyes new emissions rules for cars

13 Jul 12  Cool year, but temperatures higher

13 Jul 12  Australian figures show heat is on

13 Jul 12  EMPLOYMENT: Corporate Sustainability Reporting Specialist

6 Jul 12  Labour vows to protect carbon price

6 Jul 12  More Americans go cool on global warming

6 Jul 12  Carbon forestry in hibernation

6 Jul 12  Special Carbon News rate for Dick Smith event

29 Jun 12  Don't trade in the Holden on a push bike

22 Jun 12  Greens probe fossil-fuel subsidies

22 Jun 12  UN sews sustainability ‘golden thread’

22 Jun 12  Banks vow to invest $175b in transport

22 Jun 12  Supercomputer to lead climate research

15 Jun 12  EDITORIAL: Our leaders should be in Rio

15 Jun 12  Rio countries now in final talks

15 Jun 12  Figures paint sad picture of the world

15 Jun 12  Planemaker backs land restoration

15 Jun 12  Farmers eye new deal on cow gases

15 Jun 12  US conservationist to tell his stories

8 Jun 12  How corporates play the climate game

8 Jun 12  Australia nuclear by 2030, says expert

8 Jun 12  EU-China carbon talks get serious

1 Jun 12  Emitters get the job done early

1 Jun 12  Growing market meets carbon challenges

1 Jun 12  Money system flawed, says euro pioneer

1 Jun 12  Warmer homes pay off, say Greens

25 May 12  Budget cuts climate spending

25 May 12  Forget Australia, says business lobby

25 May 12  Scientist champions seagrass carbon sinks

18 May 12  Carbon low brings halt to forest planting

18 May 12  Oceans still a mystery, say scientists

18 May 12  Banks need a shove to back green

18 May 12  Asia-Pacific must respond to survive

18 May 12  We’re using up our world, says report

18 May 12  NZ facing the KP2 question

18 May 12  Window for switching credits closing fast'

11 May 12  Forest credits must find place in Asia

11 May 12  NZ wants new deal for carbon markets

11 May 12  ETS changing forestry, says minister

11 May 12  She'll be right, Combet tells public

11 May 12  Toolbox ticks climate change boxes

4 May 12  Think-tank asks the big questions

4 May 12  Report lists banks as coal’s ‘Filthy Five’

4 May 12  Climate drives security fears in Arctic

4 May 12  Australia revises carbon offset scheme

4 May 12  Scientists get down to sea level

4 May 12  Foresters should have their say on new rules

27 Apr 12  NZ eyes regional common carbon market

27 Apr 12  Islands face big fresh water problems

27 Apr 12  Talks urge film-makers to spread the word

27 Apr 12  Towns learn how landfill can make money

27 Apr 12  Obama warms to climate change action

20 Apr 12  Mexico eyes carbon trading system

20 Apr 12  Scientists find which plants will survive

13 Apr 12  Buy coal ... and fight climate change

13 Apr 12  Important steps in ETS proposals

11 Apr 12  Govt wants hold on international credits

5 Apr 12  Australia and EU want ETS links

5 Apr 12  Why high-tech is vital in carbon economy

5 Apr 12  Policy uncertainty makes for a foggy market

30 Mar 12  Worried scientists push for global action

30 Mar 12  Agriculture key to ETS credibility

30 Mar 12  Greenhouse group shuts doors

30 Mar 12  Sustainability students in demand

30 Mar 12  Court gives go-ahead to mega mine

30 Mar 12  Grassroots groups win UN prizes

23 Mar 12  Our focus wrong, says think-tank head

23 Mar 12  Australia stands alone in low-carbon slide

23 Mar 12  Europe tells China to start own ETS

23 Mar 12  Cloud forests heading for destruction

16 Mar 12  No doubt about it, Australia’s getting hotter

16 Mar 12  China sees sense of low-carbon economy

16 Mar 12  World needs water plan, says report

9 Mar 12  We're late, but no worries, says Smith

9 Mar 12  NZ will target fossil fuels at Rio

9 Mar 12  Shipping shapes as next target of EU

9 Mar 12  Nepal registers 40‚000 biogas plants

9 Mar 12  Government's mining plans worry Greens

2 Mar 12  Campaign aims to to cut emissions

2 Mar 12  Australia eases impact of carbon price

2 Mar 12  Antarctic call shonky, says ice-man Morgan

24 Feb 12  Lucy joins oil ship boarding party

24 Feb 12  Clouds give clue to changing climate

24 Feb 12  Farmers tackle climate change challenge

17 Feb 12  Agencies chase slice of farm carbon pie

17 Feb 12  Business must do sustainability, says UN

10 Feb 12  NZ scientists caught up in climate row

10 Feb 12  Stand by ... the weather will get worse

3 Feb 12  Govt might block overseas credits

3 Feb 12  Officials back slow-down of ETS

3 Feb 12  30,000-year-old bison gives up secrets

27 Jan 12  $500m boost if farm emissions cut

27 Jan 12  Minister puts plans for environment

27 Jan 12  Experts eye green economy in a blue world

27 Jan 12  US climate teams move into Pacific

20 Jan 12  Startling report warns of lives cut short

20 Jan 12  Energy efficiency vital, says UN report

20 Jan 12  ETS safe, but where do we go from here?

16 Dec 11  Poor prices will hurt government income

16 Dec 11  Smith (and climate change) down the track

16 Dec 11  Carbon prices plunge to record low

16 Dec 11  Durban delegates hail breakthrough

16 Dec 11  New phone app gives you carbon clues

16 Dec 11  Scientists get excited about biochar

9 Dec 11  Carbon hits new low, but expect a fightback

9 Dec 11  Groser looks for more ETS partners

9 Dec 11  Durban knows our foresters are there

9 Dec 11  Drop Denniston, says business lobby

9 Dec 11  Why we must target the 2deg limit

9 Dec 11  Business must take over, says green leader

9 Dec 11  Experts hand out warning to Pacific Islands

2 Dec 11  Black carbon moves could save millions

2 Dec 11  Health experts voice climate fears

2 Dec 11  Farmers sign up to $99m green fund

2 Dec 11  Scientists see big job for southern seas

25 Nov 11  Hacker slams lignite on miner's website

25 Nov 11  Europe a turn-off for our forest owners

25 Nov 11  Greenhouse gas levels reach worst-ever levels

25 Nov 11  China to set up climate change think tank

25 Nov 11  UN pleads for ‘global conversation’

25 Nov 11  Durban ... good COP or bad COP?

18 Nov 11  Scrap lignite plan, says energy expert

18 Nov 11  ETS here to stay, vows Groser

18 Nov 11  Scientists issue warnings over Durban

18 Nov 11  Environment: Where the minor parties stand

18 Nov 11  Kauri might hold clues to climate secrets

18 Nov 11  New rules cut ship emissions, says report

18 Nov 11  Australia joins drive to change food system

18 Nov 11  Minister sets date for new carbon rules

11 Nov 11  Unhappy exporters voice ETS fears

11 Nov 11  Pig gas turns into nice little earner

11 Nov 11  Gillard warns businesses to behave

11 Nov 11  UN expects firm decisions in Durban

11 Nov 11  No plain sailing for marine life

11 Nov 11  Pew Centre morphs into C2ES

11 Nov 11  NZ doctors 'asleep at the wheel'

4 Nov 11  Environment needs urgent action, says report

4 Nov 11  Ban names high-level team to push energy

28 Oct 11  Scientists call for emissions audits

28 Oct 11  Study urges care with harvesting for biofuel

28 Oct 11  Solar seen as saviour of Great Barrier Reef

28 Oct 11  Dodgy ... that's Auckland City investment

21 Oct 11  Investment giants call for urgent climate action

21 Oct 11  Leaders must make changes, says report

21 Oct 11  Why we need to ban industrial CERs soon

14 Oct 11  Historic moment as carbon tax gets a yes

14 Oct 11  Changing climate could lead to chocolate meltdown

14 Oct 11  Islands need help to beat droughts

14 Oct 11  Abbott will eat his words, says CMS

14 Oct 11  Philips wins lighting award

7 Oct 11  Change a challenge, says pioneer professor

7 Oct 11  Eco question: What price our environment?

7 Oct 11  Homeless could reach 200 million, says UN

7 Oct 11  Agency to aid world of seven billion

30 Sep 11  NZ Steel pockets close to $10m in credits

30 Sep 11  Greens demand subsidy answers

30 Sep 11  UN to probe green impact of infotech

30 Sep 11  Minister rates ties with Chile

23 Sep 11  Green jobs galore, promises Norman

23 Sep 11  Cheap, clean energy critical, says UN

23 Sep 11  Scientists spring speed checks on wind

23 Sep 11  Green Honda wins praise

16 Sep 11  That's it ... till after the election

16 Sep 11  Farmers could make money from new-deal ETS

16 Sep 11  Carbon progress ... early start, late arrival

16 Sep 11  ETS review: We've been heard, say farmers

16 Sep 11  ETS review: Messages mixed, says Labour

16 Sep 11  ETS review: Weak scheme gets weaker

16 Sep 11  ETS review: Where are emissions reductions?

16 Sep 11  ETS review: Check facts, Government told

16 Sep 11  ETS review: Costs will increase, says coalition

16 Sep 11  Australian carbon bills go to House

16 Sep 11  Pacific will go hungry, says bank report

16 Sep 11  Forests failure will cost plenty, says UN

16 Sep 11  Foresters shy at these prices

9 Sep 11  Well done New Zealand, says Europe

9 Sep 11  Plan aims to break ship emissions deadlock

9 Sep 11  Greens push for Pacific climate action

2 Sep 11  Doctor fears climate treaty challenge

2 Sep 11  Buildings will go green under $35m fund

2 Sep 11  Hotel green scheme makes business sense

26 Aug 11  Carbon farming becomes reality in Australia

26 Aug 11  Further, faster, higher … wildlife responds to climate change

26 Aug 11  How investing in ecosystems pays off

26 Aug 11  What China does is vitally important

19 Aug 11  Ban puts sustainable development at No 1

12 Aug 11  Ag emissions move difficult, says minister

12 Aug 11  Survey shows we fret over climate costs

5 Aug 11  Ministers eye 2015 for Tasman market

5 Aug 11  Japan cuts ties with the past

5 Aug 11  Make your second car electric

5 Aug 11  Coal has major role in power generation

5 Aug 11  Conference sparks interest in NZ

1 Aug 11  Major changes unlikely, says ETS review head

1 Aug 11  ETS review extended in wake of Aussie plan

29 Jul 11  Auckland talks make a little progress

29 Jul 11  Australian carbon bills on the move

29 Jul 11  Aussie clothier jumps in – boots and all

22 Jul 11  Climate deal-makers head for Auckland

22 Jul 11  Youth group makes zero-carbon stand

22 Jul 11  UN warns of climate threats to security

22 Jul 11  There must be a better way, says tiny kingdom

22 Jul 11  What's in the Australian carbon tax for New Zealand?

15 Jul 11  ETS review findings linger with minister

15 Jul 11  Are we keeping up, asks energy expert

15 Jul 11  Govt under fire over southern lignite

15 Jul 11  The market is over-sold, says OMF

8 Jul 11  National MPs no-shows at big green meet

8 Jul 11  COMMENT: Government misses Pure Advantage

8 Jul 11  Australia set to reveal incomplete carbon plan

8 Jul 11  Fire shapes up as a hot climate question

8 Jul 11  Africa ready for carbon deals, says UN

1 Jul 11  ETS review team hands over report

1 Jul 11  California postpones trading scheme

1 Jul 11  Emperor penguins face grim future

1 Jul 11  Market confusion sees prices at a low

24 Jun 11  ETS review looks at rewards for farmers

24 Jun 11  NZ spearheads agri-emissions research

24 Jun 11  Australia votes $4m for climate change work

24 Jun 11  Six things companies need to know about climate change

24 Jun 11  Why cities are at the business end of climate challenge

24 Jun 11  All's not well after Bonn climate talks

17 Jun 11  The Carbon Traders: Lizzie Chambers, Carbon Match

17 Jun 11  Why food and jobs will go as water dries up

17 Jun 11  Emissions trading is best, says Shell chief

17 Jun 11  Get rid of soot and smog, urges report

17 Jun 11  Wind generation needs a helping hand

10 Jun 11  Climate fighter has a big job for NZ

10 Jun 11  What James Hansen told the Prime Minister ...

10 Jun 11  Ten things they want you know about wind energy ...

10 Jun 11  Huge benefits in forest spending, says UN

10 Jun 11  Act now on Cancun pact, urges climate chief

10 Jun 11  Parties battle over carbon farming plans

10 Jun 11  If only they’d bought more green cars …

10 Jun 11  Food waste firm wins green award

3 Jun 11  Carbon moves could do good, says Garnaut

3 Jun 11  FORUM: Britain can't do it alone

3 Jun 11  NZ attitudes concern climate cameraman

3 Jun 11  Progress on Kyoto forestry rules, says industry

3 Jun 11  Carbon emissions reach record high

3 Jun 11  Legal eagles look at help for island nations

3 Jun 11  Science, business seek economic answers

3 Jun 11  Hopes dim for safe emissions levels

27 May 11  Caygill committee might miss deadline

27 May 11  No danger of Australia leading the world

20 May 11  Government eyes fewer NZU allocations

20 May 11  Budget sets aside $1.6m for ETS reviews

20 May 11  UK carbon budget sets course for cuts

13 May 11  Business on right track, says Hansen

13 May 11  Budget lines up carbon price programmes

13 May 11  Renewable energy can do the job, say experts

13 May 11  They are the Champions … of the Earth

13 May 11  Greens hail success of Warm Up NZ

6 May 11  Climate whistleblower to front big business

6 May 11  Nervous foresters unsure about ETS

6 May 11  FORUM: It's time to shut up and pay up

6 May 11  EC outlines future system of free credits

6 May 11  Timothy Morton asks the hard questions

29 Apr 11  Caygill crew on target to produce report

29 Apr 11  Clark urges businesses to go low carbon

21 Apr 11  ETS stays no matter what, says Groser

21 Apr 11  Politics not way to beat climate change

21 Apr 11  NZ drags chain in drive for green growth

21 Apr 11  Country expects to hit Kyoto targets

21 Apr 11  We can cut carbon ... so why fudge the figures?

21 Apr 11  Animal emissions appear to be lower

21 Apr 11  NZ fish species suffers in warmer seas

21 Apr 11  Carbon pollution climbs in Australia

21 Apr 11  Climate-fight billions can be raised, says EU

21 Apr 11  Most Kiwis want renewables over fossil fuels

15 Apr 11  Design a green app and win $10,000

15 Apr 11  Tasman eyes turn to energy efficiency

8 Apr 11  Green Africa envy of the world, says UN

8 Apr 11  Scientists compile best-ever weather facts

8 Apr 11  Firms under pressure to manage carbon

8 Apr 11  No softening in price of NZUs

1 Apr 11  What the IEA thinks of our ETS

1 Apr 11  Government sets 50 by 50 emissions target

1 Apr 11  Greens: Emissions target is green-washing

1 Apr 11  Emissions target inadequate, says WWF

1 Apr 11  FORUM: It's our job to think long term

1 Apr 11  EU emissary talks aviation

1 Apr 11  National standards smooth way

25 Mar 11  Ministers reveal more carbon details

25 Mar 11  Workers take climate petition to Canberra

25 Mar 11  Scientists seek concrete answers

18 Mar 11  Data predicts corn peril if temperatures rise

18 Mar 11  Green plumbers train for tomorrow's trade

18 Mar 11  Shopping centre plans to celebrate

18 Mar 11  Winemaker urges Earth Hour action

11 Mar 11  ETS review panel wants YOUR input

11 Mar 11  Business lobby group tries to set the tone

11 Mar 11  Caygill crew meets business leaders

11 Mar 11  Garnaut: Climate change risks greater

11 Mar 11  Scientists get help with ag research

4 Mar 11  Emissions target unrealistic, says lobbyist

4 Mar 11  UK expert to talk with ETS review group

4 Mar 11  Climate chief urges action on Cancún accords

4 Mar 11  Australia will get over carbon tax drama

25 Feb 11  Australia sets date for carbon scheme

25 Feb 11  Garnaut about to tell it like it is

25 Feb 11  Geothermal best bet, says Contact

25 Feb 11  Science key to the future, says Gluckman

18 Feb 11  EXCLUSIVE: Govt stays silent on free allocations

18 Feb 11  Lignite mining could send emissions soaring

18 Feb 11  Fewer emissions aid rural sector, says Garnaut

18 Feb 11  UN chief calls for a global revolution

18 Feb 11  Flannery to head Climate Commission

18 Feb 11  Report calls for new investment approach

18 Feb 11  US investors ask enviro questions

18 Feb 11  Australia puts millions into climate research

18 Feb 11  Aussie scheme could be lucrative for NZ carbon sellers

11 Feb 11  Clean-tech costs falling fast, says Garnaut

11 Feb 11  ETS group looks at oral submissions

11 Feb 11  Engineers warn of infrastructure chaos

11 Feb 11  Combet: Australia must act to cut emissions

11 Feb 11  Public and private sectors must work together, says Charles

11 Feb 11  Ag emissions calculator updated

4 Feb 11  Weather chaos just the start, warn scientists

4 Feb 11  Action group gives nod to Green Growth move

4 Feb 11  Caygill team gets down to business

4 Feb 11  Garnaut backs fixed carbon price

4 Feb 11  Smith calls for carbon reduction submissions

4 Feb 11  Swap old showerheads for new in Perth

28 Jan 11  Dramatic emissions cuts possible, says UN

21 Jan 11  Govt stays silent on value of free credits

21 Jan 11  Caygill committee eyes start next month

23 Dec 10  Review rules out some ETS challenges

23 Dec 10  Public might not appear before panel

23 Dec 10  Farmers renew call to keep agriculture out

23 Dec 10  California gives nod to timber carbon case

17 Dec 10  Clean-tech strategists will go it alone

17 Dec 10  ETS review terms out soon

17 Dec 10  CANCUN: Significant step forward

17 Dec 10  CANCUN: A clearer picture is emerging

17 Dec 10  CANCUN: What the scientists are saying

17 Dec 10  CANCUN: Give money to research, says FedFarm

17 Dec 10  CANCUN: Climate agreements at a glance

17 Dec 10  Second chance on wilding trees exemptions

17 Dec 10  California set to sign up for cap-and-trade

17 Dec 10  Millions of lives at risk, says shock report

17 Dec 10  Britons pay more under sweeping power reforms

17 Dec 10  Gillard’s clunkers come under microscope

17 Dec 10  Less snow, but skifields should weather the storm

17 Dec 10  NZ plays key role in fossil fuels subsidies probe

10 Dec 10  CANCUN: We're getting somewhere, say foresters

10 Dec 10  CANCUN: We're committed, says Smith

10 Dec 10  CANCUN: We're fooling nobody, says Chauvel

10 Dec 10  Forests come to the rescue of clams exporter

10 Dec 10  Solid Energy happy to sit on lignite facts

10 Dec 10  World Bank will help to finance carbon markets

10 Dec 10  New hub lists shipping pollution info

10 Dec 10  UN chief pleads for action at Cancun talks

10 Dec 10  Multinationals pick up Gigaton awards

10 Dec 10  Science millions back Aussie environment

10 Dec 10  Sellers looking to monetise holdings

3 Dec 10  NZ at heart of Cancun row over tree carbon

3 Dec 10  Cancun will learn why Kiwi way is the best

3 Dec 10  We must change our thinking, says think tank

3 Dec 10  ETS should be suspended, says NZ First

3 Dec 10  Cancun: The electricity isn't there

3 Dec 10  Act now or face more droughts, warn Greens

3 Dec 10  Western states eye US-wide carbon alliance

3 Dec 10  Stubborn Japan puts foot down at Cancun

3 Dec 10  Island states want climate insurance fund

3 Dec 10  It all comes down to income, says report

3 Dec 10  Climate minister defends 5 per cent target

3 Dec 10  Solar scientists given $5m research boost

3 Dec 10  Can we have a word, say kids at Cancun

3 Dec 10  Climate change talks must deliver - Oxfam

3 Dec 10  Cancun should show up our ETS, says ACT

26 Nov 10  Downer tip: How to cut your fuel bill by $3m

26 Nov 10  Smith and Groser lead NZ team to Cancun

26 Nov 10  We've got politicians thinking, say Greens

26 Nov 10  Pledges not enough to avoid global damage

26 Nov 10  China’s Cancun promise: We’ll do our bit

26 Nov 10  Europe going too slowly, says climate report

26 Nov 10  Macro companies vie for a mega Giga

19 Nov 10  Farmers must come first, says Dairy group

19 Nov 10  What Nick Smith said to farmers

19 Nov 10  Farming call vital for forests, says scientist

19 Nov 10  ETS leading to farm subsidies, warns Fed head

19 Nov 10  Canadian Tories kill climate change bill

19 Nov 10  Aussies go shopping for carbon information

19 Nov 10  Cancun talks just a staging post, says Britain

19 Nov 10  Kenya ready to launch first carbon exchange

19 Nov 10  India aims to slash transport emissions

19 Nov 10  How kitchen table talk can cut carbon footprint

12 Nov 10  Well, look who's talking sustainability ...

12 Nov 10  Groser leads NZ to exclusive Washington forum

12 Nov 10  Come Cancun, India and China might toe the line

12 Nov 10  Pension giant to pump $500m into green portfolio

12 Nov 10  Pacific nations sign climate declaration

12 Nov 10  Glacier research gets shot in the arm

5 Nov 10  NZ teams with Australia and Brazil for Cancun

5 Nov 10  NZ lends helping hand with Australian ETS

5 Nov 10  Mexico our latest clean-tech partner

5 Nov 10  Forget deal at Cancun, says climate envoy

5 Nov 10  Britain aims for 100,000 green-collar workers

5 Nov 10  Toyota leads the carbon cutters in Europe

29 Oct 10  Our prices too low for Aussie carbon pioneers

29 Oct 10  NZ will talk up markets and forestry at Cancun

29 Oct 10  We seem to have got ETS right, says Smith

29 Oct 10  Norfolk Island first to try out personal carbon trading

29 Oct 10  India, China smiling over climate change

29 Oct 10  Australian experts examine carbon farming

29 Oct 10  More Arctic ships mean more climate problems

29 Oct 10  Singapore welcomes big carbon traders

29 Oct 10  Frankly speaking - Groser addresses Brazil conference

29 Oct 10  EVENT: Carbon Forum Asia 2010 - on now in Singapore

22 Oct 10  Businesses now check out climate conditions

22 Oct 10  Asian countries high on list of most vulnerable

22 Oct 10  Droughts loom at record levels, says study

22 Oct 10  Whitehall grabs billions from emissions scheme

22 Oct 10  Voters to speak on California climate law

19 Oct 10  Forest owners get positive ETS message from Government

15 Oct 10  Lawyers shoot down ETS secrecy clause

15 Oct 10  Europe claims victory for aviation role in ETS

15 Oct 10  Companies pile court action on climate watchdog

15 Oct 10  Why we need a closer watch on sea levels

15 Oct 10  Melbourne home to carbon market institute

8 Oct 10  How insurance can spur enviro investment

8 Oct 10  Climate change target unsafe, say scientists

8 Oct 10  Last talks before Cancun bog down in China

8 Oct 10  UN to list ‘30 Ways in 30 Days’ to combat change

8 Oct 10  Oxfam criticises Global Climate Fund

8 Oct 10  Greenpeace stages protest over oil drilling

8 Oct 10  Solar returning to the White House

8 Oct 10  EVENT: Carbon Forum Asia, Singapore, October 27-28

1 Oct 10  Poor leadership means NZ's a climate change flop

1 Oct 10  ETS changes leave Kiwis with $820m Kyoto bill

1 Oct 10  Former MP heads agriculture advisory group

1 Oct 10  This emissions business is hard, says China

1 Oct 10  Garnaut back on the Aussie merry-go-round

1 Oct 10  Pacific states plead for action at Cancun talks

1 Oct 10  ETS in full swing as last bits tidied

24 Sep 10  Carbon management climbs boardroom agenda

24 Sep 10  UK green deal will make 250,000 jobs, says minister

24 Sep 10  Big money aims to shoot down California energy laws

24 Sep 10  Combet admits carbon tax an option

24 Sep 10  Taiwan moves toward carbon offset scheme

24 Sep 10  Rugby star kicks off Global Climate Working Bee

17 Sep 10  Brownlee chuffed with geothermal figures

17 Sep 10  We're about to get the word on water

17 Sep 10  Coal comfort: New climate minister vows support

17 Sep 10  … but major miner says to look beyond coal

17 Sep 10  UN urges airlines to slash carbon emissions

17 Sep 10  Canada looms as a polar tiger, says scientist

17 Sep 10  It’s easy, says study, change what the cow eats

10 Sep 10  Stern: It's out there if you want it

10 Sep 10  Put your money on e-cars, says bank report

10 Sep 10  Early Greens pressure could see an Aussie ETS

10 Sep 10  It's a cinch, says Harry, nothing this year

10 Sep 10  UK launches investor forum to spur green finance

10 Sep 10  Scientists look for climate clues in ships' logs

10 Sep 10  Climate change could be why bees are not so busy

3 Sep 10  We pay $11m too much, say major power users

3 Sep 10  Stern brings country chance to listen and learn

3 Sep 10  Big banks take new look at dirty industries

3 Sep 10  Biofuel demand driving Africa land grab

3 Sep 10  Carbon traders setting up shop in Singapore

3 Sep 10  Lomborg changes tune in new book

27 Aug 10  Indonesia ripe for trading fraud, warn experts

27 Aug 10  Traders demand EU act to bolster market

27 Aug 10  EVENT: Carbon Forum Asia 2010: October 27-28, Singapore

27 Aug 10  Southern Ocean reveals role in greenhouse gas regulation

20 Aug 10  Govt might have to boost new plantings

20 Aug 10  PHEW! Welcome to 2010, the world's hottest year

20 Aug 10  Floods might have set new benchmark

20 Aug 10  Journals not court is place for scientific debate - experts

20 Aug 10  High Court asked to invalidate NIWA’s official NZ temperature record

13 Aug 10  Boardroom doesn't get it, says climate talks chief

13 Aug 10  Kiwi ETS wins minister a rare bouquet

13 Aug 10  What Nick Smith said to transtasman business leaders

13 Aug 10  The Carbon Traders 3: Wayne King, Carbon Market Solutions

13 Aug 10  Tasman challenge: Cut emissions by 15 per cent

13 Aug 10  Ecuador touts world's first really green oil deal

13 Aug 10  Making biochar makes sense, study shows

13 Aug 10  Americans sceptical about change, says poll

13 Aug 10  Australian car emissions rules well off pace

13 Aug 10  Foresters want ban on illegal lumber imports

13 Aug 10  MAF allocates funds for soil erosion work

6 Aug 10  Copenhagen loopholes ‘make farce' of rich pledges

6 Aug 10  Countries must step up action, says climate chief

6 Aug 10  US regulator shrugs off climate deniers

6 Aug 10  South Africa mulls over carbon tax at source

6 Aug 10  Scientist lists soot as public enemy number two

6 Aug 10  UN: Pacific needs help to cope with climate change

30 Jul 10  The Carbon Traders 1: Nigel Brunel, OMFinancial

30 Jul 10  We want emissions trading, say Aussies

30 Jul 10  Obama vows to fight on for climate bill

30 Jul 10  Senate failure dismays climate experts

30 Jul 10  'Climate migrants' will flood US, says study

23 Jul 10  Gillard pledges 'people's assembly' on climate

23 Jul 10  Big nations move on global clean energy

23 Jul 10  UN has Kyoto 'plan B' option if climate talks fail

23 Jul 10  China to begin domestic carbon trading

23 Jul 10  Cool roofs and pavements can cut global warming

23 Jul 10  UK might miss boat, warns green watchdog

23 Jul 10  Sydney gets serious about bikes ... and e-cars

23 Jul 10  Scientists switch on super computer

16 Jul 10  Business leaders put muscle behind clean tech

16 Jul 10  Rain and recession cut our pollution figures

16 Jul 10  UN to channel billions into coal-fired power plants

16 Jul 10  Japan's ETS plans hit electoral snag

16 Jul 10  Pacific Islands call on rich countries to pay up

16 Jul 10  Has Australian cabinet hit on quick carbon fix?

16 Jul 10  Schools sign up to national solar programme

16 Jul 10  It's getting hot in here. says Hawaii

9 Jul 10  Soil saviour Flannery to tell our farmers how

9 Jul 10  Climate bill would save US billions, Congress hears

9 Jul 10  Businesses can shout about carbon neutral

9 Jul 10  China talks to pave way for Mexico summit

2 Jul 10  Obama optimistic on climate bill despite senate rifts

2 Jul 10  UK must take radical action, warns watchdog

2 Jul 10  Bank puts its money where its lightbulbs are

2 Jul 10  We're doing our fair share, says Smith

2 Jul 10  Japanese told to go to bed early to cut emissions

2 Jul 10  UN gives bad Bulgaria the Kyoto boot

2 Jul 10  FORUM: Half the story

2 Jul 10  Event: Energy Roundtable

2 Jul 10  Govt fails to provide climate-friendly choices, say Greens

25 Jun 10  Climate change key issue for new Australian leader

25 Jun 10  Carbon tax might be the way, says Labour

25 Jun 10  We won't dump you in it, minister tells farmers

25 Jun 10  Minister happy to talk to anyone ... or no one

25 Jun 10  Carbon trading heads off oil in Europe

25 Jun 10  All Australia's power could be renewable, says report

25 Jun 10  Canada promises to show coal the door

25 Jun 10  De Boer departs … delighted, determined

25 Jun 10  Analysis shows National's ETS the 'worst of all worlds'

18 Jun 10  Bank carbon desk: We're run off our feet

18 Jun 10  NZ climate man gets key Kyoto job

18 Jun 10  Clover breakthrough could cut farm emissions

18 Jun 10  UK minister vows to ease path for nuclear power

18 Jun 10  New PM aims to slash Govt emissions

18 Jun 10  Surprise! Bonn talks make some progress

11 Jun 10  Organic farmer: We're not all the same

11 Jun 10  Zero carbon low on green goals for Asian firms

11 Jun 10  Nations work hard on trust at Bonn talks

11 Jun 10  Americans begin to worry again

4 Jun 10  US climate bill key to Pacific carbon market

4 Jun 10  Vital ETS rules for agriculture emissions being prepared

4 Jun 10  MAF issues several new ETS guides for forestry and agriculture

4 Jun 10  US airlines challenge EU emissions rules

4 Jun 10  Figueres believes world deal can be done in Mexico

4 Jun 10  We must move from meat diet, says UN

4 Jun 10  Scientists find islands growing, not shrinking

4 Jun 10  NZ owners sitting pretty, says forest chief

28 May 10  Power companies explain ETS price rises

28 May 10  Indonesia agrees to curb commercial deforestation

28 May 10  Europe sees ‘green bond’ reviving carbon trade

28 May 10  Time to pay up, UN tells rich nations

28 May 10  Blair to earn millions from climate dealings

28 May 10  Pacific climate change could drive droughts

21 May 10  Ministry pushes to meet allocations deadline

21 May 10  NZ on right road with ETS, says negotiator

21 May 10  Garnaut: Carbon tax better than nothing

21 May 10  Senate climate bill seems stuck in limbo

21 May 10  Costa Rican to head UN climate body

14 May 10  Minister's credit allocation powers remain on hold

14 May 10  Business group wants right to use hot-air AAUs

14 May 10  Should we have tax cuts or extend emissions subsidies beyond 95%?

14 May 10  Australia votes $652m for renewable energy

14 May 10  Climate change could make half the world a desert

14 May 10  Climate dice dangerously loaded, says Hansen

14 May 10  UN bans Bulgaria from carbon trading

14 May 10  World must act to salvage biodiversity, says UN

7 May 10  Why the Gulf oil spill doesn't matter

7 May 10  May 10, 2010 - Wellington climate change plan consultation closes

7 May 10  No climate deal this year, says UN climate chief

7 May 10  India talks tough in runup to Mexico

7 May 10  Scientists hit the skies to measure gas emissions

7 May 10  Scientists pick peers to review UN panel

7 May 10  Meet the grolar bear ... and there's more oddballs to come

30 Apr 10  Carbon market wide open to doubtful deals

30 Apr 10  Aussie states could run own ETS, says minister

30 Apr 10  Senate climate bill just keeps on rollin’ along

30 Apr 10  Climate change hitting home, say US experts

30 Apr 10  UN pushes clean energy access to fight poverty

30 Apr 10  Careful, warns Castro, we could kill ourselves

30 Apr 10  Charles has been busy making movies

23 Apr 10  Markit chief slams Kiwis' lack of carbon nous

23 Apr 10  Senators miss Earth Day climate bill deadline

23 Apr 10  Giant solar power station for the Alice

23 Apr 10  Coastal research body to turn science into action

23 Apr 10  Support for ETS slumps further, says business lobby

16 Apr 10  What the emitters and minister are writing to each other

16 Apr 10  Why farming chief is turning his back on $30,000

16 Apr 10  Senators book Earth Day for new energy plan

16 Apr 10  Coal the fuel of the future, Congress told

16 Apr 10  'Climategate' scientists sloppy but not bad

16 Apr 10  Indecision could fuel huge power price rises

16 Apr 10  Effects of climate change not to be sneezed at

9 Apr 10  ETS delay comes at a cost, warn foresters

9 Apr 10  Tokyo kicks off Asia’s first trading scheme

9 Apr 10  UK poll rivals agree to agree on climate

9 Apr 10  Satellite to check climate change impact on ice

9 Apr 10  Climate scientist Hansen pockets $100,000

1 Apr 10  Govt stays silent over future of ETS

1 Apr 10  ... meanwhile, the clock is ticking for big emitters

1 Apr 10  Kiwi dollars might fund overseas research

1 Apr 10  Kiwis sticking to green values, despite recession

1 Apr 10  Climate change faces the trillion-dollar question

1 Apr 10  We’re too stupid to stop it, says Lovelock

1 Apr 10  Obama changes mind on offshore oil drilling

1 Apr 10  US oil company paid sceptics, says report

1 Apr 10  Repentant Pachauri slips into neutral

26 Mar 10  Land lies idle as foresters fear conversion

26 Mar 10  UK to set up green investment bank

26 Mar 10  It’s getting hot in here, weather figures show

26 Mar 10  Carbon market a no-no, says Democrat

26 Mar 10  Don't blame cows for climate change, says scientist

26 Mar 10  UN launches global gas emissions calculator

26 Mar 10  Meridian to mark Earth Hour

19 Mar 10  Insurer backs off forest-damage protection

19 Mar 10  Australia and New Zealand Climate Change Business Conference

19 Mar 10  Obama looks at carbon trading shortcut

19 Mar 10  In 10 years, we'll be flying on flax and food scraps

19 Mar 10  Battle over California climate law takes shape

19 Mar 10  Los Angeles launches green tax on electricity

19 Mar 10  Watchdog rules ads overstate climate change risk

19 Mar 10  Arrogance undid Copenhagen summit, says Stern

19 Mar 10  Time to stop pointing fingers, says Maldives

19 Mar 10  UN chief sees progress toward next talks in Mexico

12 Mar 10  EXCLUSIVE: Why it's not worth planting trees

12 Mar 10  Get wise to green issues, expert tells employers

12 Mar 10  Report lists 10 ‘fat cats’ getting rich from carbon

12 Mar 10  IPCC review scientists won't revisit landmark report

12 Mar 10  China and India sign, but keep climate stand

12 Mar 10  More Americans stop worrying, poll shows

12 Mar 10  Vietnam to get $790m climate change funding

5 Mar 10  Registry stays silent on $19m share value drop

5 Mar 10  Marks and Spencer’s big green plan sends a message to Kiwi businesses

5 Mar 10  UK adviser calls for carbon tax on China

5 Mar 10  Britain plans soft loans for home efficiency

5 Mar 10  Houses with low energy efficiency will lose value

5 Mar 10  Uncertainty dries up Aussie carbon market

5 Mar 10  New body to watch UN climate change panel

5 Mar 10  Australia, Indonesia sign forest carbon agreement

26 Feb 10  Others dither, but NZ certain about ETS

26 Feb 10  US no wiser as Obama chats up business leaders

26 Feb 10  Aussie trading scheme bogs down again

26 Feb 10  Climate problem urgent, says Chinese leader

26 Feb 10  Antarctic ice shelves melting, says report

26 Feb 10  Weather experts agree to collect better climate data

26 Feb 10  UN climate talks to resume in April

26 Feb 10  Food supply cracking under people pressure

19 Feb 10  Obama backs new nuclear plant with $8 billion

19 Feb 10  Big companies quit US climate change coalition

19 Feb 10  Australia under fire for $60b China coal deal

19 Feb 10  UN must probe ‘bias’, says former climate chief

19 Feb 10  UN climate chief stepping down to go private

19 Feb 10  BA to build first green jet-fuel plant in Europe

12 Feb 10  US looks at other ways to limit gas emissions

12 Feb 10  How green policies could move UK out of the red

12 Feb 10  Pachauri toughs it out as pressure grows

12 Feb 10  New Zealand scientist helps develop new climate scenarios

12 Feb 10  Does the IPCC need fixing?

5 Feb 10  Country on alert as scammers steal carbon units

5 Feb 10  NZ ready to commit to Copenhagen Accord

5 Feb 10  Obama retreats from goal of cap-and-trade bill

5 Feb 10  Rudd and Abbott trade blows over climate schemes

5 Feb 10  UK will pay people for wind and solar power

5 Feb 10  55 nations set 2020 goals under Copenhagen Accord

5 Feb 10  I won't resign, says posh-suits Pachauri

5 Feb 10  US cleantech stocks fall despite major market growth

5 Feb 10  Copenhagen - a letter from Gordon Brown

29 Jan 10  No submissions as allocations deadline looms

29 Jan 10  Blame weak ETS on big business, says Fitzsimons

29 Jan 10  Wanted: New chief for big boys' lobby group

29 Jan 10  Australia presses on with 5% reduction target

29 Jan 10  Nations must not delay, says UN climate chief

29 Jan 10  Tell the whole story, adviser tells scientists

29 Jan 10  American opinion cools on global warming

29 Jan 10  Harsh winter actually a sign of climate change, says report

22 Jan 10  Fishing industry gets climate change warning

22 Jan 10  Aussie Greens want $20b carbon tax to break ETS impasse

22 Jan 10  Obama climate plans under fire from all sides

22 Jan 10  Cool heads prevail over Copenhagen, says De Boer

22 Jan 10  IPCC says sorry over glacier melting conclusion

22 Jan 10  China seen as world carbon market leader

22 Jan 10  Big players, but most Indians unaware of climate change

22 Jan 10  Come on, Kiwis, let’s ride the green wave

22 Jan 10  An alternative lesson from Copenhagen

18 Dec 09  Treasury gave thumbs down to ETS intensity-based scheme

18 Dec 09  NZ might get its way, says business council head

18 Dec 09  Countries suspicious of verification checks

18 Dec 09  NZ pours $45m into global research fund

18 Dec 09  Copenhagen in crisis: Why it all comes down to China

18 Dec 09  Ban urges leaders to act as hours tick away

18 Dec 09  UN shuts clean coal out of emissions trading

18 Dec 09  Big business puts case for global action

18 Dec 09  If diplomacy fails, there is always the fantastic Plan B

18 Dec 09  Most UK voters believe climate change is important

18 Dec 09  IPCC winnings go to climate science scholars

18 Dec 09  Global ag fund missed opportunity, says Chauvel

11 Dec 09  Copenhagen time running out, says forester

11 Dec 09  Copenhagen split as island states make stand

11 Dec 09  Leaked ‘Danish text’ pushes power for the rich

11 Dec 09  Forget US dollars, Stern tells China

11 Dec 09  UN view: The talks are going well

11 Dec 09  Republicans plan conference counter-attack

11 Dec 09  The editorial that gave world the message …

11 Dec 09  Canada receives award of shame

11 Dec 09  UK’s richest man could pocket £1bn from trading

4 Dec 09  NZ does quick ETS rules patch-up after Aussie collapse

4 Dec 09  Forester: Our credits attracting world interest

4 Dec 09  OBITUARY: Kiwi pioneered biochar research

4 Dec 09  India comes to the party with emissions cut promise

4 Dec 09  Danes are going green for the big summit

4 Dec 09  Denmark lures e-car owners with $40,000 tax break

4 Dec 09  UN suspends approval of China wind farms

4 Dec 09  Don’t trust Indonesia, warns forest report

4 Dec 09  No-go Nicolson: It's best I stay down on the farm

4 Dec 09  World news agencies join forces for Copenhagen

4 Dec 09  The truth about climate change making you rich

4 Dec 09  Decision to go to Copenhagen the easy part, says Greenpeace

4 Dec 09  Event: Southern Alps Climate Forum

27 Nov 09  Be warned: ETS is here and businesses must comply

27 Nov 09  Senate shambles as Aussie ETS vote due today

27 Nov 09  Chinese premier, too, taking cuts promise to Denmark

27 Nov 09  Ban says Obama vital to Copenhagen success

27 Nov 09  US and India pledge common action on climate change

27 Nov 09  Science update shows it’s getting hotter faster

27 Nov 09  Hacker scandal sends ripples through science community

27 Nov 09  California takes step to limit emissions

27 Nov 09  ETS: What Climate Change Minister Nick Smith says

27 Nov 09  ETS: Forest owners say deal is unjust

27 Nov 09  ETS: Shark swallows the Maori minnow

23 Nov 09  Maori win ETS voice ... and trip to Copenhagen

23 Nov 09  Opposition gets ready to mount counter-offensive

23 Nov 09  Smith: Agreement enables progress on climate change

23 Nov 09  Maori Party: Deal to benefit all

20 Nov 09  Maori quiet on ETS small print till Monday

20 Nov 09  Frustrated farmers: The tractors are coming

20 Nov 09  IN THE HOUSE: Maori Party ETS deal

20 Nov 09  Forum: Taking agriculture forward with the Emissions Trading Scheme

20 Nov 09  ‘Human’ CO2 emissions continue to rise

20 Nov 09  Obama and Hu shake hands on climate deal

20 Nov 09  Climate officials cling to hope for Copenhagen

20 Nov 09  South Korea, Brazil set carbon emissions targets

20 Nov 09  Survey reveals Aussies’ climate change doubts

20 Nov 09  Fight climate change with free condoms, says UN

20 Nov 09  Jaguar sinks teeth into climate change

20 Nov 09  Maori health will be hit hard, say MPs

20 Nov 09  Time for a cup of tea, says veteran Nat

20 Nov 09  Arrested activists criticise Fonterra

20 Nov 09  Smith's Treaury reaction a worry, says Chauvel

16 Nov 09  ETS debate might still be a week away

16 Nov 09  Greens: ETS something worth swearing about

16 Nov 09  Aussie farmers out of ETS ‘faster than a rat up a drainpipe’

16 Nov 09  Aussie agriculture backflip could be first of many

13 Nov 09  Error sends cost of ETS changes skyrocketing

13 Nov 09  Vote deadlocked as ETS bill returns to House

13 Nov 09  Divided Maori Party likely to toe the line on ETS

13 Nov 09  Britain to build 10 nuclear power stations

13 Nov 09  Can Obama yet save the day at Copenhagen?

13 Nov 09  Ban calls on US to put full weight behind talks

13 Nov 09  Carbon price must at least double, warns watchdog

13 Nov 09  $500b annual bill for climate delay, says report

13 Nov 09  Vulnerable nations call on big countries to act

13 Nov 09  Turnbull feels heat over sceptics remark

13 Nov 09  What happens when the Age of Oil comes to an end

13 Nov 09  FORUM: Britain stands shoulder to shoulder with Maldives on climate change

13 Nov 09  Bio-fuel levy the last straw for forest owners

6 Nov 09  Farmers might move offshore, warns Fonterra

6 Nov 09  Methane scare: NZ urged to watch and wait

6 Nov 09  ETS politics frustrating, says business chief

6 Nov 09  We can meet deadline, says ETS committee

6 Nov 09  It’s official: US goes cool on Copenhagen

6 Nov 09  Campaigners call carbon markets corrupt

6 Nov 09  Emissions trading doesn’t work, says scientist

6 Nov 09  Gore denies ‘carbon billionaire’ accusation

6 Nov 09  Kiwis and business reject ETS change, say Greens

6 Nov 09  FORUM: Country needs a change of focus

6 Nov 09  Environmental priorities must connect the dots, say Greens

30 Oct 09  Bill sets dangerous precedent, says law expert

30 Oct 09  Foss committee has tight deadlines

30 Oct 09  Carbon certifier moves into British market

30 Oct 09  Ban lays out criteria for success in Copenhagen

30 Oct 09  China-US pact unlikely from Obama visit

30 Oct 09  Aussies face losing famous barbie at the beach

30 Oct 09  Climate change turmoil poses security risks

30 Oct 09  All aboard the climate train to Copenhagen ...

30 Oct 09  Farmers condemn Stern’s vegetarian call

23 Oct 09  $209 MILLION A YEAR - that's what we'll pay to protect Rio Tinto, says analyst

23 Oct 09  Legal tangle awaits amended climate bill

23 Oct 09  Turia confirms big iwi leading Maori Party ETS policy

23 Oct 09  Chauvel to energy leaders: ETS changes too generous to last

23 Oct 09  ETS committee grants more time

23 Oct 09  Australia readies for key climate debate next week

23 Oct 09  Emissions from major nations continue to rise

23 Oct 09  Europe: Sign the deal and we’ll cut emissions 95%

23 Oct 09  Interim steps … that’s about it from Copenhagen

23 Oct 09  China, India forge alternative to UN treaty

23 Oct 09  Leaders could feel wrath of people-power protest

23 Oct 09  Tourism could be climate victim, UN warns

23 Oct 09  Maldives rallies nations under climate threat

16 Oct 09  Committee vote-tie could send ETS bill back with no changes

16 Oct 09  INTERVIEW: It's time to do the hard bit, says Nick Main

16 Oct 09  Business blasts rushed changes to ETS

16 Oct 09  Taxpayers face hefty bill from ETS subsidies, says business council

16 Oct 09  Push to exempt Australian farmers from carbon laws

16 Oct 09  Oceans vital in climate change fight, says report

16 Oct 09  Airlines confident of reaching emission goals

16 Oct 09  Soros pledges $1bn to search for clean energy

16 Oct 09  US ‘deeply committed,’ says energy chief

16 Oct 09  Ban urges adoption of green technologies

16 Oct 09  Sack Nick Smith from climate portfolio, says Dunleavy

15 Oct 09  Protests force slowdown on full-speed-ahead ETS

15 Oct 09  Thanks, but no thanks, says Greenpeace

15 Oct 09  Who Foss wants to hear on the ETS today

9 Oct 09  Papers show initial ETS costs as high as $500m

9 Oct 09  Cabinet buys a piece of string on cost of new ETS subsidies

9 Oct 09  Was National pretending to deal with Labour?

9 Oct 09  Smelter might suffer under Aussie rules

9 Oct 09  Smith: No costings on deal with Maori

9 Oct 09  Did Govt cut Maori deal without officials' advice?

9 Oct 09  COMMENT: Are farmers still denying climate change?

9 Oct 09  Halve our GHG emissions, say doctors

9 Oct 09  Deadline looms with committee silent on rules

9 Oct 09  G8 countries could face class actions on climate change

9 Oct 09  What's to become of the Kyoto Protocol?

9 Oct 09  Rich countries’ pledges not enough, says report

9 Oct 09  Apple latest to jump ship from US Chamber

9 Oct 09  Humans undermine nature’s help in climate war

9 Oct 09  Brazilian beef giants agree to moratorium

9 Oct 09  Maldives ministers take a dive for climate change

2 Oct 09  BMW to Government: get your vehicle policies right

2 Oct 09  Go online and have your say on the ETS

2 Oct 09  OPINION: The ETS and your business

2 Oct 09  Back me or sack me, says troubled Turnbull

2 Oct 09  G20 countries to phase out fossil fuel subsidies

2 Oct 09  China eyes emission trading as part of economic plan

2 Oct 09  Bank issues dire warning to Asia-Pacific countries

2 Oct 09  Climate catastrophe 50 years away, say experts

2 Oct 09  Science drills deep to unlock polar climate secrets

2 Oct 09  Blue-Greens must be 'pink' with embarrasment, says Chauvel

23 Sep 09  Labour grizzles as ETS changes go through House

23 Sep 09  Back our bill, pleads 'proud' climate minister

23 Sep 09  Big words, little action from world climate leaders

23 Sep 09  Emissions action can create millions of jobs, says report

23 Sep 09  Airlines plan to halve emissions by 2050

23 Sep 09  EU lists industries exempted from carbon trading

23 Sep 09  Carbon emissions post biggest drop in 40 years

23 Sep 09  Contraceptives cut climate change impact, says Lancet

18 Sep 09  No-deals Nats would have gone for a carbon tax

18 Sep 09  Doors might shut on public opinion of ETS deal

18 Sep 09  Labour releases ETS breakdown papers

18 Sep 09  World is listening to us, says Groser

18 Sep 09  IN THE HOUSE: Deal with Maori under scrutiny

18 Sep 09  Climate leaders set to give up on Copenhagen

18 Sep 09  Big spenders throw weight behind US bill

18 Sep 09  EU calls on US to do more on climate change

18 Sep 09  ‘Carbon bully’ Canada gets a caning

18 Sep 09  Catastrophe ahead, doctors tell politicians

14 Sep 09  Shock of ETS announcement destroys prospect of policy certainty

14 Sep 09  Farmers could have gained millions in secret deal proposed by Labour

14 Sep 09  EXCLUSIVE - The "Dear Lucy" deal e-mail from Labour to National

14 Sep 09  Press conference audio: Maori will now approve any Labour suggested changes

14 Sep 09  Smith: ETS revisions "balance" environment, economy

14 Sep 09  Business leaders: bill for proposed ETS changes could run to billions?

11 Sep 09  Confident Labour sits in ETS driving seat

11 Sep 09  Personal trading not for us, say Greens

11 Sep 09  Sarkozy sets carbon tax to 'save human race'

11 Sep 09  Japan target could change the carbon game

11 Sep 09  Copenhagen talks in danger, warns Miliband

11 Sep 09  Irish might need cow tax to meet EU targets

11 Sep 09  Climate goal needs dramatic rise in renewables

11 Sep 09  Senate Democrats sceptical about climate bill

11 Sep 09  Climate change could slash crop yields

11 Sep 09  NZ leads the world in compressed air power saving

4 Sep 09  US climate change bill faces fresh delays

4 Sep 09  Prepare to pay extra $120 in airfare pollution charges to Europe

4 Sep 09  PNG carbon scandal snares Australian company

4 Sep 09  Rich Norway fund moves toward green investments

4 Sep 09  India remeasures emissions - pile of money to be made in clean energy

4 Sep 09  UN chief calls for action from polar ice rim

4 Sep 09  Glaciers melting faster than ever, says Greenpeace

4 Sep 09  People won't change lifestyle for planet, says poll

4 Sep 09  Carbon Market Expo 26 - 28 October 2009

4 Sep 09  Global warming legislation 'would fail a proper regulatory impact assessment'

31 Aug 09  All sectors, all gases the way to go, says ETS report

31 Aug 09  National's best ETS bet is deal with Labour

31 Aug 09  Report lists 34 ways to shape our carbon future

31 Aug 09  Dunne: A middle road through complex issues

31 Aug 09  Business: Review leaves huge issues up in the air

31 Aug 09  National: We'll continue talks with all parties

31 Aug 09  Labour: Big chance for a meaningful ETS

31 Aug 09  Read the full ETS review report here ...

31 Aug 09  Government fiddling while planet burns, says Greenpeace

28 Aug 09  EXCLUSIVE: Business says no to carbon trade hobbles

28 Aug 09  Speculation rife as ETS report faces new delay

28 Aug 09  Smith cautious on methane in ETS, bi-party deal

28 Aug 09  Is it a bird, is it a plane ... it's KillaCycle

28 Aug 09  Kiwi now Deloitte's main man for climate change

28 Aug 09  China gets serious with climate change resolution

28 Aug 09  African leaders want $67b-a-year in climate aid

28 Aug 09  Crucial climate vote lost with Kennedy's death

28 Aug 09  Obama’s grandma goes solar at village home

28 Aug 09  Climate experts to brief young ambassadors

28 Aug 09  Loads-of-roads programme dinosaur thinking, say Greens

28 Aug 09  Online GHG reduction calculator

21 Aug 09  ETS review body to report next week

21 Aug 09  ETS deal hangs on Key's response to Goff

21 Aug 09  Pioneer Pers is making waves in Denmark

21 Aug 09  Australia targets 20% renewable energy by 2020

21 Aug 09  Democrats want banks barred from carbon trading

21 Aug 09  Australia better off with carbon tax, says oil giant

21 Aug 09  Scientists and intellectuals key, says UN chief

21 Aug 09  Cash for clunkers scheme doesn’t pay its way

21 Aug 09  California faces quandary over travel offsets

21 Aug 09  Smith hopes ETS will please everyone

14 Aug 09  EXCLUSIVE: Smith firm on ETS despite Rudd's defeat

14 Aug 09  Agriculture bogs down bipartisan ETS deal

14 Aug 09  Cap-and-ban could kill carbon market, warns broker

14 Aug 09  Groser and Greenpeace at odds on Bonn reception

14 Aug 09  Copenhagen is 10-times bigger than Kyoto for business

14 Aug 09  How green Denmark got ahead of the pack

14 Aug 09  Emissions pledges fall short of what’s needed

14 Aug 09  Bonn talks making headway, says UN official

14 Aug 09  US readies military for climate change crises

14 Aug 09  North American leaders promise a low-carbon future

14 Aug 09  Labour wrong on 2020 costs, says Smith

14 Aug 09  Greens: NZ to spend on emissions target when it could save

10 Aug 09  NZ sets 10-20% emissions target ... with big ifs

10 Aug 09  ANALYSIS: Now it comes down to the ETS deal for agriculture

10 Aug 09  BUSINESS LEADERS: Target will have to rise later

10 Aug 09  GREENS: Target weakens New Zealand’s prospects

10 Aug 09  GREENPEACE: Target will not go down well with world

10 Aug 09  OXFAM: Target shows NZ does not care

10 Aug 09  ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENCE SOCIETY: A day of shame

7 Aug 09  Pacific nations call for drastic carbon cuts

7 Aug 09  ETS unsettled as NZ packs for Bonn talks

7 Aug 09  Household impact of US bill only modest, says study

7 Aug 09  You’re not alone – UN climate chief comforts Australia

7 Aug 09  We can do it in Copenhagen, says China

7 Aug 09  UK taxpayer may foot bill for missed emission targets

7 Aug 09  Double nuclear energy output, Britain told

7 Aug 09  Forum calls for 80% cut by 2020, not 2050

7 Aug 09  One carbon choice: Don’t have that child

7 Aug 09  Psychological barriers hobble climate action

7 Aug 09  Most New Zealanders want 20-plus emissions reduction target

7 Aug 09  High price for 100 per cent renewable energy, says Smith

7 Aug 09  ANZAC approach needed to tackle climate change, says business group

7 Aug 09  FORUM: Chris Bryant, UK Foreign Affairs under-secretary

7 Aug 09  Market comment: Why cleantech stocks have the energy advantage

31 Jul 09  Emissions target to be set next week

31 Jul 09  Fletcher urgently wants ETS answers

31 Jul 09  Asia Pacific refugees could top 75 million, says report

31 Jul 09  US, China upbeat on Copenhagen treaty

31 Jul 09  France faces internal fight over carbon tax

31 Jul 09  How US can halve emissions from transport

31 Jul 09  UN chief to visit Arctic ice rim to see for himself

31 Jul 09  India says no to legally binding emissions

31 Jul 09  Forum: Cool heads still needed on global warming

31 Jul 09  Costs of emissions cuts most likely overstated - report

31 Jul 09  Business backs 20% emissions cut target

31 Jul 09  No new tree planting under this Parliament, say Kyoto forest owners

31 Jul 09  ETS in place by December, says Smith

31 Jul 09  Minister’s political games on climate are off target, say Greens

31 Jul 09  Labour urges boldness on carbon pollution reduction target

24 Jul 09  Coal pushes NZ's emissions up

24 Jul 09  Our ag emissions in the spotlight, says minister

24 Jul 09  Forum: Excluding agriculture from ETS neither principled nor smart

24 Jul 09  Better timing would help, says airport company

24 Jul 09  Government misreading public mood for free ride for agriculture?

24 Jul 09  Unique online consulation confirms multi-party deal desire

24 Jul 09  Opposition split over Australia's climate plan

24 Jul 09  Maritime chiefs act to cut emissions from ships

24 Jul 09  IPCC to elevate plight of poorest countries

24 Jul 09  Ban to talk climate change on trip to China

24 Jul 09  Nike says no more leather from Amazon

24 Jul 09  Tiny Tuvalu: If we can do it, so can you

24 Jul 09  New emissions tool for exporters

17 Jul 09  Groser: Something will come from Copenhagen

17 Jul 09  Agriculture (at last) on world emissions agenda

17 Jul 09  NZ to target forest offsets issue in Denmark

17 Jul 09  Govt sees NZ as leader in ag emissions research

17 Jul 09  UK aims for 40% low carbon energy by 2020

17 Jul 09  Exxon to invest millions in fuel from algae

17 Jul 09  Carbon scheme ripe for fraud, says Aussie expert

17 Jul 09  US ready to lead on climate change, Chu tells China

17 Jul 09  Gull supports Greenpeace emissions reduction stand

14 Jul 09  Maori Party might support Nats' ETS changes

14 Jul 09  Maori want more reasearch on emissions impact

14 Jul 09  Reluctant farmers ready to set reduction target

14 Jul 09  Power bills up £200 a year in UK energy move

14 Jul 09  Get on with it, Gore tells Australians

14 Jul 09  US officials to prod China on climate change

14 Jul 09  Greenpeace calls for pressure on rich nations

14 Jul 09  Need for balance in climate change targets, says Meat & Wool New Zealand

10 Jul 09  Soil carbon question difficult, says minister

10 Jul 09  We're no climate deniers, says farm leader

10 Jul 09  Good progress on emission target consultation

10 Jul 09  ANALYSIS: And in the red corner ...

10 Jul 09  It's a passion, says young climate ambassador

10 Jul 09  World leaders fail to agree on emissions targets

10 Jul 09  UN accuses G8 of doing too little

10 Jul 09  Senate delays action on climate bill

10 Jul 09  New angle on emissions: Make rich people pay

10 Jul 09  Al Gore invokes spirit of Churchill in climate war

10 Jul 09  Accountants the winners as carbon economy grows

10 Jul 09  Let’s get inventing, says climate report

10 Jul 09  Key’s Pacific tour should prompt rethink of climate change targets

7 Jul 09  Big guns open up on 2020 emissions target

7 Jul 09  Voluntary soil carbon market on the way

7 Jul 09  Avocado growers look for carbon answers

7 Jul 09  NZ climate deniers wed US counterpart

7 Jul 09  G8 leaders could set emissions goal of 80%

7 Jul 09  Obama to seek climate deal in Moscow

7 Jul 09  Could rice possibly be the new concrete?

7 Jul 09  Un-baa-lievable ... Scottish sheep are shrinking

7 Jul 09  Greenpeace to carry on fight with Rainbow Warrior III

7 Jul 09  Millions face climate-related hunger, says Oxfam

7 Jul 09  Security threats from climate change top Pacific agenda

3 Jul 09  Split targets on agenda of Nats-Labour ETS talks

3 Jul 09  Government won't talk about stationary energy

3 Jul 09  Rules change, but forest owners still obligated

3 Jul 09  Goverment needs to wake up, say foresters

3 Jul 09  Sweden: Learn from our climate change miracle

3 Jul 09  Democrats gear up for Senate climate bill battle

3 Jul 09  ExxonMobil still funds climate change sceptics

3 Jul 09  Permafrost melt poses major climate change threat

3 Jul 09  Canada hits rock-bottom on emissions scorecard

3 Jul 09  Nuclear energy key to India’s climate action

3 Jul 09  EPA allows California to regulate car gases

3 Jul 09  Carbon management is information management

30 Jun 09  Greens push split-emissions cuts targets

30 Jun 09  Energy sector wants firm emissions targets now

30 Jun 09  Farmers deserve reward, not tax, says scientist

30 Jun 09  'Green capital' to show off zero-emissions vehicle

30 Jun 09  Climate summit has benefits for NZ businesses

30 Jun 09  Bill positive, says China, but more action needed

30 Jun 09  UK wants billions in climate fund for poor countries

30 Jun 09  Ford gets $6 billion loan for green vehicles

30 Jun 09  California cracks down on windscreens

26 Jun 09  Industry counts cost of government's ETS delay

26 Jun 09  Labour: Government had enough time

26 Jun 09  Parties stay quiet on ETS cooperation deal

26 Jun 09  Forest owners notch Copenhagen victory

26 Jun 09  Australia delays vote on carbon trading

26 Jun 09  Government inaction worries foresters

26 Jun 09  Europe keen to show us how to insulate

26 Jun 09  Ban calls leaders to ‘unprecedented’ climate summit

26 Jun 09  Myths … and the making of a climate bill

26 Jun 09  Scotland sets emissions cut target at 42%

26 Jun 09  Russia not ready for climate battle, says bank

26 Jun 09  Welcome to Hopenhagen …

23 Jun 09  Greens fear impact of Ukraine connection

23 Jun 09  Kiwi climate system takes Manhatten

23 Jun 09  Top UK scientist here to see NZ toes the line

23 Jun 09  Groser seeks progress on climate agreement

23 Jun 09  Australian opposition stalls vote on emissions laws

23 Jun 09  Report: How climate change will affect business

23 Jun 09  Landmark science warns UK faces climate dangers

23 Jun 09  US pours $600b into Asian green energy deals

23 Jun 09  In the House ...

23 Jun 09  Actor joins Greenpeace to document Pacific climate impacts

23 Jun 09  Climate lobby wants longer ETS review

19 Jun 09  Dunne: ETS report might be July or August ... or later

19 Jun 09  Greens get in on the act with ETS talks

19 Jun 09  Report doesn't do us justice, says forest chief

19 Jun 09  Filibustering may delay carbon trading vote

19 Jun 09  Australia unveils new renewable energy targets

19 Jun 09  Big emitters deny overstating carbon scheme cost

19 Jun 09  Brussels tries to charm NZ into action on ETS

19 Jun 09  US House may vote on climate bill next week

19 Jun 09  Asia set to become biggest climate change driver

19 Jun 09  UN launches high-level climate and energy group

19 Jun 09  ETS economic impact report reaction: Government

19 Jun 09  ETS economic impact report reaction: Labour

19 Jun 09  ETS economic impact report reaction: Greens

16 Jun 09  Carter quiet on potential of forest carbon credits

16 Jun 09  US forests stand crucial for NZ growers

16 Jun 09  Biofuel source important to us, says Air NZ

16 Jun 09  Canadian anger builds over carbon trading

16 Jun 09  World Bank pulls loan to Brazilian cattle giant

16 Jun 09  Global climate agreement in sight, says UN

16 Jun 09  Big computer companies scramble to go green

16 Jun 09  US debates climate change role of farms and forests

16 Jun 09  How white roofs could have a green impact

12 Jun 09  Carbon heavyweight changes mind about NZ

12 Jun 09  Ecologist queries Air NZ enviroment award

12 Jun 09  Where are our carbon credits, asks tribal group

12 Jun 09  Aust firms not ready for carbon scheme, says survey

12 Jun 09  Canada to establish carbon trading market

12 Jun 09  Japan under fire for 8% emissions cut target

12 Jun 09  Swedish PM calls for carbon taxes in Europe

12 Jun 09  Rich countries have ‘moral duty’ to cut emissions

12 Jun 09  New climate pact ‘unlikely’ in Copenhagen

12 Jun 09  Millions on move as climate changes, warns UN

12 Jun 09  How heifers became the Hummers of agriculture

12 Jun 09  Tried-and-true recipes to tackle and gain from climate change

9 Jun 09  Shareholders left in dark on climate change

9 Jun 09  UK set to cut emissions 23 per cent by 2010

9 Jun 09  No need to rush climate laws, says Aust Opposition

9 Jun 09  Flights tax could fund climate aid for poor countries

9 Jun 09  Japanese green-car makers slip back into top gear

9 Jun 09  Land use seen as vital to fixing climate toll

9 Jun 09  Nature best at handling climate change, says UN

5 Jun 09  We need an environment watchdog, says society

5 Jun 09  Climate change: Where there's a Wills there's a way

5 Jun 09  Wood the new coal in a low-carbon world

5 Jun 09  High-earning green sector workers feel safe in jobs

5 Jun 09  Companies not disclosing climate risks, say studies

5 Jun 09  Pacific islands win UN vote on climate threats

5 Jun 09  Latest round of climate talks ‘progressing well’

5 Jun 09  Kiwi organisations unite to tackle climate change

2 Jun 09  MAF's message: Our way of farming must change

2 Jun 09  Organics campaigner sends key message to farmers

2 Jun 09  Dumped computers major headache, says lobby group

2 Jun 09  Govt delays setting emissions target again, says Greenpeace

2 Jun 09  Forestry owners plead for level playing field

2 Jun 09  Climate change crisis 'catastrophic', says new report

2 Jun 09  Climate crisis like nuclear threat, say Nobel laureates

2 Jun 09  US says rich nations likely to miss carbon targets

2 Jun 09  Report accuses supermarkets over forest destruction

2 Jun 09  Turnbull tips Australian carbon trading by January

2 Jun 09  African ministers reach climate change accord

29 May 09  Budget fund boost for ETS another sign it will stay

29 May 09  Climate change outburst embarrasses Act

29 May 09  Act must back ETS, says forest owner

29 May 09  $470 million NZ Units spend in the next year

29 May 09  We’re ready to work with US, says China

29 May 09  Business leaders urge ambitious climate action

29 May 09  EU stands alone as world ponders carbon schemes

29 May 09  Budget investment brings hope for sustainability science, says OANZ

29 May 09  Forum: Cooler weather heats up debate

26 May 09  Business amoral on climate change, says Morgan

26 May 09  UN chief challenges business to create cleaner, greener economy

26 May 09  Business leaders vow to set price on carbon

26 May 09  Academic slams our lack of climate research

26 May 09  Business group's climate change voice remains hushed

26 May 09  Greens and Nationals aim to defeat Aussie emissions scheme

26 May 09  US climate change bill clears key hurdle

26 May 09  Obama’s new green guru under fire for climate U-turn

26 May 09  Business could push governments over the line on climate change

26 May 09  Personalities sign on for climate change campaign

22 May 09  Smith delivers significant pro-ETS policy steer

22 May 09  Capital carpool operation hits the road

22 May 09  New book, new challenge to climate change

22 May 09  UPDATE: US cap and trade bill clears House committee

22 May 09  US-China climate change deal near, says report

22 May 09  Applause greets Obama car emissions plan

22 May 09  Dumped Wall Streeters race to join carbon trading

22 May 09  European investors call for carbon trading revamp

22 May 09  Analysts see carbon windfall profits for EU industry

22 May 09  UN posts Copenhagen talks text online

19 May 09  Forget Australia, urges wind energy expert

19 May 09  Suspending ETS punishes forestry, says grower

19 May 09  US lawmakers formally unveil climate change bill

19 May 09  Big business lobbyists queue up on Capitol Hill

19 May 09  Turnbull puts biochar at centre of emissions deal

19 May 09  Scientists list dangers to US Pacific ocean

19 May 09  UN chief urges action on risk of natural disasters

19 May 09  Millions of British homes to have smart meters

19 May 09  Thinktanks seek funds for green tech in poor countries

19 May 09  Acidic oceans could aid photosynthesis, says researcher

15 May 09  GREENS 3: Business leaders welcome package

15 May 09  ETS reviewers eye June date for report

15 May 09  Business leaders pool plans for green economic success

15 May 09  US climate bill targets 15% renewables by 2020

15 May 09  Renewables growth transforms global energy picture

15 May 09  Climate change dire health threat, say doctors

15 May 09  Climate change threatens millions who live off sea

12 May 09  No special deals for NZ, Australian climate officials say

12 May 09  Green scheme canned by Smith saved $4.7 million

12 May 09  Coal’s idea for tiny tax and trees given solid debunking

12 May 09  Emissions trading wrong route, say AA members

12 May 09  Sentimental baby-boomers drive up insurance

12 May 09  Ethanol test for Obama backing science over politics

12 May 09  US climate bill unlikely to pass this year, say experts

12 May 09  Indonesia urges world to act now on climate issues

12 May 09  Japanese ask world: What should we do?

12 May 09  Ford to transform SUV plant for electric Focus

12 May 09  Chauvel: We'll help National fix the mess

8 May 09  Solid Energy pushes new 'tax and plant' emissions strategy

8 May 09  Aussie officials to visit amid calls to end NZ policy 'chaos'

8 May 09  R&D vital to success of ETS, says Landcare

8 May 09  Islands must pay back climate aid loans

8 May 09  China looks ready for post-Kyoto climate deal

8 May 09  US puts first case for new UN climate treaty

8 May 09  UN must send strong signal, says climate minister

8 May 09  Carbon rules make it hard, says airline industry

8 May 09  Maldives joins NZ in climate neutral pact

5 May 09  We still want to harmonise, says Smith

5 May 09  Rudd delays emissions trading till 2011

5 May 09  Climate could turn dangerous in 50 years, says report

5 May 09  One cup of coffee =140 litres of water

5 May 09  Australia's new GHG target shows up NZ's lack of target - Greenpeace

5 May 09  ETS should be suspended, says coalition

5 May 09  Business leaders: emissions trading policy delays causing major investment blight

1 May 09  Gull wants fixed carbon price after ETS

1 May 09  Smith still quiet on Labour ETS offer

1 May 09  Fifty years of work under threat, says Oxfam

1 May 09  Top businessman bags carbon trading scheme

1 May 09  We must burn less diesel and wood, says Gore

1 May 09  US officials express hope for climate talks

1 May 09  Traders call for land-use offsets in climate deal

1 May 09  India eyes $100b in carbon trading deals

28 Apr 09  Minister delays release of ETS risk report

28 Apr 09  NZ scientists: We're being gagged

28 Apr 09  Labour expects ETS answer this week

28 Apr 09  Forest focus wrong, institute tells ETS hearing

28 Apr 09  You must adapt, minister tells farmers

28 Apr 09  EU aid decision good news for NZ

28 Apr 09  Democrats drag feet as US opens major climate talks

28 Apr 09  Britain advances carbon-capture plans

28 Apr 09  Miliband calls for populist push in climate battle

28 Apr 09  SE Asia will be hit hard , warns bank report

28 Apr 09  Native peoples’ conference ends in dispute

24 Apr 09  Scientists fear another methane catastrophe

24 Apr 09  Obama launches push for green revolution

24 Apr 09  Climate change threatens world’s mighty rivers

24 Apr 09  It’s life or death, say indigenous peoples

24 Apr 09  Careful forest management crucial, says UN

24 Apr 09  US Catholics organise against climate change

24 Apr 09  Key's 'road' for economic recovery should look more like a light-rail line, say Greens

21 Apr 09  Forest industry fears carbon deficit blow-out

21 Apr 09  NZ could lead in wind energy, says global expert

21 Apr 09  Inhibitors no silver bullet, warn farmers

21 Apr 09  Climate deal fraught with problems, says EU envoy

21 Apr 09  Wellington shelves 'green capital' plans

21 Apr 09  UK wants to pay Brits to buy electric cars

21 Apr 09  Keeping slim good for the planet, say scientists

21 Apr 09  Antarctic Treaty governments slow to act

21 Apr 09  Task force forms to create new green economy

21 Apr 09  Kyoto news no reason for complacency, says lawyer

17 Apr 09  Garnaut shock: Australia should drop ETS plan

17 Apr 09  Hydro dams carry concerns, says Greenpeace

17 Apr 09  Forest owners in plea for more tree-planting

17 Apr 09  Australia off target, say rebel scientists

17 Apr 09  Emissions cuts will work, say climate experts

17 Apr 09  Welcome to the brave new world of disputes

17 Apr 09  UN chief urges world to look on the bright side

17 Apr 09  NZ joins international climate change initiative

17 Apr 09  Waikato Univeristy to host free climate change lecture

17 Apr 09  Two million dollars for new Kyoto forests

17 Apr 09  How New Zealand can learn from “Towards a Global Green recovery”

17 Apr 09  Reality check time on emissions trading, says Federated Farmers

17 Apr 09  More headroom for a better carbon scheme

14 Apr 09  Most Kiwis want climate deal at Copenhagen

14 Apr 09  Europe’s steelmakers reap $1b carbon windfall

14 Apr 09  Slow progress made at Bonn climate talks

14 Apr 09  French power plant first to run carbon capture

14 Apr 09  Add agriculture to climate talks, says global body

14 Apr 09  State governor calls for carbon tax to fight warming

14 Apr 09  A $6 solar cooker to save the world

14 Apr 09  Honda wins green car of the year award

14 Apr 09  ETS uncertainty points to serious energy problems, says Labour

9 Apr 09  Cross-party pact vital for ETS, says Vector

9 Apr 09  HFCs clampdown could backfire, company warns

9 Apr 09  Doubts grow over greening of national library

9 Apr 09  Rainbow Warrior chief here to talk wind power

9 Apr 09  Obama science adviser advocates climate engineering

9 Apr 09  Climate change to spur shifts in wildfire hotspots

9 Apr 09  Climate change could cost California billions

9 Apr 09  Old buildings take the green lead

9 Apr 09  NZ shamed at Bonn talks, says Greenpeace

9 Apr 09  Government uncertainty over ETS must end, say Greens

7 Apr 09  Labour: We're ready to start work on joint ETS

7 Apr 09  Concrete plant swings on ETS, says manufacturer

7 Apr 09  'Polar bear' ministry cuts expected today

7 Apr 09  UN calls for inclusion of farming in climate talks

7 Apr 09  Antarctic ice shelf disappears, Arctic melting rapidly

7 Apr 09  Europe, US vow to cooperate in fighting climate change

7 Apr 09  Happiness is not a Hummer

7 Apr 09  Aussies snap up solar hot water rebate

7 Apr 09  NZ 'rearranges deckchairs' while ice shelf melts

3 Apr 09  Dunne: With Labour, we'll reach ETS agreement

3 Apr 09  Blame transport, not animals, says energy expert

3 Apr 09  NZUs allocation clear sign of future ETS plans

3 Apr 09  Banks add climate clause to new loan agreements

3 Apr 09  Business leaders welcome multi-party deal talks on ETS

3 Apr 09  Agricultural emissions can be cut 13% today - at a profit, says Sustainability Council

3 Apr 09  G20 will give climate a deal a boost, says UK minister

3 Apr 09  Carbon emissions trading core of US clean energy bill

3 Apr 09  Europe’s carbon trading scheme is working … just

3 Apr 09  Airlines fear failure of global climate talks

3 Apr 09  Underground water can store CO2, study shows

3 Apr 09  CarboNZeroCert programme ranked No.1 in Australasia

31 Mar 09  NZ carbon price cap backward step, says trader

31 Mar 09  No hurry on methane emissions, says Groser

31 Mar 09  UN climate plan talks of new world order

31 Mar 09  We’re glad to be back, US tells Bonn summit

31 Mar 09  Obama invites big emitters to Washington forum

31 Mar 09  G20 leaders plan special climate change talks

31 Mar 09  Table talk gets the climate message across

27 Mar 09  National-Labour-Green deal possible on ETS

27 Mar 09  Energy leader backs cross-party action on ETS

27 Mar 09  Insurers work through climate disasters liability

27 Mar 09  Obama might delay signing up to Copenhagen deal

27 Mar 09  Garnaut says no reason to delay emissions trading

27 Mar 09  Wong off to talk climate change in US

27 Mar 09  Changing climate might force Australians to move

27 Mar 09  Experts seek ways to make tourism eco-friendly

27 Mar 09  Worldwide darkness planned for Earth Hour

27 Mar 09  Gore writing new climate change book

27 Mar 09  Greenpeace increases call for emission cuts

27 Mar 09  Minister refuses to rule out further delays to ETS - Labour

24 Mar 09  Energy leader calls for carbon tax solution

24 Mar 09  Harmonising Tasman emissions schemes could mean massive losses

24 Mar 09  Obama invests $2b in plug-in hybrids

24 Mar 09  Honda tackles Prius in US after wowing Japan

24 Mar 09  Use e-car power, says new US energy chief

24 Mar 09  Super funds in dark over costs of climate change

24 Mar 09  Aussies spend $20m on neighbourhood climate project

24 Mar 09  Carbon trading 'undermined by boom and bust’

20 Mar 09  Australia move could cut agriculture from ETS

20 Mar 09  NZ scientists warn of Antarctic meltdown

20 Mar 09  Kiwi charcoal system in line for world prize

20 Mar 09  Backlash as Shell cuts renewables business

20 Mar 09  China rejects US carbon-based import tariff idea

20 Mar 09  World Bank appeals for water investment

20 Mar 09  UN gives $18 million for countries to slash emissions

20 Mar 09  World leaders to be given green new deal facts

20 Mar 09  Environmentalists praise new climate change film

20 Mar 09  Business Roundtable releases climate change submission

17 Mar 09  Opposition ups ETS pressure on Rudd government

17 Mar 09  Scientists slam ‘weak, ineffective’ governments

17 Mar 09  Gore optimistic for climate deal in December

17 Mar 09  Threatened Maldives now aims to be carbon-neutral

13 Mar 09  Govt setting bad example, says UN award winner

13 Mar 09  Select committee has a chance to get it right

13 Mar 09  Chauvel: Forget Australia and get on with our ETS

13 Mar 09  Insurers now wary of climate change risks

13 Mar 09  Opposition terriers get teeth into Rudd’s ETS

13 Mar 09  What the Australian ETS proposes …

13 Mar 09  US senators attack Obama’s cap-and-trade proposal

13 Mar 09  EPA proposes reporting on gas emissions

13 Mar 09  Sea level could rise twice as fast, warn scientists

13 Mar 09  Angry EU farmers oppose livestock-gas tax

13 Mar 09  Stern: Climate change deniers are 'flat-earthers'

13 Mar 09  Three make final of world green car award

13 Mar 09  Carbon sinks losing battle with rising emissions

10 Mar 09  Biofuels bad news for third world, ecologists warn

10 Mar 09  Good week for the Roundtable

10 Mar 09  Rising tides seen as threat to our wetlands

10 Mar 09  Senate to examine Rudd's emissions scheme

10 Mar 09  Bad news on way as scientists give climate update

10 Mar 09  Low-carbon economy only way out, says Brown

10 Mar 09  Carbon trade wrong, says former BP chief

10 Mar 09  We’ll have to wait and see carbon-effect of recession

10 Mar 09  Food fears prompt China to spend on agriculture

10 Mar 09  Gas hotspot Nigeria on frontline for climate change

10 Mar 09  Scouts (all 28 million of them) to mobilise for Earth Hour

6 Mar 09  Smith calls for new report on cost of ETS

6 Mar 09  Minister backs ETS review climate change stand

6 Mar 09  British PM urges US to lead on climate change

6 Mar 09  Airlines could have planes seized under emissions rules

6 Mar 09  UN drives roadmap for halving car emissions

6 Mar 09  New report slams state of world’s fisheries

6 Mar 09  Australia votes $32 million for soil and emissions study

6 Mar 09  Prime Minister further undermining progress on climate change: Labour

3 Mar 09  Key Business NZ manager now minister's ETS kingpin

3 Mar 09  CTU pushes for environment and social projects

3 Mar 09  Consumers get paid in US ‘cap and dividend’ scheme

3 Mar 09  Obama raises hopes for Copenhagen climate pact

3 Mar 09  'Alive and well' AAUs surviving money crisis

3 Mar 09  Planted forests critical to wood supplies, says UN

27 Feb 09  Business group to push for interim green tax

27 Feb 09  Confused foresters lament lack of Government direction

27 Feb 09  Business NZ stance may not give Government support it needs on ETS

27 Feb 09  Roundtable lines up Lomborg for second tour

27 Feb 09  Carbon price floor not the way to go, say experts

27 Feb 09  Pressure builds on Rudd to delay emissions scheme

27 Feb 09  Australia goes all-out to cut animal gas emissions

27 Feb 09  Green activists change minds over nuclear power

27 Feb 09  There’s money to be made in climate change

27 Feb 09  Consumers keen for energy answers, says report

27 Feb 09  Rocket carrying space carbon-spy crashes into sea

27 Feb 09  Watch the carbon dioxide flow on Google Earth

27 Feb 09  Obama's commitment to ETS a signal to NZ

24 Feb 09  TZ1 signs up another scheme

24 Feb 09  Stern warns of ‘extended world war' over climate

24 Feb 09  Aussies in dark on emissions effort, survey shows

24 Feb 09  Britons beat the petrol price thanks to fish and chips

24 Feb 09  Federated Farmers: Fitzsimons' departure should lead to ETS rethink

24 Feb 09  Green light for New Zealand’s first Solar City Pilot

24 Feb 09  UN: Heat waves and extreme drought will increase with climate change

20 Feb 09  Green ideology gets blame for tragic bushfires

20 Feb 09  Rudd ditches inquiry and sticks with emissions plans

20 Feb 09  UN urges green revolution to rescue the world’s hungry

20 Feb 09  UK windmills flap helplessly as coal remains king

20 Feb 09  Brazil climate changes threaten coffee crop

17 Feb 09  New grass could wipe out cattle gas emissions

17 Feb 09  Biochar pioneer recruits top Australian scientist

17 Feb 09  Global warming worse than we thought, say scientists

17 Feb 09  Clean energy at crossroads as firms cut plans and staff

17 Feb 09  Firestorms here to stay, scientists tell Aussies

17 Feb 09  Britain wants green makeover of all homes

17 Feb 09  Kiribati seeks new homeland as sea levels rise

17 Feb 09  Clinton tries to build climate change pact with China

17 Feb 09  Climate change truth is self-evident: Greens

17 Feb 09  Event: sustainability and the law

13 Feb 09  Big emitters win more time to put ETS review case

13 Feb 09  ETS review beginning of the end, says Turnbull

13 Feb 09  UN chief lines up Obama for debut appearance

13 Feb 09  European cities (and Christchurch) sign climate pact

13 Feb 09  Ford first to offer battery-powered commercial van

13 Feb 09  Coast Guard prepares as Arctic shipping lanes melt

13 Feb 09  Explorer Graphics works help MFE map soil carbon

13 Feb 09  Ice could hold clue to greenhouse effect

10 Feb 09  Kiwis a bit short on good ideas, UK expert says

10 Feb 09  NZ research finds new life in old concrete

10 Feb 09  Top polar scientists turn eyes on Antarctica

10 Feb 09  Australian executives ahead of pack on climate change

10 Feb 09  US and China told to cooperate on climate change

10 Feb 09  Energy boss warns of end to California farming

10 Feb 09  Millions in Asia face growing water stress, UN warns

3 Feb 09  Kyoto soil carbon rules don't fit NZ, says official

3 Feb 09  BP accused of watering down EU green agenda

3 Feb 09  Banks key players in low-carbon future, says Stern

3 Feb 09  World can afford green economy, says new report

3 Feb 09  US spacecraft aims to unlock secrets of carbon

3 Feb 09  Overheated Aussies get a taste of climate change

3 Feb 09  Poor state of Earth focus of South Island journey

30 Jan 09  Deforestation returns running late

30 Jan 09  Big UK polluters abusing EU carbon trading scheme

30 Jan 09  EU puts plan for global carbon trading system

30 Jan 09  Gore urges action on US green agenda

30 Jan 09  Climate change largely irreversible, new study shows

30 Jan 09  Asian cities team up to prepare for climate change

27 Jan 09  NZ could pay the price for Australian energy targets

27 Jan 09  Biofuels a sham, says Goldsmith's ecology magazine

27 Jan 09  Europe woos US for transatlantic carbon market

27 Jan 09  Leading investors call for US 'green recovery'

27 Jan 09  Rudd minister rubbishes Opposition’s ETS scheme

27 Jan 09  Clinton names key US climate change envoy

27 Jan 09  Japan satellite to measure carbon gases from space

27 Jan 09  US domestic airline offers offset as you go

27 Jan 09  New Zealand should join the new International Renewable Energy Agency

23 Jan 09  Deadline looms for owners to report deforestation

23 Jan 09  ETS review submissions start to flow

23 Jan 09  Obama vows to pioneer renewable energy revolution

23 Jan 09  ‘Optimistic’ UN chief greets new US president

23 Jan 09  Scientists find out how fish poo fights climate change

23 Jan 09  Zurich approach 'bearing fruit'

23 Jan 09  SKM Wins Global Business Achievement Award

23 Jan 09  Obama's green leadership challenges National, say Greens

20 Jan 09  Cheaper carbon is the up-side of the downturn

20 Jan 09  It's all win-win for no-till farmers, says scientist

20 Jan 09  Nats' ETS opinions don't worry me, says Hide

20 Jan 09  Obey the law, minister tells confused forest owners

20 Jan 09  Obama has four years to save Earth, says climate expert

20 Jan 09  PwC buys international environment advisory firm

20 Jan 09  Defer the ETS to minimise job losses, says MEUG

16 Jan 09  No takers with emissions trading review a month away

16 Jan 09  Solid Energy: NZIER report all we funded

16 Jan 09  Day one will reveal Obama’s climate change track

16 Jan 09  UN carbon trading scheme suspends reluctant Russia

16 Jan 09  Lawyers to launch association for climate change officers

16 Jan 09  Peru planting 40 million trees to fight climate change

16 Jan 09  Emerging economies more concerned, but optimistic about solving climate change

16 Jan 09  Climate could be changing the sound of music

16 Jan 09  Learn the lingo with buzzwords for greenspeak

16 Jan 09  New investment in climate change research

16 Jan 09  National will have to do better than announce old policy , says Anderton

16 Jan 09  Used cooking oil slashes hot water power bill by 92%

23 Dec 08  Canadians adopt New Zealand climate change software

22 Dec 08  Greenpeace New Zealand Inc v Genesis Power Ltd

22 Dec 08  Greens label Supreme Court decision as blow to climate

19 Dec 08  Confused forest owners keep planting plans on hold

19 Dec 08  ETS select committee opens for business

19 Dec 08  No suspension of ETS - what the PM said

19 Dec 08  EU slashes emission caps on utilities, factories

19 Dec 08  Australian plan not enough, says influential minister

19 Dec 08  Rudd backs renewables and home power generation

19 Dec 08  Obama: Chu appointment shows we’re serious

19 Dec 08  2008 among 10 warmest years on record, UN experts say

19 Dec 08  IBM tops climate change governance league table

19 Dec 08  Charles urges international climate cooperation

19 Dec 08  The new slavery - some say it's time to face up to the curse of oil

19 Dec 08  Westpac wins CEMARs certification

19 Dec 08  Waitakere joins international climate change network

18 Dec 08  PM indicates ETS law will not be suspended during review

16 Dec 08  Australia sets minimum target of 5% emissions cut

16 Dec 08  Dunne to bar time-wasters from ETS review hearings

16 Dec 08  NZ should be backing geothermal brains, says expert

16 Dec 08  Ministry extends time for carbon-reporting comments

16 Dec 08  Poznan positives: At least some progress is being made

16 Dec 08  Focus on climate, not O.J. or Paris Hilton, urges Gore

16 Dec 08  Poznan delegates (happily) say bye-bye to Bush

16 Dec 08  Environment groups slam EU deal on climate, economy

16 Dec 08  Nobel winner likely to head Obama’s climate team

16 Dec 08  We're losing coral reefs at an alarming rate, says report

12 Dec 08  National will have an ETS, says Brownlee

12 Dec 08  Critics slam NZ attitude at Poznan climate talks

12 Dec 08  Forest owners 'positive' after meeting new minister

12 Dec 08  Environmental sustainability key issue, say advisers

12 Dec 08  UN chief calls for ‘Green New Deal’ at climate talks

12 Dec 08  Poznan pressure groups blast Australia

12 Dec 08  Obama on climate change: The time for denial is over

12 Dec 08  No country doing the job, say climate change watchdogs

12 Dec 08  Climate experts begin to doubt renewables, says survey

12 Dec 08  Climate victims could sue big emitters, says expert

9 Dec 08  ETS review committee announced

9 Dec 08  Smith: we want consensus on climate change

9 Dec 08  Chauvel: Hide failed to show for the last select committee

9 Dec 08  Dunne at the helm: We need an ETS quickly

9 Dec 08  Buck: Forget ETS review, we're nearly out of time

9 Dec 08  At last, forest owners get a date with the minister

9 Dec 08  Forest protection hopes fade at Poznan talks

9 Dec 08  Like the weather, Poznan climate talks go cool

9 Dec 08  UN defends American attack on carbon trading scheme

9 Dec 08  Brussels talks will decide EU stance on climate change

9 Dec 08  What world business leaders think of climate change

9 Dec 08  Builders can do more to curb carbon, says UN report

9 Dec 08  Scotland comes up with ‘world leading’ climate bill

5 Dec 08  World listens to NZ forest owners' Kyoto case

5 Dec 08  Emissions scheme 'sound', but Treasury issues warning

5 Dec 08  POZNAN: China, India say Obama is the key

5 Dec 08  Nader: Why we need a global carbon tax

5 Dec 08  Pressure mounts on Rudd to cut emissions by 25%

5 Dec 08  Food disaster looms in Pacific, says UN report

2 Dec 08  ETS review could damage farming, says Pedersen

2 Dec 08  Foresters fear trading advice is a waste of time

2 Dec 08  We're risking our clean reputation, says organics chief

2 Dec 08  Entrepreneurial phase of CDM market over, says report

2 Dec 08  District council factors in 10% cost of ETS

2 Dec 08  10,000 turn up for crucial climate talks in Poland

2 Dec 08  UK climate chief cracks down on coal-fired energy

2 Dec 08  Australia’s final carbon scheme out this month

2 Dec 08  Germany cuts gas emissions to below Kyoto marks

2 Dec 08  Religious leaders united in call for climate curbs

2 Dec 08  Hot air: Poznan talks will create 13,000 tonnes of carbon

28 Nov 08  Anxious EMA wants to meet ministers on ETS review

28 Nov 08  Act's climate change questions damaging, says professor

28 Nov 08  Govt mum on position for Poznan

28 Nov 08  CO2 levels reach highest point … and still growing

28 Nov 08  POZNAN 1: Where the big players stand

28 Nov 08  POZNAN 2: We need a shared vision, says UN chief

28 Nov 08  POZNAN 3: Our stand won’t change, vows India

28 Nov 08  POZNAN 4: Maldives awaits dawn of doomsday

28 Nov 08  Shell signs for Australia’s carbon capture institute

28 Nov 08  FORUM: May our representatives not make us a laughing stock in Poznan

28 Nov 08  FORUM: How the world will look in 2025

28 Nov 08  UK moves send a strong signal to NZ exporters to cut carbon

25 Nov 08  Forest owners to confront new minister with facts

25 Nov 08  Don't panic, emissions expert tells NZUs sellers

25 Nov 08  Oil companies hail move to look at carbon tax

25 Nov 08  Listener criticises government's ETS move

25 Nov 08  British climate change bill shows how it can be done

25 Nov 08  Key joins APEC leaders in call to fight climate change

25 Nov 08  Top entrepreneurs see climate change as growing strategic concern

25 Nov 08  Governors sign pact to work with Obama – and each other

25 Nov 08  GLOBE Americas Legislators' Forum on Climate Change

21 Nov 08  We're now a joke in Europe, says carbon trader

21 Nov 08  Hold on to your carbon credits, experts advise

21 Nov 08  NZ businesses told: Get used to it, carbon rules

21 Nov 08  Obama vows ‘new chapter’ in US climate change policy

21 Nov 08  Protests follow UK’s first carbon permits auction

21 Nov 08  British MPs pass landmark climate change bill

21 Nov 08  Climate change momentum fading, says survey

21 Nov 08  Climate change goes to Hollywood

21 Nov 08  National already breaking promises on climate change, says Labour

21 Nov 08  FORUM: Run cars on green electricity

21 Nov 08  New work on climate change and ice sheets

21 Nov 08  Business council not surprised by ETS review

21 Nov 08  NZ - friend or foe of US?

18 Nov 08  EXCLUSIVE: Carbon market leader shelves NZ plans

18 Nov 08  NZUs 'dead' as carbon market struggles with confusion

18 Nov 08  Nats' ETS position changes from promise to preference

18 Nov 08  China outlines plans for domestic carbon trading

18 Nov 08  Beware the brown peril – the abc of ABCs

18 Nov 08  Aussies march to back climate change action

18 Nov 08  Arnie orders full steam ahead on climate strategy

18 Nov 08  Carbon-sniffing satellite sleuth readies for launch

18 Nov 08  National reneges on climate change commitments

18 Nov 08  Greenpeace questions ‘missing’ portfolio

14 Nov 08  Time to be climate-positive, NZ businesses told

14 Nov 08  FORUM: O'Reilly on leadership group

14 Nov 08  Exxon Mobil chief slams Australian ETS modelling

14 Nov 08  Ban calls on economic summit to tackle global warming

14 Nov 08  World-wide investment in clean energy falls sharply

14 Nov 08  1972 book right on target with predicted global collapse

14 Nov 08  UN sees need for global body to tackle biodiversity

14 Nov 08  Clever climate change thinking could win you $75,000

14 Nov 08  $11.75m for rural projects

11 Nov 08  O'Reilly questions future of leadership forum

11 Nov 08  ANALYSIS: Clark could follow in Blair's footsteps

11 Nov 08  Carbon dioxide levels already in danger zone, says new study

11 Nov 08  US must take leading role in climate change, says UN official

11 Nov 08  Rudd under pressure to water down emissions scheme

11 Nov 08  Don’t sit around and wait, Aussie farmers told

11 Nov 08  Shell chief urges Canadian governments to take control

11 Nov 08  Meeting hears why Africa left behind in carbon offset trade

7 Nov 08  Labour eyes nation-wide electric-car charging network

7 Nov 08  Solid Energy chief heads world coal body

7 Nov 08  Obama 1: Dark days ahead for fossil fuels

7 Nov 08  Obama 2: Climate plan must have priority, says Pachauri

7 Nov 08  Obama 3: Canada quick to seek climate deal

7 Nov 08  Obama 4: These guys owe us 18 square miles of new trees

7 Nov 08  New EU states team up against parts of climate plan

7 Nov 08  Canadian firms taking climate change seriously, says report

7 Nov 08  Climate change might hurt giant pandas, say scientists

7 Nov 08  Parker jobs claim wrong, says coalition

4 Nov 08  EXCLUSIVE: Forest owners make Kyoto advance

4 Nov 08  Key ETS agriculture decisions out this month

4 Nov 08  Steel manufacturer calls for global carbon regime

4 Nov 08  Agriculture and emissions trading don’t mix, says report

4 Nov 08  Rudd government to go easy on emissions trading scheme

4 Nov 08  UN expert calls for world action to halt desertification

4 Nov 08  No cap and no fixed price on carbon, investors say

4 Nov 08  Expert praises China's will to tackle climate change

4 Nov 08  KPMG gets serious about climate change

4 Nov 08  Labour and National fail environmental test, say green groups

4 Nov 08  Government's stand against illegal logging backed by forest owners

4 Nov 08  TrustPower opens Australian wind farm

31 Oct 08  Nervous foresters: We don't want policy flip-flops

31 Oct 08  Forum leaders keen to keep on being heard

31 Oct 08  Households up for $1 a day under ETS, says Australian Treasury

31 Oct 08  World business leaders back UN climate change deal

31 Oct 08  Brits reluctant investors in climate change, says report

31 Oct 08  China issues post-Kyoto plans on climate change

31 Oct 08  Charles urges world to keep on green course

31 Oct 08  FORUM: The flawed economics of nuclear power

31 Oct 08  Economies continue to grow with emissions trading, says Parker

28 Oct 08  E-car entrepreneur eyes charging stations network for NZ

28 Oct 08  Miliband bows to pressure on UK aviation and shipping emissions

28 Oct 08  Climate change: A safe haven for worried investors?

28 Oct 08  New climate deal possible in 2009, says EU chief

28 Oct 08  Cities' leaders pledge action on climate change

24 Oct 08  Contact puts $75 million price tag on carbon commitment

24 Oct 08  Brown faces defeat as Labour MPs revolt on climate change

24 Oct 08  Britain to auction first carbon allowances next month

24 Oct 08  Japan set to introduce voluntary carbon market

24 Oct 08  Financial crisis blurs Australian Treasury's carbon view

24 Oct 08  Speed up ETS preparations, Australian businesses told

24 Oct 08  Settle it, and quickly, Ban tells Europe’s leaders

24 Oct 08  Climate change needs a Roosevelt ‘New Deal,’ says UN

24 Oct 08  EC eyes market solution to deforestation

21 Oct 08  Nats promise electricity-first ETS by 2010

21 Oct 08  Parker: Nats won't, but we'll answer the questions

21 Oct 08  Worst polluters pick up $3b under Australian ETS, says report

21 Oct 08  Use ETS money to fund green projects, says Britain

21 Oct 08  EU’s climate actions could be economic boon, says Ban

21 Oct 08  Environment will wither whoever wins US election

21 Oct 08  New-man Miliband has blueprint for greener UK homes

21 Oct 08  We’re facing climate change havoc, warns new report

17 Oct 08  Nats and climate change: The unanswered questions

17 Oct 08  Nat's insulation snub huge setback, says health expert

17 Oct 08  Rudd firm: Financial crisis won't delay Australian carbon trade

17 Oct 08  Troubled EU pledges to stick with climate change plans

17 Oct 08  Finally, EU-Kyoto carbon trading link up and running

17 Oct 08  Forests back in fashion as weapon to combat climate change

17 Oct 08  Climate change targets could cripple UK agriculture, say farmers

17 Oct 08  It’s full speed ahead for America’s new energy economy

17 Oct 08  Experts warn Arab states of climate catastrophe

14 Oct 08  Nats won't back billion-dollar warm homes plan, says Smith

14 Oct 08  Anderton vows to shelter farmers troubled by ETS

14 Oct 08  Buffett millions back first Chinese green car

14 Oct 08  Financial crisis clouds EU's climate change plans

14 Oct 08  Markets turmoil could usher in new green era, says UN

14 Oct 08  Lab-grown meat, licences to have children … welcome to 2030

14 Oct 08  Don’t blame cities for climate change troubles, says report

10 Oct 08  First NZ carbon credits attract strong interest

10 Oct 08  Climate change politicians to face the public

10 Oct 08  EU nods to credit crisis but remains tough on emissions

10 Oct 08  UK facing climate decisions crunch time, says report

10 Oct 08  The Deadly Dozen - 12 climate change diseases that could sweep the world

10 Oct 08  Experts seek clues on impact of climate change on health

10 Oct 08  Fiji eyes billion-dollar windfall from carbon trading

10 Oct 08  Financial crisis must not diminish climate change, says UN chief

10 Oct 08  NZ students to work on climate change study in Europe

7 Oct 08  Major players say no to carbon price-cap proposal

7 Oct 08  No need for panic-buying, Smith tells businesses

7 Oct 08  EU vote will spell out future of carbon capture

7 Oct 08  Cleantech investment soars as big business catches on

7 Oct 08  Industry leaders call for gentle start to Aussie emissions trading

7 Oct 08  World Bank makes huge jump in funding of renewable energy projects

3 Oct 08  Everyone’s happy with first US carbon auction

3 Oct 08  Car makers unhappy with EU changing emissions targets

3 Oct 08  Eastern Europe collects windfall as Japan snaps up carbon credits

3 Oct 08  Branson and Virgin Galactic ride to save planet from climate change

3 Oct 08  Lawyers smile as carbon trading warms up in Tianjin

3 Oct 08  Nat's climate change stance 'window dressing'

30 Sep 08  Climate report on hold as PM mulls over Wall St crisis

30 Sep 08  Big emitters play the waiting game with ETS

30 Sep 08  Garnaut to tell Aussies how life will be in Carbonland

30 Sep 08  Millions of new jobs in green economy, says UN report

30 Sep 08  Greenhouse gas pollution up despite economic downturn

30 Sep 08  US states auction off right to emit global warming pollution

30 Sep 08  ‘Obsolete’ market system to blame for deforestation, PNG tells UN

30 Sep 08  First ‘carbon state’ report finds troubling imbalance

30 Sep 08  Australia among donors pledging $6b to climate change funds

30 Sep 08  IDEAcarbon rates Joint Implementation projects

26 Sep 08  EXCLUSIVE: It's official, we're losing climate change battle

26 Sep 08  Nats vow to sweep new broom through forest industry

26 Sep 08  ANALYSIS: Our future under K2 bleak without forestry

26 Sep 08  US states, Canadian provinces announce emissions pact

26 Sep 08  Clean coal is like healthy cigarettes, says Gore

26 Sep 08  Australia launches climate change super fund initiative

26 Sep 08  UK emissions bill about to become law, says minister

26 Sep 08  Ban urges faster efforts to expand access to safe drinking water

26 Sep 08  Water management leaking through the cracks

26 Sep 08  Key must explain Williamson’s rail comments

23 Sep 08  Heavy emitters told climate change issues ripe for litigation

23 Sep 08  Market readies as NZUs about to go on line

23 Sep 08  Patagonia talks paved way for Poznan, says Parker

23 Sep 08  Australian carbon credit price doubles as emissions scheme looms

23 Sep 08  Copenhagen most important meeting since WWII, says Stern

23 Sep 08  UK names date to run first emissions trading auction

23 Sep 08  Leading ad agencies join UN in climate change campaign

23 Sep 08  Canadians will pay Rwandans to plant trees

23 Sep 08  Online calculator gives emissions measure

19 Sep 08  Our ETS action outstrips nuclear stand, says international expert

19 Sep 08  National's fisheries policy hooks seafood industry

19 Sep 08  Be careful of giving heavy emitters more, Australia told

19 Sep 08  FUTURE AMERICA: What the candidates say about emissions and climate change

19 Sep 08  Cambodia pioneering carbon trading cooperative

19 Sep 08  FORUM: Is the door open for a carbon tax?

16 Sep 08  Carbon platform eyes start early next year

16 Sep 08  ETS becomes law on Friday

16 Sep 08  NZ key player at Patagonia climate change talks

16 Sep 08  Grab the opportunities, UK expert tells our farmers

16 Sep 08  Carbon trading band-aid solution, report tells Philippines

16 Sep 08  US names climate change, newtech as high security risks

16 Sep 08  Dusty Spain to set up climate change research institute

12 Sep 08  ETS befuddles business community, poll shows

12 Sep 08  Disappointed farmers vow to fight on ... but how?

12 Sep 08  Garrett: Don't tinker with your new ETS law

12 Sep 08  Industry group tries to scrap EU emissions scheme

12 Sep 08  Public strongly behind EU policies on climate change

12 Sep 08  Britain votes $130 million climate aid for Bangladesh

12 Sep 08  Greenhouse gas emissions: What others are doing

12 Sep 08  Cool idea: Paint your roof white

12 Sep 08  Thawed permafrost massive contributor to gas emissions

12 Sep 08  Go global, UN chief tells students

12 Sep 08  Google Earth puts you in the cockpit for hotspots flyover

12 Sep 08  REACTION: Greens: ETS a first step, time for some big strides now

12 Sep 08  REACTION: National: We will amend flawed ETS

12 Sep 08  Rudd’s carbon scheme leaves early movers exposed

11 Sep 08  Parliament passes emissions scheme into law

11 Sep 08  Businesses, wake up and smell the carbon

11 Sep 08  Forest owners first to feel effects of ETS

11 Sep 08  GOVERNMENT STATEMENT: Historic climate change legislation passes

11 Sep 08  REACTION: Thank god that's over, now back to the climate, says Greenpeace

11 Sep 08  FORUM: Biochar holds many of the answers for climate change

9 Sep 08  Parker hails party leaders for 'great victory' on climate change bill

9 Sep 08  National promises ETS by 2010 - but fails to answer question on cap

9 Sep 08  Displaced islanders again appeal to NZ for help

9 Sep 08  World's first carbon capture pilot fires up clean-coal advocates

9 Sep 08  $50 million alliance to map future of Australian water resources

9 Sep 08  Researchers pinpoint world's climate change 'hotspots'

9 Sep 08  Carbon forum helps Africa profit from greenhouse gas offset scheme

9 Sep 08  ValueAdd model promotes 'carbon farming'

9 Sep 08  More details needed in National’s Environment Policy

9 Sep 08  Students plot to reduce extravagant use of electricity

5 Sep 08  Garnaut sets top target of 80% emissions cut by 2050

5 Sep 08  Australians told to shoulder their burden of Kyoto

5 Sep 08  How the Australian ETS will work

5 Sep 08  Garnaut's latest report

5 Sep 08  Parker: Not the time to move on offset planting

5 Sep 08  Garnaut delivers carbon targets today

5 Sep 08  Iwi leaders doubt ETS forest land dispute will spread

5 Sep 08  Govt: ETS forestry compo benefits large number of iwi

5 Sep 08  Tribal group challenges Parker's ETS support claim

5 Sep 08  National’s ETS changes: devilish cost in the detail

5 Sep 08  Rare glimpse of National's post-election ETS policy detail

5 Sep 08  We’ve slashed carbon dioxide emissions, claim US airlines

5 Sep 08  Climate forecasts crucial to water resources, say weather watchers

5 Sep 08  India must brace for the worst, warns UN agency

5 Sep 08  Pachauri to head IPCC for further five years

5 Sep 08  Crown submission on Meridian wind farm proposal

5 Sep 08  Cynical politics around emissions trading scheme

5 Sep 08  Solar energy can bring clean energy to over 4 billion people by 2030

5 Sep 08  Tough challenges to livestock agriculture

2 Sep 08  Fishing industry questions new ETS free-units allocation

2 Sep 08  Obama promises $150b for renewables and end to Middle East oil imports

2 Sep 08  Humans at war with Earth on climate change, says Lovelock

2 Sep 08  Australia votes $14m to help endangered island neighbours

2 Sep 08  Ban hails UN climate panel on 20th anniversary

2 Sep 08  ETS bill a good compromise - CTU

2 Sep 08  Maori Party against ETS bill: concern over subsidies, impacts on Maori land owners

2 Sep 08  Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre 30-31 October 2008

29 Aug 08  ETS DEALS: What the Greens and NZ First got changed

29 Aug 08  Accra talks bode well for future climate change negotiations, says UN

29 Aug 08  Poorer countries face $170 billion climate change bill

29 Aug 08  New report lists advantages of scrapping fossil fuel subsidies

29 Aug 08  Japan finds a fact: Climate change is making whales thinner

29 Aug 08  Film-makers get chance to tell climate change stories

26 Aug 08  Green Party statement

26 Aug 08  REACTION: Greenpeace welcomes Greens' decision

26 Aug 08  FORUM: The Cartarets - report from a sinking world

26 Aug 08  Deforestation question splits delegates at Ghana conference

26 Aug 08  Australia must make room for climate change refugees, says report

26 Aug 08  New UN reports warns of costs of inaction on climate change

26 Aug 08  Climate change will deplete fisheries production, warns FAO

26 Aug 08  Open letter to Jeanette Fitzsimons

22 Aug 08  UN to set up climate-change centre for Pacific countries

22 Aug 08  Japan plans to label carbon footprints of store goods

22 Aug 08  India accuses UN of bias as climate change talks resume

22 Aug 08  World Bank names countries eligible for forest rewards

22 Aug 08  Schools race to sign with solar power programme

22 Aug 08  Labour's political agenda no reason to ram flawed ETS through

22 Aug 08  Landslide response to Greens' call for ETS input

22 Aug 08  ETS must pass despite weaknesses, says Greenpeace

19 Aug 08  NZ billions behind in carbon bonanza race, says Tindall

19 Aug 08  Global leaders? We’re not even close, says carbon-footprint pioneer

19 Aug 08  NZ might have to take Pacific climate-change refugees

19 Aug 08  Scientists to discuss impact of aerosols on climate

19 Aug 08  Darwin, Cape Town warned to get ready for rising sea levels

19 Aug 08  Mexican border states join California in fighting climate change

19 Aug 08  Drought the big killer, says anthropologist-author

15 Aug 08  Key’s energy message: We’ll give you all the electricity you need

15 Aug 08  UN-backed group takes steps to establish new biofuel standard

15 Aug 08  Carbon credits undervalued, says report

15 Aug 08  Carbon sequestration has its problems, warns report

15 Aug 08  UN chief urges young people to take active role in climate change fight

15 Aug 08  Round two of Garnaut report out early next month

15 Aug 08  Southern Ocean elephant seals dive deep for climate data

15 Aug 08  Get real, Greenpeace tells Nats

12 Aug 08  Nats to reveal energy policy this week

12 Aug 08  New $27 million project will protect the birds and the bees

8 Aug 08  Supreme Court still quiet on Rodney gas power station

8 Aug 08  China grabs low-carbon export opportunities in clean tech race

8 Aug 08  UK Carbon Reduction Commitment – a lesson for New Zealand firms

8 Aug 08  New UN report suggests how to boost cities’ resiliency to climate change

8 Aug 08  Heavy-emitter label not fair, angry India tells NZ

5 Aug 08  Forester warns farmers of get-rich-quick carbon hucksters

5 Aug 08  Stop the plough and save the world, says prairie professor

5 Aug 08  Tiny turbines to power Antarctic science station

5 Aug 08  Asia emerging as centre of carbon trade programme

5 Aug 08  Pro-coal energy minister calls UK protesters naïve

5 Aug 08  Climate change puts Canadian seniors' health at risk

5 Aug 08  Cook’s weather-watching pays off for climate change scientists

5 Aug 08  Lonely dinosaur seeks white elephant

1 Aug 08  OPINION: Tackling climate change: who should pay?

1 Aug 08  Words in the House over ETS support talks

1 Aug 08  Australians strongly back carbon trade scheme, poll shows

1 Aug 08  Farmers backed with $26.5 million for climate change training

1 Aug 08  AUGUST 18-20: Climate change and business conference - Rudd and Clark appearing

1 Aug 08  AUGUST 18: Clean billions on conference agenda

1 Aug 08  Former UN man joins IDEAcarbon

29 Jul 08  BREAKING NEWS: Government calls for tough CDM regime

29 Jul 08  EXCLUSIVE: Union-led climate alliance reaches across the Tasman

29 Jul 08  Millions on research could mean billions in earnings

29 Jul 08  NZ ranks high among countries at least risk from climate change

29 Jul 08  Battle-weary US soldiers told to cut carbon bootprint

29 Jul 08  Schwarzenegger vetoes climate change teaching in schools

29 Jul 08  Two children enough in climate-changing world, experts argue

29 Jul 08  Finland joins 26-country partnership to curb methane emissions

29 Jul 08  Australians singing the same old song

29 Jul 08  New members for GIAB announced

25 Jul 08  We'll fight for our forest rights, owners warn ETS policy-makers

25 Jul 08  ANALYSIS: Heavy emitters and National scoring major own goal

25 Jul 08  Our politicians ignoring peak oil impact, says forum

25 Jul 08  Minister stays mum on support for Biofuels bill

25 Jul 08  Goldsmith organisation condemns plans for importing biofuels into NZ

25 Jul 08  Report details huge climate change cost for US states

25 Jul 08  Indian businesses reluctant climate change players, says report

25 Jul 08  Kyoto foresters seek assurances on Labour and National's carbon credit promises

22 Jul 08  Public wants help with ETS costs, survey shows

22 Jul 08  Local councils doing the best they can with water, says Neilson

22 Jul 08  Canadian PM under pressure as major province signs up with US emissions group

22 Jul 08  BBC TV about to air climate change the thriller

22 Jul 08  US scientists issue dire new warning on effects of climate change

22 Jul 08  'Carbon bomb' lies waiting in world's wetlands, warn scientists

22 Jul 08  For animals, it might be a case of relocation, relocation, relocation

22 Jul 08  ‘Swindle’ doco broke the rules, says UK watchdog

18 Jul 08  In time, Australia and NZ ETS plans can work together, say governments

18 Jul 08  Australia gets ETS agriculture right, say New Zealand farmers

18 Jul 08  Maori Party sticks to polluters-should-pay stance on ETS fuel plans

18 Jul 08  Long-haul airlines to get carbon relief from Europe

18 Jul 08  Biofuel subsidies waste of money, says OECD report

18 Jul 08  US power giant will spend $10b to slash gas emissions

18 Jul 08  Canadian premiers squabble over climate change action

18 Jul 08  Pioneering carbon scheme promotes school energy efficiency

18 Jul 08  UN embarks on worldwide survey to assess deforestation

18 Jul 08  Spending on science and innovation is best for combating climate change

18 Jul 08  Consider Aussie ETS before passing bill, say Nats

16 Jul 08  Parker, Swan meet tomorrow to talk emissions trading

16 Jul 08  Australia announces all-gases and almost-all sectors ETS

16 Jul 08  Acting on climate change: towards an Australian carbon pollution reduction scheme

15 Jul 08  World won't buy ETS dream, top economist tells Aussies

15 Jul 08  Air NZ reviewing implications of EU emissions plan

15 Jul 08  ‘Missing’ greenhouse gas poses problem for government’s information technology thrust

15 Jul 08  Bush administration slams door on climate change

15 Jul 08  Garnaut urges big spend on renewable energy and carbon capture

15 Jul 08  Corporate 'greening' wasted on consumers, report says

15 Jul 08  Queensland looks at transforming cattle land with trees

15 Jul 08  Campaign highlights climate-change plight of women

11 Jul 08  Petrol shock: $8 a litre within 10 years, says Aussie report

11 Jul 08  Poll shows most of us want action on climate change

11 Jul 08  NZIER-funded polling shows coalition deal may have to deliver ETS policy

11 Jul 08  NZ, Australia emissions schemes sit happily together, says Parker

11 Jul 08  Frustrated scientists hammer home the climate change message

11 Jul 08  ANALYSIS: The NZIER and friends' poll slip is showing

11 Jul 08  G8 good start but fast action needed to tackle global crises, says UN chief

11 Jul 08  Green cars - Honda's Civic GX pick of the bunch

11 Jul 08  Roundtable: NZIER survey confirms ETS proposals lack support

11 Jul 08  UN agency says G8 leaders 'missed opportunity'

8 Jul 08  NZIER releases public poll on climate change

8 Jul 08  ANALYSIS: The poll result NZIER’s mystery funders won’t like

8 Jul 08  Worried union wants summit talks on climate change

8 Jul 08