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American Muslims ditch fossil fuels investments

14 Nov 16 - As representatives of many of the world’s main religions join financial leaders in calling for a switch of investment from polluting energy to renewables, a prominent Islamic organisation says it...

KYOTO QUERY: Is NZ carbon units stand legal?

11 Nov 16 - New Zealand’s legal ability to use carried-over Kyoto carbon units to meet its 2020 emissions reduction target is being questioned.

Australia ratifies, under a large Trump-shaped shadow

Malcolm Turnbull

11 Nov 16 - Australia has announced that it is to ratify the Paris climate agreement, which entered into force last Friday.

How trade could help to green the economy

11 Nov 16 - Governments should take a closer look at the ways in which trade can help to spread the use of green technologies to tackle climate change, says United Nations trade chief Dr Mukhisa Kituyi.

PLEASE EXPLAIN: NZ under scrutiny in Marrakech

10 Nov 16 - New Zealand's progress on cutting greenhouse gas emissions will come under international scrutiny at climate talks in Marrakech on Monday.

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

9 Nov 16 - The Paris climate agreement has now officially come into force most people have hailed it as a huge success and a significant milestone in our quest to limit the effects of global climate change.

Climate change momentum begins today with Marrakech

8 Nov 16 - The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Marrakech has started - just three days after the Paris Agreement entered into force.

The day the world shut the door on disaster

8 Nov 16 - PATRICIA ESPINOSA, UNFCCC Executive Secretary and SALAHEDDINE MEZOUAR, President of COP22 and Morocco Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation look at the UN climate conference which opened today...

EDITORIAL: Welcome to the real world that's Paris

4 Nov 16 - It's Paris Day – the day the Paris Agreement comes into force.

Why geo-engineering is unlikely to save the world

4 Nov 16 - The global watchdog responsible for protecting the world’s wealth of species, the UN’s Convention on Biological Diversity, has looked at the hopes for reining in climate change through...

Changing rainfall patterns threaten food production

1 Nov 16 - Rainfall patterns will have changed so drastically by the end of this century that agriculture, forestry and fishing will all be seriously affected, warns the UN’s latest State of Food and...

The world meets in Quito to discuss the future of cities

25 Oct 16 - As the global population grows from seven billion to nearly 10 billion by 2050, we will need to build the equivalent of a city of one million people every five days to house them.

We're not doing enough, warn global energy leaders

10 Oct 16 - Current market signals are not strong enough to drive the decarbonisation the world needs to avoid dangerous levels of climate change, say energy leaders meeting in Istanbul.

Five cities that could change the future of Antarctica

Christchurch

7 Oct 16 - Antarctica is at a crossroads. The frozen continent at the bottom of the planet has the potential to either become one of the most fiercely contested zones in the world, or the most collaborative.

Opposition slams Government carbon credits plan

6 Oct 16 - New Zealand’s plans to buy its way out of emissions reductions run foul of the United Nations’ Framework Convention on Climate Change, Opposition parties say.

NZ ratifies Paris Agreement

5 Oct 16 - New Zealand has ratified the Paris Agreement and the European Union is about to, pushing the global climate change treaty over the threshold to bring it into force.

Fossil fuel majors ignore climate crisis

Bill McKibben

30 Sep 16 - Bill McKibben, the US environmentalist who is one of the world’s foremost authors and activists on issues of global warming, does not mince his words.

Russia in the slow lane on road to Paris

29 Sep 16 - What’s holding Russia back from ratifying the Paris climate agreement?

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

Hoesung Lee

28 Sep 16 - INTERVIEW: Hoesung Lee was elected chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change just one month before the landmark Paris climate talks of 2015.

Mali boosts Paris numbers

28 Sep 16 - Mali is the latest country to ratify the Paris Agreement – bringing the total number of countries to have ratified to 61, together responsible for 47.79 per cent of global emissions.

27 Sep 16  Are we finally about to get an aviation emissions deal?

26 Sep 16  Polluted rivers become deadly threat to millions

22 Sep 16  Countries rush to ratify Paris Agreement

22 Sep 16  NZ mulls over stand on aviation emissions

21 Sep 16  Native American pipeline resistance is about climate justice

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

16 Sep 16  Renewables establish economic lead

12 Sep 16  Planting flooded paddies raises rice methane threat

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

30 Aug 16  Major nations not far off ratifying Paris pact

30 Aug 16  Americans face rising hurricane bills

25 Aug 16  DE-GROWTH D-DAY: Why we must shrink the economy

19 Aug 16  NZ looks for carbon credit trading friends

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

15 Aug 16  UN gives our Super Fund top marks

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

10 Aug 16  RIGS TO REEFS: Should we leave oil platforms alone?

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

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

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  UN awards us a fail mark for handling of environment

22 Jul 16  Climate change costs are still climbing

18 Jul 16  Can Nauru bounce back from mining boom and bust?

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

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

7 Jul 16  FULL OF BEANS: Pulses should fill the food basket

4 Jul 16  Paris pledges fall short on emissions

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

17 Jun 16  UN says ratify; Government says not yet

16 Jun 16  Record CO2 levels signal sizzling summers

8 Jun 16  NZ takes part in first global fishing treaty

2 Jun 16  Dams could be backup for melted glacier water

1 Jun 16  Indian army marches into climate change battle

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

30 May 16  Nanotechnology can help us to grow more food

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

18 May 16  Climate adaptation gap grows wider

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

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

11 May 16  How your garden could help to stop city flooding

10 May 16  Change to clean energy means massive social change

9 May 16  Nuclear power plant costs roll onwards and upwards

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

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

26 Apr 16  Bennett stays on course for higher carbon price

26 Apr 16  PARIS PACT: What happens now

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

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

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

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

18 Apr 16  Forgetting fossil fuels a turning point in history

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

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

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

11 Apr 16  Here’s a way to make carbon markets work better

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

5 Apr 16  Air NZ emissions move wins global support

4 Apr 16  Auckland campus looks at sustainability

31 Mar 16  Storing carbon could help to meet climate goals

29 Mar 16  Does doing renewable energy demand the undoable?

21 Mar 16  Minister's reminder: Trees are really, really important

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

16 Mar 16  UN goals need climate-change action now

15 Mar 16  Minister goes back to school on sustainability

4 Mar 16  If you think this is hot, think again

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

1 Mar 16  Cold light shines on Paris climate pledges

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

29 Feb 16  Runaway emissions could make Earth uninhabitable

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

22 Feb 16  NZ to promote international markets idea at UN

15 Feb 16  Bill puts the environment in its place

9 Feb 16  Investors tip balance toward renewables

2 Feb 16  Solar club builds up powerful alliance

25 Jan 16  We need fearless leaders, says Clark

25 Jan 16  Carbon capture technology needs urgent help

18 Jan 16  The current economic system is looking pretty tired

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

15 Dec 15  NZ leads charge for world carbon market

15 Dec 15  Treaty emerges from battle of the verbs

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  Climate and international laws trap islanders

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

7 Dec 15  Corporate sustainability won’t solve climate change

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

30 Nov 15  Perfect storm heads for fossil fuel assets

30 Nov 15  UN report counts human cost of changing climate

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

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  Groser: I've given no advice on stranded assets

16 Nov 15  Biggest economies still backing fossil fuels

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

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

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

2 Nov 15  Big Aussies signal quit-carbon commitments

27 Oct 15  Humanity at climate crossroads, warns Stern

27 Oct 15  Big emitters shift burden to poorer nations

27 Oct 15  Quality emissions key to airline offsets

27 Oct 15  Wages set to fall unless warming is tackled

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

12 Oct 15  Worried health workers call for climate action

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

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  A 21st century government must care for nature

28 Sep 15  UN offers Kyoto credits direct to public

28 Sep 15  UN adopts bold new sustainability goals

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

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

21 Sep 15  Backlash fear stopped move on agriculture emissions

21 Sep 15  Let’s take the market out of conservation

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

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  Clean water musn't send climate targets down the gurgler

7 Sep 15  Global tree census highlights need to restore forests

7 Sep 15  What really happened with Kyoto ERUs

7 Sep 15  Top musicians release love song to Earth

31 Aug 15  Emissions are putting species in lethal danger

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  Renewables raise challenge to coal in power league

24 Aug 15  The quest to find sanitation solutions for Africa

17 Aug 15  Climate expert gives Anzacs a fail mark

17 Aug 15  Wind and solar surge sends EU emissions tumbling

17 Aug 15  Extreme weather puts Africa's food security at risk

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

3 Aug 15  Fossil fuel industry still winning the investment war

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

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  Fossil fuel firms fail to report climate risks

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

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  WORLD TODAY: New coal plants most urgent threat to the planet, warns OECD head

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

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

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

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

22 Jun 15  Next time you're in the shower, check what else is in there with you

15 Jun 15  Australia's emissions figures wrong, says report

15 Jun 15  European power is slipping away from King Coal

15 Jun 15  Rich countries’ climate plans leave yawning gap

15 Jun 15  Group aims to improve transport systems

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

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  Why global finance must face up to the climate challenge

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

18 May 15  You must find a way, academics tell farmers

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

18 May 15  No green shoots for sustainability in this Budget

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?

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

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  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

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

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

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

7 Apr 15  Rich nations urged to cut temperature rise targets

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

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  How well prepared are businesses for climate change?

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

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

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

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

2 Feb 15  Carbon pricing the challenge for the future

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

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

27 Jan 15  Energy leaders fret about uncertainties

27 Jan 15  UN stresses need for genetic diversity

27 Jan 15  Africa will be able to feed itself within the next 15 years

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

22 Dec 14  World wood production just grows and grows

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

8 Dec 14  Ocean heat drives surge to global warming record

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

8 Dec 14  Australia should export more ideas and fewer greenhouse emissions

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

1 Dec 14  Climate change health action urgent, say doctors

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  UN warns Pacific islands of extreme weather risks

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

24 Nov 14  How a garden on your roof could fight floods this winter

24 Nov 14  NZUs bubble at $4.30

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

17 Nov 14  G20 climate challenge calls for a rethink of economics

10 Nov 14  Environment another casualty of war, says UN

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

3 Nov 14  Booming cities need sustainable urban planning

3 Nov 14  Salt-poisoning a growing threat to crops

3 Nov 14  Why uncontrolled climate change might limit growth

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

28 Oct 14  Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens green trade deal

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

20 Oct 14  Outlook palls for fossil fuel investment

13 Oct 14  Beehive stays silent on emissions target

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

13 Oct 14  VOILA! A simple new way to put a price on global carbon

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  Shift to low-carbon economy could free up $1.8 trillion

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

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  Do something, big business warns political leaders

29 Sep 14  Cities in the spotlight at Climate Week summit

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  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  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  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  How renewables can lead to prosperity and jobs

16 Sep 14  New York summit could be the turning point

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

8 Sep 14  Island states celebrate $2 billion conference

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  Business gleans ideas at small islands forum

1 Sep 14  Aviation a microcosm of the emissions problem

25 Aug 14  UN expects big things from Samoa conference

25 Aug 14  Study holds out little hope for climate solutions

18 Aug 14  Sydney rubbish going down the tube

11 Aug 14  Our leaders missing as world talks climate tactics

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

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  Pacific leaders call for tougher UN ocean laws

4 Aug 14  NZ ups spending on Pacific new-energy projects

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

1 Aug 14  Inaction will cost billions, warns White House

25 Jul 14  Greening needs workers, says UN labour chief

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

18 Jul 14  Australia 'underarms' our key commercial fish

11 Jul 14  Ambition key to 2015 global climate accord

11 Jul 14  Time is not on our side, warns UN

4 Jul 14  Keen, green Penang shows us how it's done

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

4 Jul 14  Change needed if world is to home nine billion

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  Carbon tax won't fix troubled ETS, says report

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

27 Jun 14  Plastic waste bills our oceans $13 billion a year and growing

27 Jun 14  Island nations set agenda for Samoa conference

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

13 Jun 14  The case for a carbon consumption tax

6 Jun 14  EU emissions lowest on record

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

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

23 May 14  Clark calls for sustainability cooperation

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

9 May 14  Our cities enveloped in dirty air, says report

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

24 Apr 14  Europe pushes renewables into the free market

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

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

11 Apr 14  UN to promote sustainable energy for all

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

28 Mar 14  Not worth it, say international traders

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

28 Mar 14  The air that we breathe is killing one person in eight, says new report

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

21 Mar 14  Water is the key in a hungry world

21 Mar 14  BP urges progress on global carbon price

21 Mar 14  EU climate ambitions clouded by calendar issues

14 Mar 14  Key downgrades New York climate talks

14 Mar 14  Asia-Pacific must boost food supply, says UN

7 Mar 14  EU agrees on draft plan for aviation emissions

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

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

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

21 Feb 14  Angry Maori take carbon case to UN

21 Feb 14  UN presses for action on sustainability crises

14 Feb 14  British farmers keen on Kiwi scientist's no-tillage methods

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

7 Feb 14  Why the big boys are serious about carbon pricing

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  Hang on, isn't carbon-happy China just making stuff for us?

31 Jan 14  Helen Clark warns of ‘humanity divided’

31 Jan 14  Badlands could cost us a ‘Brazil’, says report

24 Jan 14  Change ahead, so business needs to get smart

24 Jan 14  Time to dump high-carbon investments, says UN

20 Dec 13  ETS dysfunctional, says forestry academic

13 Dec 13  Govt releases climate change commitment report

13 Dec 13  We need climate-smart agriculture, says UN

6 Dec 13  China’s path to green economy fraught with challenges

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

22 Nov 13  COP delegates scrap over who will pay the bills

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  New-look Christchurch wins accolades at Warsaw

22 Nov 13  Coal industry must radically diversify, says UN

22 Nov 13  What's going on in world carbon markets

22 Nov 13  Business needs to back deforestation battle

15 Nov 13  2013 shapes up as one of the hottest on record

15 Nov 13  Here we go again ... still talking

15 Nov 13  Why it's important that we do our bit

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

1 Nov 13  Doha decision forced hand on setting 5% emissions target, says Groser

25 Oct 13  UN launches energy hub … with a plea

25 Oct 13  Islands have three-pronged approach to climate change

23 Oct 13  Nonchalant buyers and disinterested sellers

18 Oct 13  UN wants to see greater financial effort

11 Oct 13  Properly handled, waste can be a gold mine

11 Oct 13  WEB WIRE ... news from the world of carbon

11 Oct 13  Water key to sustainable development, says UN

11 Oct 13  No nukes policy in line for world award

11 Oct 13  International update

4 Oct 13  WEB WIRE ... news from the world of carbon

4 Oct 13  Animal emissions can be controlled , says report

13 Sep 13  We waste one-third of world’s food every year

30 Aug 13  Why the Pacific problem will not go away

23 Aug 13  Kyoto rules govern new emissions stand

23 Aug 13  New forum to boost sustainable development

16 Aug 13  NZ commits to 5% climate change target

16 Aug 13  Our Super funds back pollution, says WWF

16 Aug 13  Africa vows tougher stance on e-waste

9 Aug 13  California shuns linking emissions schemes

2 Aug 13  Here’s our electric car … and we’re serious, says BMW

26 Jul 13  Trading seen as answer to South Africa’s energy crisis

26 Jul 13  And now … the chance to say thanks to your toilet

12 Jul 13  Solar plane shows world what's possible, says UN chief

12 Jul 13  New forum will boost sustainable development

28 Jun 13  UN climate chief applauds Obama

21 Jun 13  Yes, we can make steel without coal

21 Jun 13  People come first, say UN leaders

21 Jun 13  Logging puts island on endangered list

14 Jun 13  'Carbon farming' makes waves in Bonn

14 Jun 13  China and US leaders sign chemicals pact

7 Jun 13  Airlines act to prevent emissions talks collapse

7 Jun 13  Car pollution claims misleading, report says

7 Jun 13  UN and big business bring light to Africa

31 May 13  Europe wants emissions plans set early

31 May 13  Countries plug in to sustainable energy

24 May 13  Inaction will mean world without water

17 May 13  World must wake up, says UN

17 May 13  Power sector warns of costly 'lost decade'

10 May 13  Greening of global trade vital, says UN

3 May 13  Top team turning out for enviro talks

3 May 13  Asia’s resource use unsustainable, UN warns

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  Pacific refugees not urgent problem, says PM

19 Apr 13  Private sector looms as key funder of forests

12 Apr 13  We’re losing good land, says report

5 Apr 13  Stern: It could be worse than we thought

22 Mar 13  Makers use bag of tricks to make cars look good

15 Mar 13  Climate the enemy, says top Navy man

15 Mar 13  UN experts eye ways to fight drought

8 Mar 13  Climate challenges in the spotlight

1 Mar 13  Europe gives airlines a break

1 Mar 13  Brazilian beauty stands with Al Gore in energy push

22 Feb 13  Question for PM: UN is serious, are you?

22 Feb 13  UN boosts 30 countries into green economies

22 Feb 13  Solar can save millions for poor countries

22 Feb 13  Can't get NZUs 'for love nor money'

15 Feb 13  NZ carbon in race to the bottom

15 Feb 13  EPA updates trading platform

15 Feb 13  Ban slams leaders who ignore climate change

15 Feb 13  Kenya eyes millions from carbon trade

8 Feb 13  Asia seeks ways to reduce air pollution

1 Feb 13  Our oil sands are fine, insists Canada

1 Feb 13  Green cooking stoves make Helen's headlines

25 Jan 13  UN eyes sustainable development goals

18 Jan 13  Black carbon looms as much bigger problem

18 Jan 13  Countries in trouble over green buildings

18 Jan 13  Dull year behind us, flat year ahead

14 Dec 12  NZ carbon stand wrong, says Kyoto expert

14 Dec 12  What's our market worth?

14 Dec 12  Poor countries the big climate winners

14 Dec 12  UN happy with progress made in Doha

7 Dec 12  NZ faces carbon markets shut-out

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  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  Dodgy Doha poor place for climate talks

23 Nov 12  Gas emissions levels up by 20%, says UN

16 Nov 12  Good on ya, Julia, says UN chief

9 Nov 12  We must ramp up carbon cuts, says report

9 Nov 12  World trading system on way, says expert

9 Nov 12  World of waste ... and it's worsening

9 Nov 12  Billions use Internet ... but far too many can’t

2 Nov 12  EU cans plans to limit ‘hot air’ credits

26 Oct 12  Cheap price to pay, says Labour

26 Oct 12  Korea becomes home of climate fund

19 Oct 12  World Cup cuts South Africa's carbon footprint

12 Oct 12  Voluntary units like gold on messy market

12 Oct 12  Why is our approach so different?

5 Oct 12  Plan B perhaps, but there’s no Planet B …

28 Sep 12  Think carrot ... not stick

28 Sep 12  Super fund drops nuclear investment

28 Sep 12  UN chief urges Pacific leaders to act

28 Sep 12  The case for UN offsets

21 Sep 12  Permit supply hopes firm prices

14 Sep 12  Experts urge action to save carbon market

7 Sep 12  We’re well on the road to Doha, says UN

31 Aug 12  Check aid targets, urges Pacific report

31 Aug 12  Australia to link with EU carbon market

24 Aug 12  Biofuel under fire as food crisis looms

24 Aug 12  UN calls for integrated climate policies

17 Aug 12  AL MORRISON: We've been too smug for too long

17 Aug 12  Missed opportunity to invest in NZ

17 Aug 12  NZUs 'unloved and expensive'

10 Aug 12  Europe slams US for backing off

10 Aug 12  Right food vital, say UN experts

10 Aug 12  Festival wins inspiration award

3 Aug 12  London wins praise for green Olympics

3 Aug 12  A good word to use is languish ...

27 Jul 12  Don’t turn back on Tuvalu, pleads UN

20 Jul 12  China on the ball, says UN chief

13 Jul 12  Groser talks green in Germany

13 Jul 12  Fisheries report gives NZ a nod

6 Jul 12  UN reminds business of green economy role

29 Jun 12  Dick Smith wants to power up our business leaders

29 Jun 12  Rio pledges pass $500 billion mark

29 Jun 12  Right, says Ban, now get on with it

29 Jun 12  Rio shows how to have a conference with little paper

29 Jun 12  Australia takes aim at shipping

29 Jun 12  Don't trade in the Holden on a push bike

29 Jun 12  Rio reception pleases NZ tech company

22 Jun 12  Minister claims oceans victory at Rio

22 Jun 12  UN sews sustainability ‘golden thread’

22 Jun 12  Banks vow to invest $175b in transport

22 Jun 12  Experts show cities can be sustainable

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  Travel leaders call for sustainability

8 Jun 12  Now’s the time to change our thinking

8 Jun 12  Arbitrage back on the table

25 May 12  Scientist champions seagrass carbon sinks

25 May 12  UN chiefs demand progress in Rio

18 May 12  EU airline cash could go to climate fund

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

11 May 12  Get moving, Ban tells Rio nations

11 May 12  Island nations commit to new fuels

4 May 12  Foresters should have their say on new rules

27 Apr 12  Govt stands back from new-world calls

27 Apr 12  Islands face big fresh water problems

27 Apr 12  Talks urge film-makers to spread the word

20 Apr 12  Science key to our future, says UN

13 Apr 12  Labour backs calls for a new world

13 Apr 12  We can't go on like this, says think tank

13 Apr 12  UN in pre-Rio call for business action

5 Apr 12  Why high-tech is vital in carbon economy

30 Mar 12  Worried scientists push for global action

30 Mar 12  Sustainability students in demand

30 Mar 12  Grassroots groups win UN prizes

16 Mar 12  World needs water plan, says report

16 Mar 12  New pact aims to control e-waste

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

24 Feb 12  Green economy Kiwi can win a ribbon

24 Feb 12  Countries group to fight airlines action

24 Feb 12  Farmers tackle climate change challenge

24 Feb 12  Europe's airline rules stir controversy

17 Feb 12  Business must do sustainability, says UN

10 Feb 12  Talks connect to connection technologies

10 Feb 12  Former PM lines up business awards

3 Feb 12  Blueprint demands action on sustainability

27 Jan 12  Experts eye green economy in a blue world

27 Jan 12  Talks begin on agenda for Rio

20 Jan 12  Startling report warns of lives cut short

20 Jan 12  Energy efficiency vital, says UN report

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

9 Dec 11  Business must take over, says green leader

9 Dec 11  Italian firm joins UN in helping poor

2 Dec 11  Black carbon moves could save millions

25 Nov 11  UN pleads for ‘global conversation’

25 Nov 11  Durban ... good COP or bad COP?

18 Nov 11  Business getting serious about green investment

18 Nov 11  New rules cut ship emissions, says report

18 Nov 11  Australia joins drive to change food system

11 Nov 11  UN expects firm decisions in Durban

4 Nov 11  Row brews over industrial gases

4 Nov 11  Environment needs urgent action, says report

4 Nov 11  Ban names high-level team to push energy

28 Oct 11  Dodgy ... that's Auckland City investment

21 Oct 11  Offshore mining ... what do you think?

21 Oct 11  Investment giants call for urgent climate action

21 Oct 11  Young people put ideas for green economy

21 Oct 11  Why we need to ban industrial CERs soon

14 Oct 11  Islands need help to beat droughts

14 Oct 11  Green industries essential, says UN

14 Oct 11  Philips wins lighting award

7 Oct 11  Homeless could reach 200 million, says UN

7 Oct 11  Agency to aid world of seven billion

30 Sep 11  How ecotourism can help save forests

30 Sep 11  UN to probe green impact of infotech

23 Sep 11  Cheap, clean energy critical, says UN

23 Sep 11  Why Asia-Pacific needs green revolution

16 Sep 11  ETS review: Where are emissions reductions?

16 Sep 11  Forests failure will cost plenty, says UN

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  Hotel green scheme makes business sense

26 Aug 11  UN wants clean energy revolution

26 Aug 11  How investing in ecosystems pays off

19 Aug 11  Ban puts sustainable development at No 1

12 Aug 11  UN exhorts academia to find solutions

5 Aug 11  Ships face new fuel rules in Antarctic

5 Aug 11  Tool measures emissions from buildings

29 Jul 11  Countdown begins to sustainable Olympics

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

15 Jul 11  Govt under fire over southern lignite

15 Jul 11  Scientists pinpoint vital role of forests

15 Jul 11  Renewable energy making its mark on the world

15 Jul 11  UN to rule on Honduras CDM case

8 Jul 11  Sorry, say experts, it's no longer business as usual

8 Jul 11  Africa ready for carbon deals, says UN

8 Jul 11  UN panel wants halt to CDM coal projects

1 Jul 11  Disasters drain Asia-Pacific economies

24 Jun 11  NZ spearheads agri-emissions research

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  Try incentives for farmers, says broker

17 Jun 11  WWF calls for countries to act on carbon

17 Jun 11  Why food and jobs will go as water dries up

17 Jun 11  Get rid of soot and smog, urges report

10 Jun 11  Huge benefits in forest spending, says UN

10 Jun 11  Act now on Cancun pact, urges climate chief

3 Jun 11  FORUM: Britain can't do it alone

3 Jun 11  Progress on Kyoto forestry rules, says industry

3 Jun 11  Carbon emissions reach record high

3 Jun 11  Go natural, UN tells fashion designers

3 Jun 11  Legal eagles look at help for island nations

27 May 11  Metal recycling ‘discouragingly low,’ says UN

27 May 11  … and mountains of e-waste grow world-wide

27 May 11  Watchdog slams new gas calculation rules

27 May 11  No danger of Australia leading the world

20 May 11  Government eyes fewer NZU allocations

20 May 11  Why world economies must go green

20 May 11  UN hands out six green star awards

13 May 11  Renewable energy can do the job, say experts

13 May 11  They are the Champions … of the Earth

6 May 11  FORUM: It's time to shut up and pay up

6 May 11  UN aims for world ban on pesticide

29 Apr 11  Clark urges businesses to go low carbon

21 Apr 11  NZ drags chain in drive for green growth

21 Apr 11  We can cut carbon ... so why fudge the figures?

21 Apr 11  Carbon pollution climbs in Australia

21 Apr 11  Climate-fight billions can be raised, says EU

15 Apr 11  UN spotlight goes on rainforest threats

15 Apr 11  Design a green app and win $10,000

8 Apr 11  Green Africa envy of the world, says UN

11 Mar 11  World gets another chance at Rio 2012

4 Mar 11  No-fly Bill catches a slow boat

4 Mar 11  Climate chief urges action on Cancún accords

4 Mar 11  We could be driving on waste toner

18 Feb 11  UN chief calls for a global revolution

28 Jan 11  Sustainability pioneer runs for Kiwi-of-the-year award

28 Jan 11  Dramatic emissions cuts possible, says UN

21 Jan 11  PHEW! 2010 warmest year on record, says UN

21 Jan 11  Gap between NZUs and CERs widens

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: Climate agreements at a glance

17 Dec 10  Millions of lives at risk, says shock report

10 Dec 10  New hub lists shipping pollution info

10 Dec 10  Ship operators eye return to the days of sail

10 Dec 10  UN chief pleads for action at Cancun talks

3 Dec 10  Act now or face more droughts, warn Greens

3 Dec 10  Island states want climate insurance fund

3 Dec 10  It all comes down to income, says report

3 Dec 10  Can we have a word, say kids at Cancun

3 Dec 10  Climate change talks must deliver - Oxfam

26 Nov 10  Pledges not enough to avoid global damage

26 Nov 10  EU plans to clamp down on fridge gas scam

19 Nov 10  Canadian Tories kill climate change bill

19 Nov 10  India aims to slash transport emissions

12 Nov 10  Come Cancun, India and China might toe the line

12 Nov 10  Pacific nations sign climate declaration

5 Nov 10  Forget deal at Cancun, says climate envoy

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  UN okays pioneering Russian carbon project

19 Oct 10  Forest owners get positive ETS message from Government

15 Oct 10  China shows the way in wind energy boom

15 Oct 10  Europe claims victory for aviation role in ETS

8 Oct 10  UN to list ‘30 Ways in 30 Days’ to combat change

8 Oct 10  Oxfam criticises Global Climate Fund

1 Oct 10  This emissions business is hard, says China

1 Oct 10  Ecuador oil deal shows how it can be done, says UN

1 Oct 10  Pacific states plead for action at Cancun talks

24 Sep 10  Taiwan moves toward carbon offset scheme

24 Sep 10  Rugby star kicks off Global Climate Working Bee

17 Sep 10  UN urges airlines to slash carbon emissions

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

20 Aug 10  Floods might have set new benchmark

13 Aug 10  Ecuador touts world's first really green oil deal

13 Aug 10  Huge Greenland iceberg sparks sea-level scare

6 Aug 10  Copenhagen loopholes ‘make farce' of rich pledges

6 Aug 10  Countries must step up action, says climate chief

6 Aug 10  UN: Pacific needs help to cope with climate change

23 Jul 10  UN has Kyoto 'plan B' option if climate talks fail

23 Jul 10  China to begin domestic carbon trading

16 Jul 10  UN to channel billions into coal-fired power plants

16 Jul 10  Pacific Islands call on rich countries to pay up

16 Jul 10  Kenya pushes for first ETS in Africa

9 Jul 10  China talks to pave way for Mexico summit

2 Jul 10  Bank puts its money where its lightbulbs are

2 Jul 10  UN gives bad Bulgaria the Kyoto boot

25 Jun 10  De Boer departs … delighted, determined

18 Jun 10  Surprise! Bonn talks make some progress

18 Jun 10  NZUs continue to be well bid

11 Jun 10  Nations work hard on trust at Bonn talks

11 Jun 10  New trading platform promises to shake up voluntary carbon market

4 Jun 10  MAF issues several new ETS guides for forestry and agriculture

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  China to start carbon market by 2014

28 May 10  Indonesia agrees to curb commercial deforestation

28 May 10  Time to pay up, UN tells rich nations

21 May 10  Costa Rican to head UN climate body

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  No climate deal this year, says UN climate chief

7 May 10  India talks tough in runup to Mexico

7 May 10  US whizkid sells Chicago Climate Exchange

7 May 10  Scientists hit the skies to measure gas emissions

7 May 10  Scientists pick peers to review UN panel

30 Apr 10  UN pushes clean energy access to fight poverty

9 Apr 10  EU carbon auctions to limit pain for exchanges

1 Apr 10  Climate change faces the trillion-dollar question

1 Apr 10  Repentant Pachauri slips into neutral

1 Apr 10  Russians rally to save world’s oldest lake

26 Mar 10  It’s getting hot in here, weather figures show

26 Mar 10  Don't blame cows for climate change, says scientist

26 Mar 10  UN launches global gas emissions calculator

19 Mar 10  Europe shambles could boost value of NZ credits

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

19 Mar 10  World watches for a green world cup in South Afica

12 Mar 10  Report lists 10 ‘fat cats’ getting rich from carbon

12 Mar 10  IPCC review scientists won't revisit landmark report

5 Mar 10  Uncertainty dries up Aussie carbon market

5 Mar 10  Green tech now must fight off the fakes

5 Mar 10  New body to watch UN climate change panel

5 Mar 10  Australia, Indonesia sign forest carbon agreement

26 Feb 10  Climate problem urgent, says Chinese leader

26 Feb 10  Weather experts agree to collect better climate data

26 Feb 10  UN climate talks to resume in April

19 Feb 10  UN must probe ‘bias’, says former climate chief

19 Feb 10  UN climate chief stepping down to go private

12 Feb 10  Pachauri toughs it out as pressure grows

12 Feb 10  Does the IPCC need fixing?

5 Feb 10  Country on alert as scammers steal carbon units

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  Copenhagen - a letter from Gordon Brown

29 Jan 10  Australia presses on with 5% reduction target

29 Jan 10  Nations must not delay, says UN climate chief

22 Jan 10  Cool heads prevail over Copenhagen, says De Boer

22 Jan 10  IPCC says sorry over glacier melting conclusion

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  If diplomacy fails, there is always the fantastic Plan B

18 Dec 09  IPCC winnings go to climate science scholars

11 Dec 09  Copenhagen split as island states make stand

11 Dec 09  Leaked ‘Danish text’ pushes power for the rich

11 Dec 09  UN view: The talks are going well

11 Dec 09  The editorial that gave world the message …

11 Dec 09  Carbon fraudsters rake in billions, say police

11 Dec 09  Organic farming key to cutting emissions

4 Dec 09  We can do a deal by June, says UN climate chief

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  UN suspends approval of China wind farms

4 Dec 09  World news agencies join forces for Copenhagen

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  Hacker scandal sends ripples through science community

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  Fight climate change with free condoms, says UN

20 Nov 09  Time for a cup of tea, says veteran Nat

16 Nov 09  Aussie agriculture backflip could be first of many

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  Vulnerable nations call on big countries to act

13 Nov 09  FORUM: Britain stands shoulder to shoulder with Maldives on climate change

6 Nov 09  It’s official: US goes cool on Copenhagen

30 Oct 09  Ban lays out criteria for success in Copenhagen

30 Oct 09  All aboard the climate train to Copenhagen ...

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

16 Oct 09  Bangkok flop leaves little hope for Copenhagen

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  Ban urges adoption of green technologies

16 Oct 09  Sack Nick Smith from climate portfolio, says Dunleavy

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  Humans undermine nature’s help in climate war

9 Oct 09  Maldives ministers take a dive for climate change

2 Oct 09  US Senate bill toughens emissions target

2 Oct 09  China eyes emission trading as part of economic plan

2 Oct 09  Science drills deep to unlock polar climate secrets

23 Sep 09  Emissions plan good news for NZ shipping companies

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  Contraceptives cut climate change impact, says Lancet

18 Sep 09  World is listening to us, says Groser

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  India, China could join the big league of traders

11 Sep 09  Japan target could change the carbon game

11 Sep 09  Copenhagen talks in danger, warns Miliband

11 Sep 09  Climate goal needs dramatic rise in renewables

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  UN chief calls for action from polar ice rim

4 Sep 09  People won't change lifestyle for planet, says poll

4 Sep 09  Global warming legislation 'would fail a proper regulatory impact assessment'

28 Aug 09  China gets serious with climate change resolution

28 Aug 09  World airlines stung by European CO2 limits

28 Aug 09  Climate experts to brief young ambassadors

21 Aug 09  Scientists and intellectuals key, says UN chief

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

10 Aug 09  GREENPEACE: Target will not go down well with world

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  Forum calls for 80% cut by 2020, not 2050

7 Aug 09  ANZAC approach needed to tackle climate change, says business group

31 Jul 09  UN chief to visit Arctic ice rim to see for himself

31 Jul 09  Forum: Cool heads still needed on global warming

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  Tiny Tuvalu: If we can do it, so can you

14 Jul 09  Indonesia issues first forest-carbon revenue rules

14 Jul 09  Greenpeace calls for pressure on rich nations

10 Jul 09  UN accuses G8 of doing too little

7 Jul 09  Obama to seek climate deal in Moscow

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

30 Jun 09  Bill positive, says China, but more action needed

30 Jun 09  Aussie Liberals go soft on climate bill stance

26 Jun 09  Ban calls leaders to ‘unprecedented’ climate summit

26 Jun 09  Myths … and the making of a climate bill

26 Jun 09  Welcome to Hopenhagen …

23 Jun 09  Kiwi climate system takes Manhatten

23 Jun 09  Groser seeks progress on climate agreement

23 Jun 09  Australian opposition stalls vote on emissions laws

23 Jun 09  Climate lobby wants longer ETS review

19 Jun 09  Big emitters deny overstating carbon scheme cost

19 Jun 09  Asia set to become biggest climate change driver

19 Jun 09  UN launches high-level climate and energy group

16 Jun 09  US forests stand crucial for NZ growers

16 Jun 09  Global climate agreement in sight, says UN

12 Jun 09  Japan under fire for 8% emissions cut target

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

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  Nature best at handling climate change, says UN

9 Jun 09  Get smart on climate change, urges UN chief

5 Jun 09  $155 billion spent on clean energy, says UN

5 Jun 09  High-earning green sector workers feel safe in jobs

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

5 Jun 09  Cleaning company calls for better practices on World Environment Day

2 Jun 09  Dumped computers major headache, says lobby group

2 Jun 09  Govt delays setting emissions target again, says Greenpeace

2 Jun 09  Climate change crisis 'catastrophic', says new report

2 Jun 09  US says rich nations likely to miss carbon targets

2 Jun 09  African ministers reach climate change accord

29 May 09  Climate change outburst embarrasses Act

29 May 09  $470 million NZ Units spend in the next year

29 May 09  Business leaders urge ambitious climate action

29 May 09  EU stands alone as world ponders carbon schemes

29 May 09  Forum: Cooler weather heats up debate

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  Business could push governments over the line on climate change

26 May 09  Personalities sign on for climate change campaign

26 May 09  Minister goes off half-cock, says lobby group

22 May 09  US-China climate change deal near, says report

22 May 09  European investors call for carbon trading revamp

22 May 09  UN posts Copenhagen talks text online

19 May 09  UN chief urges action on risk of natural disasters

15 May 09  Climate change dire health threat, say doctors

12 May 09  Japanese ask world: What should we do?

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  Maldives joins NZ in climate neutral pact

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

1 May 09  Australian powerco in landmark carbon deal

1 May 09  We must burn less diesel and wood, says Gore

1 May 09  Traders call for land-use offsets in climate deal

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  Native peoples’ conference ends in dispute

24 Apr 09  Obama launches push for green revolution

24 Apr 09  It’s life or death, say indigenous peoples

24 Apr 09  UN to assess war damage to Gaza environment

24 Apr 09  Careful forest management crucial, says UN

24 Apr 09  Key's 'road' for economic recovery should look more like a light-rail line, say Greens

21 Apr 09  UN calls on governments to invest in Green Deal

21 Apr 09  Antarctic Treaty governments slow to act

21 Apr 09  Task force forms to create new green economy

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  Waikato Univeristy to host free climate change lecture

14 Apr 09  Uncertainty keeps NZUs volatile, says trader

14 Apr 09  Slow progress made at Bonn climate talks

14 Apr 09  A $6 solar cooker to save the world

9 Apr 09  Rainbow Warrior chief here to talk wind power

9 Apr 09  NZ shamed at Bonn talks, says Greenpeace

7 Apr 09  UN calls for inclusion of farming in climate talks

7 Apr 09  Forest campaigners reject Charles’ rescue plan

7 Apr 09  Europe, US vow to cooperate in fighting climate change

7 Apr 09  Happiness is not a Hummer

7 Apr 09  NZ 'rearranges deckchairs' while ice shelf melts

3 Apr 09  Airlines fear failure of global climate talks

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

27 Mar 09  Insurers work through climate disasters liability

27 Mar 09  Wong off to talk climate change in US

27 Mar 09  Experts seek ways to make tourism eco-friendly

27 Mar 09  Japan close to sealing Czech carbon deal

27 Mar 09  Worldwide darkness planned for Earth Hour

27 Mar 09  Greenpeace increases call for emission cuts

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  Five leading New Zealand minds for Eco-Minds

17 Mar 09  Escape to New Zealand, Americans told

17 Mar 09  Scientists slam ‘weak, ineffective’ governments

17 Mar 09  Gore optimistic for climate deal in December

13 Mar 09  Govt setting bad example, says UN award winner

13 Mar 09  US senators attack Obama’s cap-and-trade proposal

13 Mar 09  Sea level could rise twice as fast, warn scientists

13 Mar 09  Angry EU farmers oppose livestock-gas tax

10 Mar 09  Bad news on way as scientists give climate update

6 Mar 09  British PM urges US to lead on climate change

6 Mar 09  UN drives roadmap for halving car emissions

6 Mar 09  New report slams state of world’s fisheries

6 Mar 09  Superfund continues to invest in nuclear weapons, say Greens

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

24 Feb 09  Stern warns of ‘extended world war' over climate

24 Feb 09  UN: Heat waves and extreme drought will increase with climate change

20 Feb 09  UN urges green revolution to rescue the world’s hungry

20 Feb 09  Beijing Olympics raises bar on green sporting events

17 Feb 09  Global warming worse than we thought, say scientists

17 Feb 09  Clinton tries to build climate change pact with China

13 Feb 09  UN chief lines up Obama for debut appearance

13 Feb 09  Explorer Graphics works help MFE map soil carbon

10 Feb 09  Millions in Asia face growing water stress, UN warns

3 Feb 09  Carbon trading may be new sub-prime, says energy boss

30 Jan 09  Big UK polluters abusing EU carbon trading scheme

30 Jan 09  Asian cities team up to prepare for climate change

27 Jan 09  Clinton names key US climate change envoy

27 Jan 09  Japan satellite to measure carbon gases from space

27 Jan 09  New Zealand should join the new International Renewable Energy Agency

23 Jan 09  Obama vows to pioneer renewable energy revolution

23 Jan 09  ‘Optimistic’ UN chief greets new US president

23 Jan 09  UN hails green stimulus plans by Japan and Korea

23 Jan 09  Scientists find out how fish poo fights climate change

16 Jan 09  World carbon market could be worth $150 billion this year

16 Jan 09  UN carbon trading scheme suspends reluctant Russia

19 Dec 08  EU slashes emission caps on utilities, factories

19 Dec 08  2008 among 10 warmest years on record, UN experts say

19 Dec 08  Waitakere joins international climate change network

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  We're losing coral reefs at an alarming rate, says report

12 Dec 08  Critics slam NZ attitude at Poznan climate talks

12 Dec 08  UN chief calls for ‘Green New Deal’ at climate talks

12 Dec 08  Poznan pressure groups blast Australia

12 Dec 08  No country doing the job, say climate change watchdogs

12 Dec 08  Climate experts begin to doubt renewables, says survey

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

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  Food disaster looms in Pacific, says UN report

2 Dec 08  Foresters fear trading advice is a waste of time

2 Dec 08  10,000 turn up for crucial climate talks in Poland

2 Dec 08  Germany cuts gas emissions to below Kyoto marks

2 Dec 08  Hot air: Poznan talks will create 13,000 tonnes of carbon

28 Nov 08  Govt mum on position for Poznan

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

25 Nov 08  Key joins APEC leaders in call to fight climate change

25 Nov 08  Governors sign pact to work with Obama – and each other

25 Nov 08  New UN guide seeks to reduce computer waste

25 Nov 08  GLOBE Americas Legislators' Forum on Climate Change

21 Nov 08  Europe's $14 billion clean-coal plan running out of backers

21 Nov 08  NZ - friend or foe of US?

18 Nov 08  China outlines plans for domestic carbon trading

18 Nov 08  Beware the brown peril – the abc of ABCs

18 Nov 08  Greenpeace questions ‘missing’ portfolio

14 Nov 08  Ban calls on economic summit to tackle global warming

14 Nov 08  UN sees need for global body to tackle biodiversity

11 Nov 08  ANALYSIS: Clark could follow in Blair's footsteps

11 Nov 08  US must take leading role in climate change, says UN official

7 Nov 08  Obama 2: Climate plan must have priority, says Pachauri

4 Nov 08  EXCLUSIVE: Forest owners make Kyoto advance

4 Nov 08  Rudd government to go easy on emissions trading scheme

4 Nov 08  UN expert calls for world action to halt desertification

31 Oct 08  World business leaders back UN climate change deal

31 Oct 08  China issues post-Kyoto plans on climate change

28 Oct 08  Look to your triple bottom line, say fund-keepers

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  Japan set to introduce voluntary carbon market

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

24 Oct 08  Our poisoned world - the top 10 worst pollution problems

21 Oct 08  EU’s climate actions could be economic boon, says Ban

21 Oct 08  We’re facing climate change havoc, warns new report

17 Oct 08  Finally, EU-Kyoto carbon trading link up and running

17 Oct 08  Greece again fails to meet emissions test standards

14 Oct 08  Markets turmoil could usher in new green era, says UN

14 Oct 08  Don’t blame cities for climate change troubles, says report

14 Oct 08  Top economist supports chamber's views on carbon taxes

10 Oct 08  EU nods to credit crisis but remains tough on emissions

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

7 Oct 08  Hong Kong, Singapore fight for carbon trading crown

7 Oct 08  World Bank makes huge jump in funding of renewable energy projects

3 Oct 08  Eastern Europe collects windfall as Japan snaps up carbon credits

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  ‘Obsolete’ market system to blame for deforestation, PNG tells UN

26 Sep 08  Ban urges faster efforts to expand access to safe drinking water

26 Sep 08  Is the end of higher fert prices on the horizon?

23 Sep 08  Copenhagen most important meeting since WWII, says Stern

23 Sep 08  Leading ad agencies join UN in climate change campaign

16 Sep 08  NZ key player at Patagonia climate change talks

12 Sep 08  Greenhouse gas emissions: What others are doing

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  Rudd’s carbon scheme leaves early movers exposed

9 Sep 08  Researchers pinpoint world's climate change 'hotspots'

9 Sep 08  Carbon forum helps Africa profit from greenhouse gas offset scheme

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

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  Maori Party against ETS bill: concern over subsidies, impacts on Maori land owners

1 Sep 08  Light trading through holidays

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

26 Aug 08  Deforestation question splits delegates at Ghana conference

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

22 Aug 08  UN to set up climate-change centre for Pacific countries

22 Aug 08  India accuses UN of bias as climate change talks resume

22 Aug 08  World Bank names countries eligible for forest rewards

15 Aug 08  ETS equals economic upheaval, say heavy emitters

15 Aug 08  UN-backed group takes steps to establish new biofuel standard

15 Aug 08  UN chief urges young people to take active role in climate change fight

12 Aug 08  New $27 million project will protect the birds and the bees

8 Aug 08  NZ carbon register tests world-wide connections

8 Aug 08  New UN report suggests how to boost cities’ resiliency to climate change

1 Aug 08  OPINION: Tackling climate change: who should pay?

1 Aug 08  South Africa vows to shift energy policy from coal to nuclear

1 Aug 08  Former UN man joins IDEAcarbon

25 Jul 08  Minister stays mum on support for Biofuels bill

25 Jul 08  Hungary joins us in international carbon trading scheme

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  Global action needed for food and energy crises - UN Assembly head

18 Jul 08  UN embarks on worldwide survey to assess deforestation

15 Jul 08  World won't buy ETS dream, top economist tells Aussies

11 Jul 08  Frustrated scientists hammer home the climate change message

11 Jul 08  G8 good start but fast action needed to tackle global crises, says UN chief

11 Jul 08  UN opens first zero-emission community centre in outback Kenya

11 Jul 08  UN agency says G8 leaders 'missed opportunity'

8 Jul 08  Japan summit to test G8 leaders on climate change, world economy and security

4 Jul 08  China 1: Asian giant must do its bit to solve world problems, says UN chief

4 Jul 08  China 2: First try at emissions trading exchange falls over

4 Jul 08  China 3: Foreign governments help to map plans for climate change

4 Jul 08  India unveils eight-part action plan on climate change

1 Jul 08  UN chief uses Kyoto to call for new climate change agreement by end of 2009

27 Jun 08  Tokyo bourse carbon-permit trade hinges on Japan plan

27 Jun 08  Airlines should pay tax on emissions, Branson says

24 Jun 08  Business bosses deliver climate change plan to G8 leaders

24 Jun 08  Poll shock: Most Britons doubt cause of climate change

20 Jun 08  Climate change fuelling conflict, increased refugees, says UN

17 Jun 08  Ships' captains to get the order: Slow ahead and save emission

17 Jun 08  Latest UN climate change talks end with calls for speedier negotiations

13 Jun 08  Fewer trees unless govt changes policies

10 Jun 08  FORUM: Despite global warming gloom, every cloud has a green lining

6 Jun 08  BBC broadcasts investiation claiming billions wasted in CDM schemes

6 Jun 08  EU Parliament looks at rules for carbon capture and storage

6 Jun 08  Food prices will remain high over next decade, UN report says

5 Jun 08  Progress on new climate change deal "extremely disconcerting" says UN leader

5 Jun 08  Technically hilarious, but Arnie delivers the big bucks benefits message on climate change

5 Jun 08  Bonn post-Kyoto treaty talks get underway

5 Jun 08  BT pledges 80% emissions cut

5 Jun 08  Heavy emitters group worries over carbon price

4 Jun 08  Climate Change Governator due in town

4 Jun 08  Anderton weighs into Greens again: Are they Arthur or Martha on dairy prices?

4 Jun 08  Together we can change the world, says UN envrionmental head

3 Jun 08  Key reveals thoughts on "bastardised" ETS scheme to student blogger

3 Jun 08  Transport sector advised to help shape next world emissions deal

30 May 08  FORUM: Climate change sceptics call Government scientists "propagandists"

29 May 08  Stern's global climate change deal proposal

28 May 08  EU Parliament committee votes overnight for tougher aviation ETS regime

28 May 08  Parker's full speech on climate change effects and impacts assessment

28 May 08  Say goodbye to half a million plastic supermarket bags in one month?

28 May 08  Statesmen and stars feature at EU clean energy awards gala

26 May 08  "Aspirational goal" G8 ministers told climate change not waiting for any of us

23 May 08  Greens get warm, energy-efficient houses in Budget win

23 May 08  Food crisis, climate change and influenza main health threats says UN

22 May 08  UN world climate change leaders to address business people at Auckland

22 May 08  Behind Latin America's Food Crisis

21 May 08  Mallard cites sustainability in potential $200m fashion market.

21 May 08  Now its "go vege" and save the planet?

20 May 08  ETS delay will cost taxpayers money, says trader

20 May 08  Brazilian companies announce global warming game plan

20 May 08  Who pays for climate change?

19 May 08  Kyoto carbon trade hits one million tonnes a day

19 May 08  Trading in the dark is no place for the nervous

19 May 08  Research links fertiliser to huge increase in nitrogen emissions

16 May 08  ETS will trim Kyoto bill $909 million, pushes Key further out on policy tightrope

16 May 08  The Global carbon trading market takes flight

16 May 08  UN spreads the word: Drink more tea and save the world

15 May 08  Two billion trees planted to fight climate change

15 May 08  Water and sanitation key to development goals, UN official says

13 May 08  NZ MARKET REPORT: Emission prices rise again on back of oil, gas

13 May 08  Shock shipping news puts New Zealand on the spot

12 May 08  NZ emitters urged to hedge rising carbon price and falling NZ dollar

12 May 08  Big players flood Europe's cap-and-trade-emissions market

9 May 08  Petrify, liquefy: New ways to bury greenhouse gas

8 May 08  Canada faces suspension by Kyoto watchdog

8 May 08  EPA experts cast doubts on greenhouse gas emissions trading

8 May 08  UN experts: Global food crisis could have been avoided

8 May 08  EC fires warning shot to Greece about poor greenhouse gas monitoring

7 May 08  Indigenous groups blast UN over carbon trading

7 May 08  Asia's disappearing rainforests ‘an appalling crisis’

6 May 08  UN confident world can reach climate change pact in time

5 May 08  Joint warming statement likely at Fukuda-Hu meeting

5 May 08  US airlines face $9 billion carbon bill by 2020

5 May 08  Asia tourism, airlines 'complacent' on climate change

5 May 08  Humans get 10 more years to save the Earth

2 May 08  NZ MARKET: Broker OMF recommends emitters sell put options

2 May 08  Tokyo carbon market raises prospect of round-the-clock trading

2 May 08  Russia’s no adds to UN climate treaty troubles

1 May 08  UN 1: Ban Ki-moon to lead task force to tackle global food crisis

1 May 08  UN 2: Surging food prices not just threat, but also opportunity, says official

30 Apr 08  UN blames US and Europe for soaring food prices

30 Apr 08  UN chief raps Asia-Pacific for dragging the chain

30 Apr 08  The uplifting story of the discarded juice packet

29 Apr 08  $200 million boost for poor farmers to help face food crisis

29 Apr 08  Tackling drought crucial in finding food crisis solution - UN

28 Apr 08  NZ companies join UN emissions project

24 Apr 08  ACT leader dismisses ETS legislation as ‘a rort’

24 Apr 08  NZ expert questions US praise of feedlot cattle

24 Apr 08  UN watchdog bans ‘shamed’ Greeks from carbon trading

24 Apr 08  Blame it all on climate change, says Annan

24 Apr 08  UN honours climate change ‘trailblazer’ Clark

23 Apr 08  Polluter California to advise polluted Olympic city

21 Apr 08  Energy’s emissions nearly match agriculture’s

21 Apr 08  NZ emissions up .5 million tonnes in 2006

21 Apr 08  US emissions down 1% year-on year, rising lower than economic growth over 16 years

21 Apr 08  THE FOOD CRISIS: Long term challenges says Rice

18 Apr 08  Bush whacked over climate change goals statement

17 Apr 08  Nelson voluntary offset trader launching in Australia, UK

14 Apr 08  "Philips" technique to be repeated in encouraging low-emission cars?

14 Apr 08  Major new Indian NCDEX exchange enjoys enthusiastic first day trading

11 Apr 08  Urgent action sought on world food price shock

10 Apr 08  So just how does a country go 'carbon neutral'?

10 Apr 08  WHO's stern warning on climate change impacts: 'hundreds of millions' to die

9 Apr 08  New Zealand may attract premium on carbon deals

8 Apr 08  UN: Global warming continues, regardless of La Niña weather pattern

7 Apr 08  NCDEX –launching developing world's first CER trading platform

2 Apr 08  Bangkok talks warned little time remains for climate change solution

1 Apr 08  Latest Round Of UN Climate Talks to push Bali Roadmap to next stage

20 Mar 08  Trillion-dollar carbon market targeted

18 Mar 08  World's glaciers melting at record rate - UN

16 Mar 08  Blair back on big nation campaign for bold global deal

12 Mar 08  Climate Change natural - unstoppable

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