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Friday - SPOT NZUs opened at $63.50 bid and $64.50 offered on CommTrade this morning, after last fixing at $64.00.
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Carbon News national

Battle lines being drawn over role of pine in climate change mitigation

Friday - The Environmental Defence Society has called for an “urgent reset” of the Emissions Trading Scheme to avoid large swathes of the countryside being covered in pine plantations

What are the biophysical limits to growth?

Friday - Steve Keen, one of the world's leading heterodox economists, is among a high-powered panel of multi-disciplinary experts debating the biophysical limits of growth next Monday.


Friday - A list of talks, events and conferences relating to climate change in the coming weeks.


Friday - Ten years ago, the ACT Party was calling for the scrapping of the ETS.

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Climate change not slowed by the COVID pandemic: UN

Friday - The pace of climate change has not been slowed by the global COVID-19 pandemic and the world remains behind in its battle to cut carbon emissions, according to the United Nations.

Climate experts fear Aukus will dash hopes of China emissions deal

Friday - The timing of the new defence deal between the US, UK and Australia has dismayed climate experts, who fear it could have a negative effect on hopes of a deal with China on greenhouse gas emissions...

This year's giant Antarctic ozone hole probably due to climate change

Friday - A giant ozone hole has opened up over Antarctica this year. Already larger than the entire ice-covered continent, the ozone hole has surpassed the size of 75% of ozone holes measured since 1979 and...

World’s first carbon-neutral fuel plant breaks ground in Chile

Friday - Work has started on a pioneering wind farm on the Magellan Straits in southern Chile that will produce green hydrogen and help Porsche produce e-fuels, with Chilean energy minister Juan Carlos...

'Climate stars' among the world’s most ‘influential’ people

Phyllis Omido, a Kenyan environmental activist and Goldman Environmental Prize Winner.

Friday - Climate change was a big theme in Time Magazine’s 2021 list of “Most Influential People,” with a handful of climate scientists and environmental advocates making the list along with celebrities like...

Not a single G20 country is in line with the Paris Agreement on climate

Thursday - None of the world's major economies -- including the entire G20 -- have a climate plan that meets their obligations under the 2015 Paris Agreement, according to an analysis published Wednesday,...

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Refinery closure will increase barrier to low emissions transport

Friday - Media Release - The announcement that the Marsden refinery is to be closed will...

Lack of action on climate stressing out young people

Friday - Media Release - Parents for Climate Aotearoa (P4CA) with a weary heart welcome...

Wetlands imperiled as Govt caves to industry: Forest & Bird

Thursday - Media Release - Forest & Bird is calling out the Government for backtracking on...

Investors want climate change information

Tuesday - Media Release - More than four in every five (81%) retail investors think...

Organic Week @ Home

Monday - Media Release - COVID-19 may have stopped our planned in-person events, but...

National won't attend COP26

10 Sep 21 - Media Release - Covid-19 has meant that New Zealanders have had to sacrifice a...

Global conservation leaders vote for moratorium on ocean mining

9 Sep 21 - Media Release - Voting members of the International Union for Conservation of...

Greater Wellington welcomes $1.2 billion boost

9 Sep 21 - Media Release - Greater Wellington Regional Council has welcomed Tuesday’s...

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