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Kiwi founded company aiming to shake up global carbon markets

Today 10:30am - By Liz Kivi | A Kiwi founded tech company, launched last month, is aiming to revolutionise the global carbon market with new technology that can accurately measure emissions in real-time and is much cheaper than current methods.

Shift to whole of energy system targets confirmed

Today 10:30am - By Ian Llewellyn - editor Energy and Environment | The government’s shift to considering the energy system as a whole rather than focussing solely on getting electricity generation to 100% renewable by 2030 was confirmed by the Emissions Reduction Plan released last week.

10 YEARS AGO...

Today 10:30am - Ten years ago, a business lobby group opposed linking the New Zealand and Australian Emissions Trading Schemes, a move those countries' respective climate change ministers were exploring.

WORTH NOTING...

Today 10:30am - A list of talks, events, conferences and consultations relating to climate change in the coming weeks.

Budget disappoints public transport advocates

Friday - By Jeremy Rose | Last weekend I caught the train out to Waikanae, cycled down to Paekakariki and then jumped back on a train to Wellington. All up it cost me just $10 – cheaper and a lot more pleasant than taking the car.

Waka Kotahi $15 million innovation fund aims to cut emissions

Friday - Waka Kotahi has launched a $15 million innovation fund aimed at reducing emissions, encouraging mode shift, and making the provision of transport more equitable.

Best by the rest...

Friday - In our Weekly round-up of the best climate coverage in the local media: academics respond to first Emissions Reduction Plan, blue carbon, wind and thermal touted as solutions to the climate crisis, and tax the rich to save the planet.


10 YEARS AGO...

Friday - Ten years ago, insurer Sovereign was the first company in New Zealand to buy the world’s first mass-produced, fully electric, zero-emission vehicle - the Nissan Leaf.

WORTH NOTING...

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

Renewables share of electricity topped 90% in December quarter

Thursday - The renewable share of electricity generation was 90.7% in the December quarter of last year - the highest quarter since December 1995.

10 YEARS AGO...

Thursday - Ten years ago, low carbon prices had brought forest planting nearly to a stand-still, with the forestry industry saying planting for carbon was no longer economically viable.

WORTH NOTING...

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

Microplastics could worsen climate change

Wednesday - By Liz Kivi | An environmental physicist says plastics could be influencing climate change, potentially compounding the effect of greenhouse gases.

New JOLT EV charging network for NZ

Wednesday - Australian company JOLT is partnering with Mitre 10 to roll out a network of free, fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers around New Zealand.

10 YEARS AGO...

Wednesday - Ten years ago, $365 million worth of new tech was planned to reduce emissions at Marsden Point oil refinery.

WORTH NOTING...

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

ERP: Oppposition politicians respond

17 May 22 - The National Party has condemned much of the first Emissions Reduction Plan, released yesterday, as corporate welfare but welcomed the announcement that $710 million had been earmarked for helping...

ERP: Experts respond

17 May 22 - Some experts welcomed yesterday’s Emissions Reduction Plan as a positive step, however others see it as full of missed opportunities.

ERP: Lobby groups respond

17 May 22 - The nation’s lobby groups have responded to the release of the government’s first Emission Reduction’s Plan with a flood of press releases. What follows is a summary of some of the praise,...


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All coal boilers to be removed from schools

9 May 22 - Media Release - Thanks to a $10 million dollar investment, all remaining coal...

Strong support for Auckland climate levy

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5 May 22 - Media Release - Aucklanders overwhelmingly back a proposed Climate Action...

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