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Using less water and other measures cuts crisp maker's emissions 2000 tonnes a year
Photo Credit: Dan Taylor

Massive emission savings possible with supply chain changes

27 Mar 08 - As New Zealand businesses start measuring emissions and prepare to face a price on carbon, and new whole-of-supply chain carbon footprint concept could save big companies millions.

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Bay of Plenty climate projects given a boost

Thursday - Media Release - Two community led climate change adaptation projects have...

Wellington wetland restoration milestone

From left: Judy McKoy (FOTSC), Steve Wilson (Te Rito Gardens – plant supplier), CR Jenny Brash, Bill McAulay (FOTSC), Mike Jebson (Former QEII NT CEO).

Wednesday - Media Release - Ten thousand wetland plants have now been added to TaupŰ Swamp,...

NZ Green Investment Finance partners with NZ Post to accelerate EV transition

Tuesday - Media Release - New Zealand Green Investment Finance (NZGIF) and NZ Post have...

Shift happens - BNZ's Future of agribusiness report

Tuesday - Media Release - The Bank of New Zealand's (BNZ) Shift Happens Future of...

Coastal shipping will help keep New Zealandís supply chain buoyant

Monday - Media Release - Transport Minister Michael Wood has welcomed the release of the...

Giant crowdfunded note to PM on climate emergency anniversary

3 Dec 21 - Media Release - On the one-year anniversary of Jacinda Ardernís Climate...

International meeting could open up ocean mining, drastically undermining ocean health

3 Dec 21 - Media Release - Critics are sounding the alarm that an upcoming meeting of the...

Record jump in energy and carbon savings from NZ efficient product sales

2 Dec 21 - Media Release - The increasing energy efficiency of appliances sold in New...

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