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  • History shows we can handle it, says CCC chief
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  •             EDS climate conference 2020
  • Upton, Parker - Nats stopped the ETS working
  • NZ needs to do more, says High Commissioner
  • Shaw talking tough on carbon budgets
  •         Latest News
  •         The House
  • Aotearoa first country to pass climate reporting law
  • Questions, questions, questions….
  • Carbon dividend would be “socially progressive”: Shaw
  •         Policy Development
  • Emissions reduction consultation document on its way
  • Public sector ill-prepared for climate change
  • Limits could be placed on NZU stockpiles
  •             2020 ETS reforms
  • Action on auction bill
  • Nats to Shaw: Why the late change, Minister?
  • Govt looking again at reserve price for auctions
  •             Zero-carbon bill
  • Expert warns against offshore credits sprees
  • We're different from them, say pig farmers
  • Young campaigners see nation adopt carbon laws
  •             ETS Review 2018
  • Shaw sings songs of praise for trading scheme
  • Govt opposed ClimCom in cash-or-credits case
  • Government stalls as carbon price hits high
  •             ETS Bill hearings
  • Hope from Europe
  • NZ lags badly in marine protection
  • ETS bill has October deadline
  •                 ETS Review Submissions
  • Dairy firms see ETS dates clashing
  • Zero carbon bill submissions open
  • Shipowners want out of 'unfair' ETS
  •             ETS review 2018
  • Experts, activists say health equity needs more emphasis in fight against climate change
  • Corporate net zero targets: Greenwashing or genuine climate action?
  •         International
  • Climate change costs world US$329 billion in damages
  • Net-zero transition will cost $275 trillion globally by 2050: McKinsey
  • Rich countries could slash agricultural emissions by 62% by eating less meat
  •             New Zealand
  • Investors urge government to support a global climate disclosure regime
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  •             Australia
  • Huge aluminium demand expected in solar industry, concerns arise on emissions
  • Economist proposes carbon backed currency
  • Why the price of Australian carbon credits has tripled in the past year
  •             United States
  • Oil firms accused of scare tactics after claiming climate lawsuits ‘a threat to US'
  • Texas and New Mexico methane leaks casuing as much climate pollution as 500,000 cars
  • Carbon capture: savior or a boondoggle?
  •             China
  • Cutting carbon to take backseat to ‘normal life’ in China: Xi Jinping
  • Slow phasing out of polluting cars a drag on China’s climate targets
  • Ozone-destroying greenhouse gas emissions from China increased significantly: Study
  •             Europe
  • China's national carbon market records brisk trading
  • First battery-powered train to start trial operations in German regional transport
  • Bicycle parking to be mandatory in all new European buildings
  •             United Kingdom
  • Voluntary carbon audits scheme for Northern Irish farmers
  • Green finance groups slam HSBC's carbon exit plan
  • The millions of tonnes of carbon emissions that don't offically exist
  •             Canada
  • The rise of voluntary carbon markets
  • Canada's biggest climate polluters pay lowest carbon price
  • Farmed seafood supply at risk if we don’t act on climate change
  •             Asia
  • Norway underpaid Indonesia for forest protection results: study
  • Scientists warn climate change could unleash ‘rivers in the sky’
  • Activists demand Indonesian climate leadership during G20 presidency
  •             Antarctic/Arctic
  • Surge in Arctic temperatures melting Greenland's ice
  • Lorde urges climate action ahead of new book on Antarctica trip
  • Greenland’s ice loss likely to hit 12,000-year high
  •             Pacific
  • Papua New Guinea’s tides expose climate risks
  • Are Australia’s climate wars ending?
  • Boost for Tuvalu's economic, social and climate resilience
  •             Oceans
  • Here’s how top predator species might buffer climate change impacts on biodiversity
  • Companies backing kelp may be rushing ahead of the science
  • Climate change playing havoc with Chagos Archipelago
  •             Cities
  • Carbon-positive Otago plan before council
  • Councils debating Climcom recommendations
  • Grass keeps cities cool when heat goes on
  •             Africa
  • ‘2.4C is a death sentence’: Vanessa Nakate’s fight for the forgotten countries of the climate crisis
  • Climate threats are multiplying in the Horn of Africa
  • African Union urged to bring political clout to Egypt climate talks
  •             South America
  • When carbon credits drive people from their homes
  • Brazil's Suzano CEO says $12-$13 carbon price could support forest regeneration
  • Chile wants to export solar energy to Asia via 15,000km submarine cable
  •             IPCC
  • Many IPCC authors expect world to warm by more than 3 degrees
  • Political 'retreat' on climate action harms all nations, says UN climate chief
  • NZ joins pledge that includes increasing 2030 emissions target
  •             COP 21
  • COMMENT: Great, now all we need is a plan
  • NZ leads charge for world carbon market
  • Treaty emerges from battle of the verbs
  •             COP 22
  • NZ doctor gives Marrakech a message
  • Marrakech marks the start of a new era ... but going where?
  • Musings from Marrakech ...
  •             COP 23
  • After Bonn, five things to watch for in the coming year
  • Bonn talks bring a poison pill for Poland
  • Bonn summit slow and steady but King Coal looms
  •             COP 24
  • Stage set for humanity’s two most crucial years
  • NZ and Europe to strengthen market cooperation
  • Anti-climate change strongmen still on the outer
  •             COP 25
  • Shaw criticises 'handful of countries'
  • Kyoto credits threaten Paris Agreement
  • Shaw expects late move on carbon trading
  •             COP26
  • 'Fragile win' at COP26 summit under threat: Sharma
  • Who will be the judge of countries' climate plans?
  • Jonathan Pie: The World's End (COP26 short film with George Monbiot, Caroline Lucas & Ed Miliband)
  •             Paris Agreement
  • Russia aiming for carbon neutrality by 2060: Putin
  • An insider's view on why tonight's IPCC report is a big deal
  • Climate scientists meet as fires, floods and heatwaves batter Earth
  •            Sectors
  •             Election 2020
  • Shaw 'odds-on' as minister, says Simpson
  • Business makes bid for $7.23 billion
  • The four who could be our next climate minister
  •             Election 2017
  • Carbon price set to break through $19 mark
  • WINSTON'S THE WORD: What NZ First leader wants
  • Furious farmers should get with the programme
  •             Editorial comment
  • EDITORIAL: Nature, enter us...
  • EDITORIAL: Into the red
  • EDITORIAL: All aboard!
  •             Letters
  • Adani world’s biggest owner and contractor of solar farms
  • LETTERS: Let's not waste this opportunity
  • LETTERS: Food in plastic
  •             Energy
  • The clean energy transitions enters hyperdrive
  • Green hydrogen’s falling costs undermines case for blue hydrogen
  • Getting fuel prices right is key to reducing carbon emissions: IMF
  •             Agriculture
  • Aussie biodiversity market a step closer
  • Govt gives cautious welcome to US-European methane pledge
  • Biogas proposals risk locking in unsustainable agriculture: groups claim
  •             Industry
  • ‘Eco-score’ labels make shopping more sustainable
  • Cutting emissions with carbon reinforced concrete
  • 'We hear you,' Govt tells worried manufacturers
  •             Latest science
  • Plant-based jet fuel could reduce emissions by 68%
  • Iron battery breakthrough could eat lithium’s lunch
  • Plastic and climate crises are linked
  •             Carbon emissions
  • Vermont brewery turns carbon emissions into beer bubbles
  • Only policy action can burst the carbon bubble: experts
  • The net zero trap
  •             Transport
  • How close are we to price parity between EVs and ICE vehicles?
  • Climate change mitigation reshaping capital’s streets
  • Maersk spends £1bn on ‘carbon neutral’ container ships
  •             Forestry
  • Deadwood releasing 10.9 gigatons of carbon every year
  • Proving that taking care of forest pays carbon dividends
  • WELLINGTON: Should we hold 'em?
  •             Fishing
  •             Water
  • Government ignores experts in water plan
  • Tough new water laws put heat on farmers
  • WATER WARNING: We don't yet have the answers
  •             Business
  • How nature and business can boost each other
  • Microsoft can’t achieve climate goals alone
  • Think covid-19 disrupted food chain? Wait and see ...
  •             Weather
  • Weather events shown to be climate change related in record time
  • Cyclones could last longer in a warmer world
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  •             Waste
  • Waste to energy plant proposed for Waimate
  • Incinerator could go carbon-negative
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  •             Finance
  • Climate change ETFs found to be undermining war on global warming
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  • Swiss announce climate disclosure timeline
  •         Technology
  • Every battery is a treasure box
  • This concrete can eat carbon emissions
  • Digital twins key to creating net-zero cities
  •     Markets
  •         New Zealand
  • Te Ao Maori inspires Netflix nature documentary
  • NZU prices plateau before 2nd ETS auction
  • WORTH NOTING...
  •             Jarden NZ Carbon Market Review
  • MARKET LATEST: NZUs $75.10
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  •         Other Markets
  • Carbon prices, long in the dumps, surge in U.S. and Europe
  • London Stock Exchange aims to bring firms’ carbon claims ‘out into daylight’
  • Where the Redd went wrong
  •         Analysis
  • Aussies polish off green (but not as clean) Kiwis
  • ANALYSIS: Australians' vote will affect carbon market
  • News from Europe boosts prices
  •         NZ ETS background
  • Number of NZUs entering ETS could be cut
  • Two players bought nearly 60% of NZUs on offer at last ETS auction
  • NZ carbon price hits all time highs
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  • Greener burials uncovered by new Canterbury research
  • Otari gets money to conserve native orchids
  • Education and support needed for climate-concerned SMEs
  •     Trading
  •         Offset Markets
  • The carbon offset market could be worth $200 billion by 2050. But what is it?
  • Wood wins at environmental awards
  • LPG – the cleaner, cheaper fuel of choice
  •         CDM
  • Aussie centre churns out leaders
  • BBC broadcasts investiation claiming billions wasted in CDM schemes
  • NEW: Guide to setting up a CDM project
  •         Market advice
  • How voluntary offsets can help us meet our Paris promise
  • Don't miss getting your emissions return in
  • Carbon markets prove resilient to the coronavirus pandemic
  •     Market Players
  •         Profiles
  • JAMES SHAW: A year of living hopefully
  • Norman hopes for more action ... this time for real
  • The Carbon Traders: Lizzie Chambers, Carbon Match
  •         Appointments
  • Aotearoa Circle chooses new finance leaders
  • Government's climate director has a new job
  • SBC votes in new board members
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  • Massive emission savings possible with supply chain changes
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  • OPINION: Now is the time for businesses to step up
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Greener burials uncovered by new Canterbury research

Today 10:30am - Media Release - While many are striving to live in a more eco-friendly way, a...

Otari gets money to conserve native orchids

Wednesday - Media Release - Otari-Wiltons Bush has received a grant through Te Tahua Taiao...

Education and support needed for climate-concerned SMEs

Monday - Media Release - A new survey by business management platform, MYOB, has...

Native tree numbers on the rise in Bay of Plenty

23 Dec 21 - Media Release - The 775,000 native trees and shrubs planted by Bay of Plenty...

WCC seeks waste minimisation proposals

22 Dec 21 - Media Release - Expressions of Interest are now open for Wellington City...

Wellington councils draw down first green loans from Local Government Funding Agency

21 Dec 21 - Media Release - Wellington City Council and Greater Wellington have become the...

Air New Zealand seeking innovators for next generation aircraft

21 Dec 21 - Media Release - Air New Zealand wants to get a zero emissions aircraft in the...

The bird that measures Antarctic ice

20 Dec 21 - Media Release - It’s a bird, it’s a plane…It’s a laser-shooting electromagnetic...

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