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Katharine Moody says we should tackle climate adaptation planning with a clear understanding of the likelihood of events unfolding, rather than from the perspective of the full range of possibilities
9th Aug 22, 9:16am
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Katharine Moody says we should tackle climate adaptation planning with a clear understanding of the likelihood of events unfolding, rather than from the perspective of the full range of possibilities
How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
17th May 22, 9:57am
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How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
David Hall looks at how New Zealand could reduce emissions faster and rely less on offsets to reach net zero
8th Apr 22, 1:41pm
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David Hall looks at how New Zealand could reduce emissions faster and rely less on offsets to reach net zero
IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
5th Apr 22, 9:20am
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IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
Guy Trafford reviews the latest grim IPCC climate assessment, along with watching highlights of throwback farm management, Government minister's backflips, and the risks of maladaption
4th Mar 22, 8:51am
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Guy Trafford reviews the latest grim IPCC climate assessment, along with watching highlights of throwback farm management, Government minister's backflips, and the risks of maladaption
Guy Trafford sees new questions about changing land use to monocultures such as pine with no foreseeable plans for harvesting, and their GHG emissions, and with very limited contribution to ecological ecosystems
16th Sep 21, 10:44am
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Guy Trafford sees new questions about changing land use to monocultures such as pine with no foreseeable plans for harvesting, and their GHG emissions, and with very limited contribution to ecological ecosystems
Guy Trafford looks at what the latest IPCC report shows for New Zealand agriculture and the news isn't all bad at all - even if it is just a modelled prediction. But at least these simulations have proven accurate so far
13th Aug 21, 12:06pm
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Guy Trafford looks at what the latest IPCC report shows for New Zealand agriculture and the news isn't all bad at all - even if it is just a modelled prediction. But at least these simulations have proven accurate so far
The Financial Markets Authority moves to establish guidelines for the 'flavour of the month' green bond market against the backdrop of growing international concerns about climate change
7th Oct 19, 8:01am
The Financial Markets Authority moves to establish guidelines for the 'flavour of the month' green bond market against the backdrop of growing international concerns about climate change
There is no reason for ‘carbon guilt’ over New Zealand's meat or milk says Federated Farmers, who claim the advantages we hold benefit the world
10th Aug 19, 9:47am
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There is no reason for ‘carbon guilt’ over New Zealand's meat or milk says Federated Farmers, who claim the advantages we hold benefit the world
Government's industry-average rural climate change plans will mean gains innovative farmers make through adopting new technologies and management won't be recognised
17th Jul 19, 9:39am
Government's industry-average rural climate change plans will mean gains innovative farmers make through adopting new technologies and management won't be recognised
Farmers committed to scientific solutions that achieve the goals of the Zero Carbon Act, ignoring the sideline sledging by the politicised green lobbyists. Active strategic change is required in pasture and animal management
29th May 19, 9:16am
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Farmers committed to scientific solutions that achieve the goals of the Zero Carbon Act, ignoring the sideline sledging by the politicised green lobbyists. Active strategic change is required in pasture and animal management
The World Meteorological Organisation says the warming effect of long-lived greenhouse gasses has increased by 41% since 1990
24th Nov 18, 9:16am
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The World Meteorological Organisation says the warming effect of long-lived greenhouse gasses has increased by 41% since 1990
Former Green MP and responsible investment advocate Barry Coates on the top 10 ways climate change and sustainability are changing our economic outlook
19th Oct 18, 10:00am
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Former Green MP and responsible investment advocate Barry Coates on the top 10 ways climate change and sustainability are changing our economic outlook
Guy Trafford reviews the latest dairy price signals and updates the mycoplasma bovis situation
18th Oct 18, 8:43am
Guy Trafford reviews the latest dairy price signals and updates the mycoplasma bovis situation
Guy Trafford reviews and updates a series of changes affecting the dairy industry and how they will impact those affected
10th Oct 18, 10:11am
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Guy Trafford reviews and updates a series of changes affecting the dairy industry and how they will impact those affected
Will Foley reviews the Ruataniwha debate from a farmer's perspective and under the overall framework of the IPCC warnings
23rd Apr 14, 10:25am
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Will Foley reviews the Ruataniwha debate from a farmer's perspective and under the overall framework of the IPCC warnings
Federated Farmers sees New Zealand 'in very good shape' pursuing mitigation and adaption strategies for climate change
15th Apr 14, 8:17pm
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Federated Farmers sees New Zealand 'in very good shape' pursuing mitigation and adaption strategies for climate change
Storing rain water which makes so much sense, the IPCC report included it notes Bruce Wills. NZ pasture farming makes us agriculture's leader
11th Oct 13, 12:44pm
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Storing rain water which makes so much sense, the IPCC report included it notes Bruce Wills. NZ pasture farming makes us agriculture's leader
Matt Nolan explores the factors that result in why some co-ordination projects work and why some don't
1st Oct 13, 11:36am
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Matt Nolan explores the factors that result in why some co-ordination projects work and why some don't
"Every region should be looking at storing rain water and many currently are. This report should hasten that work"
30th Sep 13, 7:12pm
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"Every region should be looking at storing rain water and many currently are. This report should hasten that work"