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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
Government to mull how NZ meets the costs of climate adaptation and invests in resilience, getting advice on flood insurance options
4th Aug 22, 11:35am
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Government to mull how NZ meets the costs of climate adaptation and invests in resilience, getting advice on flood insurance options
Government lays out its climate change adaptation plan, with data to be key, and legislation covering managed retreat from high risk areas coming
3rd Aug 22, 11:02am
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Government lays out its climate change adaptation plan, with data to be key, and legislation covering managed retreat from high risk areas coming
Gareth Vaughan says of all the recent criticisms of the RBNZ, the hardest one to understand is the charge that it shouldn't take an interest in climate change
2nd Aug 22, 2:48pm
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Gareth Vaughan says of all the recent criticisms of the RBNZ, the hardest one to understand is the charge that it shouldn't take an interest in climate change
James Shaw ejected as co-leader by restive members; he says he'll stand again for co-leader; says he would also stay as Climate Minister if he loses again
25th Jul 22, 1:09pm
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James Shaw ejected as co-leader by restive members; he says he'll stand again for co-leader; says he would also stay as Climate Minister if he loses again
The Greens loathing of majorities is attributable to their unshakeable conviction that their party’s view of the world is the only correct one. Greens are elitists, writes Chris Trotter, and proud of it
25th Jul 22, 7:14am
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The Greens loathing of majorities is attributable to their unshakeable conviction that their party’s view of the world is the only correct one. Greens are elitists, writes Chris Trotter, and proud of it
New Zealand Bankers' Association wants to see more detail on the role of finance in the Government's Draft National Adaptation Plan
14th Jul 22, 7:45am
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New Zealand Bankers' Association wants to see more detail on the role of finance in the Government's Draft National Adaptation Plan
Brian Fallow casts an eye over the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan and discovers there is much more work ahead
16th May 22, 12:51pm
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Brian Fallow casts an eye over the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan and discovers there is much more work ahead
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James Shaw details first three emissions budgets in zero carbon push, says Emissions Reduction Plan to be released May 16
9th May 22, 12:01pm
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James Shaw details first three emissions budgets in zero carbon push, says Emissions Reduction Plan to be released May 16
With seas rising and storms surging, who will pay for New Zealand’s most vulnerable coastal properties?
3rd May 22, 8:48am
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With seas rising and storms surging, who will pay for New Zealand’s most vulnerable coastal properties?
It's the end of the road for talking about greenhouse gas emissions says Alan Barber. Now is decision time for a program that incentivises emissions reductions at farm level which will give the best signals to our customers we have done the right thing
16th Apr 22, 9:57am
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It's the end of the road for talking about greenhouse gas emissions says Alan Barber. Now is decision time for a program that incentivises emissions reductions at farm level which will give the best signals to our customers we have done the right thing
More forestry upheavals are coming as the Government foreshadows big changes to the rules of the game. Sheep and beef farmers including iwi are the big prospective losers
23rd Mar 22, 3:03pm
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More forestry upheavals are coming as the Government foreshadows big changes to the rules of the game. Sheep and beef farmers including iwi are the big prospective losers
The carbon forestry rules are going to change, with high likelihood of unintended consequences
23rd Feb 22, 4:34pm
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The carbon forestry rules are going to change, with high likelihood of unintended consequences
Refocusing agriculture’s greenhouse gas emissions from CO2e to a genuine split-gas approach requires a reset of thinking, with big decisions ahead
10th Feb 22, 2:30pm
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Refocusing agriculture’s greenhouse gas emissions from CO2e to a genuine split-gas approach requires a reset of thinking, with big decisions ahead
Robert McLachlan says 2021 was a year in which more ducks got in a row than ever before in the battle against climate change
4th Feb 22, 7:48am
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Robert McLachlan says 2021 was a year in which more ducks got in a row than ever before in the battle against climate change
NZ Government to enter the sustainable debt market by issuing Green Bonds from late-2022
12th Nov 21, 5:00am
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NZ Government to enter the sustainable debt market by issuing Green Bonds from late-2022
The higher farm gate milk prices go, the more challenging it is for Fonterra to operate profitably. Profitability is an issue for other dairy companies too at these milk prices. Early season indicators are milk volumes will be strong
4th Nov 21, 11:10am
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The higher farm gate milk prices go, the more challenging it is for Fonterra to operate profitably. Profitability is an issue for other dairy companies too at these milk prices. Early season indicators are milk volumes will be strong
James Shaw must know that neither New Zealanders, nor the rest of humanity, will take the urgent and transformative action that Science now deems necessary to stave-off climate catastrophe
18th Oct 21, 9:18am
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James Shaw must know that neither New Zealanders, nor the rest of humanity, will take the urgent and transformative action that Science now deems necessary to stave-off climate catastrophe
Detail around how NZ will reduce its emissions lacking 7 months out from the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan falling due
13th Oct 21, 10:51am
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Detail around how NZ will reduce its emissions lacking 7 months out from the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan falling due
Government to change the law to give itself another five months to put together a major plan for how NZ will reduce emissions
15th Sep 21, 6:31pm
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Government to change the law to give itself another five months to put together a major plan for how NZ will reduce emissions
On Wednesday, The Government lost control of the ETS to speculators. This has big implications and challenges for the path ahead
2nd Sep 21, 10:06am
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On Wednesday, The Government lost control of the ETS to speculators. This has big implications and challenges for the path ahead
Guy Trafford sees the farmer protests as a reaction to a hugely well-funded Government unable to meet its own standards, and expecting others to achieve Government's hard policy goals with little support. It's a two-faced approach that may backfire
17th Jul 21, 9:21am
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Guy Trafford sees the farmer protests as a reaction to a hugely well-funded Government unable to meet its own standards, and expecting others to achieve Government's hard policy goals with little support. It's a two-faced approach that may backfire
How much could you save or be stung buying a newly imported car under the Government's new feebate scheme? 
13th Jun 21, 11:02am
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How much could you save or be stung buying a newly imported car under the Government's new feebate scheme? 
There's likely to be some cross-party consensus on emissions budgets; Differences will arise when it comes to a plan on how to achieve these budgets
9th Jun 21, 6:04pm
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There's likely to be some cross-party consensus on emissions budgets; Differences will arise when it comes to a plan on how to achieve these budgets
Terry Baucher finds no headline tax surprises in the Budget, but plenty of other bones to pick over
20th May 21, 2:12pm
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Terry Baucher finds no headline tax surprises in the Budget, but plenty of other bones to pick over