Climate change

22nd Oct 20, 10:25am
Guy Trafford assesses the pushing and shoving going on about who will set agriculture policies in a group that has little affinity with rural issues and is light on rural talent
Guy Trafford assesses the pushing and shoving going on about who will set agriculture policies in a group that has little affinity with rural issues and is light on rural talent
22nd Oct 20, 10:25am
16th Oct 20, 9:56am
Gareth Vaughan on the IMF advocating borrowing over austerity & a new Bretton Woods moment, the good times roll for US banks, the case for a Scottish currency, less extreme wind in NZ, the problem with our SUVs, utes & vans, and an orange Lamborghini
Gareth Vaughan on the IMF advocating borrowing over austerity & a new Bretton Woods moment, the good times roll for US banks, the case for a Scottish currency, less extreme wind in NZ, the problem with our SUVs, utes & vans, and an orange Lamborghini
16th Oct 20, 9:56am
14th Oct 20, 8:53am
Failure to heed local advice on the environmental consequences of a townie's 'well intentioned' policy change just made climate consequences worse in the high country, says Guy Trafford
Failure to heed local advice on the environmental consequences of a townie's 'well intentioned' policy change just made climate consequences worse in the high country, says Guy Trafford
14th Oct 20, 8:53am
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12th Oct 20, 9:45am
Brian Fallow takes a look at the energy policies of the Labour, National, Green and ACT parties against the backdrop of uncertainty over the future of the aluminium smelter at Tiwai Point and the oil refinery at Marsden Point
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Brian Fallow takes a look at the energy policies of the Labour, National, Green and ACT parties against the backdrop of uncertainty over the future of the aluminium smelter at Tiwai Point and the oil refinery at Marsden Point
12th Oct 20, 9:45am
4th Oct 20, 8:01am
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Sophia Kalantzakos urges rich-country governments to develop effective strategies to free themselves from China's resource grip
Sophia Kalantzakos urges rich-country governments to develop effective strategies to free themselves from China's resource grip
4th Oct 20, 8:01am
3rd Oct 20, 10:06am
ACT's Brooke van Velden argues a better approach to solving climate and fresh water issues lies in working with the rural community with data and evidence rather than punishing it with prescriptive rules from Wellington
ACT's Brooke van Velden argues a better approach to solving climate and fresh water issues lies in working with the rural community with data and evidence rather than punishing it with prescriptive rules from Wellington
3rd Oct 20, 10:06am
2nd Oct 20, 12:23pm
Labour plans more controls on planting plantation forests to protect valuable soils and water resources, will require residential property managers to be licensed and will put a framework in place to help people with properties affected by climate change
Labour plans more controls on planting plantation forests to protect valuable soils and water resources, will require residential property managers to be licensed and will put a framework in place to help people with properties affected by climate change
2nd Oct 20, 12:23pm
30th Sep 20, 11:18am
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Motu research analysts on American healthcare, inequality and eating your greens, looking for signs of life on Venus, the climate clock is ticking and hydrogen the saviour of air travel
Motu research analysts on American healthcare, inequality and eating your greens, looking for signs of life on Venus, the climate clock is ticking and hydrogen the saviour of air travel
30th Sep 20, 11:18am
29th Sep 20, 11:41am
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Bell Gully's Simon Watt and Kate Redgewell say mandatory climate-risk reporting for the financial sector will be a relatively big shift for a number of organisations
Bell Gully's Simon Watt and Kate Redgewell say mandatory climate-risk reporting for the financial sector will be a relatively big shift for a number of organisations
29th Sep 20, 11:41am
28th Sep 20, 7:28am
Chris Trotter suggests New Zealand may be set for a period of heightened political divisiveness
Chris Trotter suggests New Zealand may be set for a period of heightened political divisiveness
28th Sep 20, 7:28am
23rd Sep 20, 10:08am
Mariana Mazzucato sees no alternative to a radical overhaul of corporate governance, finance, policy and energy systems
Mariana Mazzucato sees no alternative to a radical overhaul of corporate governance, finance, policy and energy systems
23rd Sep 20, 10:08am
21st Sep 20, 9:21am
Economist Brian Easton looks at half a dozen external economic issues that will greatly affect this country
Economist Brian Easton looks at half a dozen external economic issues that will greatly affect this country
21st Sep 20, 9:21am
16th Sep 20, 9:43am
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Stefan Gerlach urges monetary policymakers to respond to shifting public sentiment on inequality and the environment
Stefan Gerlach urges monetary policymakers to respond to shifting public sentiment on inequality and the environment
16th Sep 20, 9:43am
12th Sep 20, 10:16am
Climate change will probably have the greatest impact on agriculture here through changes in climate variability and climate extremes
Climate change will probably have the greatest impact on agriculture here through changes in climate variability and climate extremes
12th Sep 20, 10:16am
10th Sep 20, 1:00pm
Labour is now pledging to have 100% renewable electricity generation by 2030 and is targeting more electrification of transport and industry and further investment in emerging technologies such as green hydrogen
Labour is now pledging to have 100% renewable electricity generation by 2030 and is targeting more electrification of transport and industry and further investment in emerging technologies such as green hydrogen
10th Sep 20, 1:00pm
3rd Sep 20, 11:19am
Author and Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets on the impact of the Information Age and financialization, and how they are creating a different, new world
Author and Macquarie strategist Viktor Shvets on the impact of the Information Age and financialization, and how they are creating a different, new world
3rd Sep 20, 11:19am
31st Aug 20, 12:49pm
Govt accepts Public Inquiry recommendation to consider increasing the EQC cap so more risk falls with the state insurer rather than private insurers in the event of a disaster
Govt accepts Public Inquiry recommendation to consider increasing the EQC cap so more risk falls with the state insurer rather than private insurers in the event of a disaster
31st Aug 20, 12:49pm
31st Aug 20, 12:08pm
Earthquake risk and climate change in the Wairarapa valley are the focus of Angus Kebbell's review of how farmers are meeting the challenges
Earthquake risk and climate change in the Wairarapa valley are the focus of Angus Kebbell's review of how farmers are meeting the challenges
31st Aug 20, 12:08pm
24th Aug 20, 10:03am
Wigram Capital Advisors' Rodney Jones on cutting the OCR below 25 basis points, the economic gains from eliminating COVID-19, and winning ugly against the virus like the 2011 All Blacks
Wigram Capital Advisors' Rodney Jones on cutting the OCR below 25 basis points, the economic gains from eliminating COVID-19, and winning ugly against the virus like the 2011 All Blacks
24th Aug 20, 10:03am
23rd Aug 20, 3:34pm
Angus Kebbell looks at the changes coming to Canterbury land use and farming practices from climate change, with expert comments from a NIWA scientist
Angus Kebbell looks at the changes coming to Canterbury land use and farming practices from climate change, with expert comments from a NIWA scientist
23rd Aug 20, 3:34pm
10th Aug 20, 1:45pm
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PwC's David Bridgman argues the old adage ‘never waste a good crisis’ has never been more relevant when it comes to the future of our economy
PwC's David Bridgman argues the old adage ‘never waste a good crisis’ has never been more relevant when it comes to the future of our economy
10th Aug 20, 1:45pm
8th Aug 20, 9:11am
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In interest.co.nz's Election Series, the University of Otago's Janet Stephenson and Etienne Nel argue our political parties need a plan for a ‘post-growth’ world
In interest.co.nz's Election Series, the University of Otago's Janet Stephenson and Etienne Nel argue our political parties need a plan for a ‘post-growth’ world
8th Aug 20, 9:11am
4th Aug 20, 10:02am
RBNZ's Toby Fiennes says bank Dashboard to be reviewed, with cyber and climate related risks to feature, and insurance and non-bank deposit taker dashboards remain on the agenda
RBNZ's Toby Fiennes says bank Dashboard to be reviewed, with cyber and climate related risks to feature, and insurance and non-bank deposit taker dashboards remain on the agenda
4th Aug 20, 10:02am
29th Jul 20, 12:01pm
Climate Change Commissioner Rod Carr on the need for a national energy plan, what to do with Tiwai Point's electricity, decarbonising transport and more
Climate Change Commissioner Rod Carr on the need for a national energy plan, what to do with Tiwai Point's electricity, decarbonising transport and more
29th Jul 20, 12:01pm
25th Jul 20, 5:55am
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Environment - Carbon Tax
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Environment - Carbon Tax
25th Jul 20, 5:55am

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