Climate change

22nd May 19, 9:01am
Guy Trafford points out that political assumptions about the value of cropping and forestry and the threat of livestock farming may not have a scientific basis, resulting in flawed policy rules and counterproductive gaming
Guy Trafford points out that political assumptions about the value of cropping and forestry and the threat of livestock farming may not have a scientific basis, resulting in flawed policy rules and counterproductive gaming
22nd May 19, 9:01am
21st May 19, 9:29am
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Around the world loud voices are calling for countries to become carbon neutral by 2050 but the costs will be enormous. Much higher R&D spending on green energy solutions would be far more effective, says Bjørn Lomborg
Around the world loud voices are calling for countries to become carbon neutral by 2050 but the costs will be enormous. Much higher R&D spending on green energy solutions would be far more effective, says Bjørn Lomborg
21st May 19, 9:29am
20th May 19, 7:34am
Chris Trotter says Bill Shorten will go down in Australian political history as the Labor leader who lost the unlosable election by underestimating the extraordinary defensive power of the big end of town
Chris Trotter says Bill Shorten will go down in Australian political history as the Labor leader who lost the unlosable election by underestimating the extraordinary defensive power of the big end of town
20th May 19, 7:34am
18th May 19, 10:18am
Guy Trafford wants all industries held to the same standards as agriculture in the worthy drive to reduce emissions, and wants less political posturing by those pointing their (well traveled) fingers
Guy Trafford wants all industries held to the same standards as agriculture in the worthy drive to reduce emissions, and wants less political posturing by those pointing their (well traveled) fingers
18th May 19, 10:18am
17th May 19, 10:00am
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Katharine Moody on the MAD doctrine, plaudits to Winston Peters, how science makes environmental controversies worse, fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change and more
Katharine Moody on the MAD doctrine, plaudits to Winston Peters, how science makes environmental controversies worse, fighting climate change by not focusing on climate change and more
17th May 19, 10:00am
15th May 19, 4:48pm
Guy Trafford muses on the role of foreign ownership in New Zealand, and the offshore market access advantage it has which is vital for how our agricultural commodity exports are sold
Guy Trafford muses on the role of foreign ownership in New Zealand, and the offshore market access advantage it has which is vital for how our agricultural commodity exports are sold
15th May 19, 4:48pm
13th May 19, 11:40am
There is much more work to be done as the Zero Carbon Bill works its way through to enactment, says Keith Woodford
There is much more work to be done as the Zero Carbon Bill works its way through to enactment, says Keith Woodford
13th May 19, 11:40am
11th May 19, 9:31am
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The Spinoff's Toby Manhire sits down in a parliamentary corridor with Climate Change Minister James Shaw to discuss the Zero Carbon Bill, and why he’s been bending over backwards to win National’s support
The Spinoff's Toby Manhire sits down in a parliamentary corridor with Climate Change Minister James Shaw to discuss the Zero Carbon Bill, and why he’s been bending over backwards to win National’s support
11th May 19, 9:31am
10th May 19, 4:05pm
Guy Trafford reviews Canterbury land values, what the UN environmental report means for farmers, and changes at the top of Silver Fern Farms
Guy Trafford reviews Canterbury land values, what the UN environmental report means for farmers, and changes at the top of Silver Fern Farms
10th May 19, 4:05pm
10th May 19, 10:00am
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Long-time interest.co.nz commenter Murray Grimwood (aka Power Down Kiwi) on the energy returns on energy invested, why we don't want to believe in Peak Oil and climate change, and more
Long-time interest.co.nz commenter Murray Grimwood (aka Power Down Kiwi) on the energy returns on energy invested, why we don't want to believe in Peak Oil and climate change, and more
10th May 19, 10:00am
8th May 19, 12:09pm
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What people are saying about the Government's announced targets on reducing emissions to limit global warming
What people are saying about the Government's announced targets on reducing emissions to limit global warming
8th May 19, 12:09pm
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8th May 19, 10:36am
Government commits to treating biological emissions differently to other greenhouse gas emissions as it introduces zero carbon legislation to Parliament; Fails to secure full support from National
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Government commits to treating biological emissions differently to other greenhouse gas emissions as it introduces zero carbon legislation to Parliament; Fails to secure full support from National
8th May 19, 10:36am
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30th Apr 19, 7:45pm
Government avoids drawing attention to itself, as it invites oil/gas explorers to onshore Taranaki after banning new offshore exploration
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Government avoids drawing attention to itself, as it invites oil/gas explorers to onshore Taranaki after banning new offshore exploration
30th Apr 19, 7:45pm
29th Apr 19, 4:03pm
Low-risk home, car and contents policyholders to stop subsidising high-risk customers as IAG ups the ante on risk-based pricing; Company denies move is a money grab
Low-risk home, car and contents policyholders to stop subsidising high-risk customers as IAG ups the ante on risk-based pricing; Company denies move is a money grab
29th Apr 19, 4:03pm
26th Apr 19, 1:24pm
Government considers capping councils' liability for covering costs of shonky building work; MBIE hesitant, builders supportive, insurers want risks mitigated
Government considers capping councils' liability for covering costs of shonky building work; MBIE hesitant, builders supportive, insurers want risks mitigated
26th Apr 19, 1:24pm
22nd Apr 19, 10:02am
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A shift to clean energy is now feasible owing to the plummeting costs of solar and wind power, and breakthroughs in energy storage. The total system costs of renewable energy now rival fossil fuels
A shift to clean energy is now feasible owing to the plummeting costs of solar and wind power, and breakthroughs in energy storage. The total system costs of renewable energy now rival fossil fuels
22nd Apr 19, 10:02am
12th Apr 19, 10:00am
Tom Coupe and Olivier Gergaud on the contribution of wine to the NZ economy, climate change & wine, wine as an investment, wine quality and wine research
Tom Coupe and Olivier Gergaud on the contribution of wine to the NZ economy, climate change & wine, wine as an investment, wine quality and wine research
12th Apr 19, 10:00am
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11th Apr 19, 7:20am
Energy analyst John Kidd on the extent to which OMV's ambitious plans to drill in the Great South Basin will comfort NZ gas users in the face of rapidly depleting reserves
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Energy analyst John Kidd on the extent to which OMV's ambitious plans to drill in the Great South Basin will comfort NZ gas users in the face of rapidly depleting reserves
11th Apr 19, 7:20am
3rd Apr 19, 10:24am
Guy Trafford also assesses the SFF result in light of industry volumes processes for sheep, beef and venison and the seasonal impacts
Guy Trafford also assesses the SFF result in light of industry volumes processes for sheep, beef and venison and the seasonal impacts
3rd Apr 19, 10:24am
30th Mar 19, 4:27pm
TOP Leader Geoff Simmons on why we need to listen to the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment
TOP Leader Geoff Simmons on why we need to listen to the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment
30th Mar 19, 4:27pm

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