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Climate Change Commission Chairman Rod Carr on tackling climate change in an inflationary world, and what's needed from government fiscal policy & RBNZ monetary policy to do so
28th Jun 22, 1:22pm
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Climate Change Commission Chairman Rod Carr on tackling climate change in an inflationary world, and what's needed from government fiscal policy & RBNZ monetary policy to do so
Gareth Vaughan on oil & hubris, how the US could lose the new cold war, can central banks fix the causes of inflation, Vladimir Putin's rich friends, a new take on local politics & NZ's property risk
24th Jun 22, 9:15am
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Gareth Vaughan on oil & hubris, how the US could lose the new cold war, can central banks fix the causes of inflation, Vladimir Putin's rich friends, a new take on local politics & NZ's property risk
A new farming proposal to reduce carbon emissions involves a lot of trust – and a lot of uncertainty
22nd Jun 22, 9:33am
by Guest
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A new farming proposal to reduce carbon emissions involves a lot of trust – and a lot of uncertainty
Gareth Vaughan on copper's turn to shine, victims of a not so stable stablecoin, outing crypto scams, getting grain out of Ukraine & why the global food shock could last years
6th Jun 22, 9:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on copper's turn to shine, victims of a not so stable stablecoin, outing crypto scams, getting grain out of Ukraine & why the global food shock could last years
Big challenges and change lie ahead if methane emissions are to be reduced by 10% by 2030
2nd Jun 22, 7:10am
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Big challenges and change lie ahead if methane emissions are to be reduced by 10% by 2030
ANZ's Chief Economist Richard Yetsenga on government fiscal policy, inflation and 'the climate new normal'
1st Jun 22, 1:52pm
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ANZ's Chief Economist Richard Yetsenga on government fiscal policy, inflation and 'the climate new normal'
The defeat of the boofheads is the victory Australia had to have – writes Chris Trotter
23rd May 22, 11:22am
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The defeat of the boofheads is the victory Australia had to have – writes Chris Trotter
Air of compromise: NZ’s Emissions Reduction Plan reveals a climate budget that’s long on planning, short on strategy
18th May 22, 10:07am
by Guest
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Air of compromise: NZ’s Emissions Reduction Plan reveals a climate budget that’s long on planning, short on strategy
How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
17th May 22, 9:57am
by Guest
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How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
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
Gareth Vaughan on crypto contagion, improving supply chain resilience, mortgage interest rate caps, catching Covid again & again, and a house on stilts falling into the ocean
14th May 22, 9:10am
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Gareth Vaughan on crypto contagion, improving supply chain resilience, mortgage interest rate caps, catching Covid again & again, and a house on stilts falling into the ocean
Let’s loosen the public purse strings so we can spend more on Jobs for Nature and seriously commit to our carbon goals, says Michael Worth
10th May 22, 2:27pm
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Let’s loosen the public purse strings so we can spend more on Jobs for Nature and seriously commit to our carbon goals, says Michael Worth
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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
by Guest
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James Shaw details first three emissions budgets in zero carbon push, says Emissions Reduction Plan to be released May 16
Guy Trafford asks is it worth making wholesale changes to our landscapes for the sake of 0.2% of total world emissions? or are we prepared to pay $870 per household to live with climate change longer?
9th May 22, 11:46am
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Guy Trafford asks is it worth making wholesale changes to our landscapes for the sake of 0.2% of total world emissions? or are we prepared to pay $870 per household to live with climate change longer?
Chief Executive Jo Hendy sets out the Climate Change Commission’s expectations for the Government’s first Emissions Reduction Plan
7th May 22, 10:00am
by Guest
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Chief Executive Jo Hendy sets out the Climate Change Commission’s expectations for the Government’s first Emissions Reduction Plan
RBNZ expects always-on retail payments next year, to stress test banks on rising interest rates & climate change, will consult on cyber data collection
5th May 22, 9:50am
RBNZ expects always-on retail payments next year, to stress test banks on rising interest rates & climate change, will consult on cyber data collection
With seas rising and storms surging, who will pay for New Zealand’s most vulnerable coastal properties?
3rd May 22, 8:48am
by Guest
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With seas rising and storms surging, who will pay for New Zealand’s most vulnerable coastal properties?
NZ Infrastructure Commission launches its first strategy, which highlights major tasks ahead of the country
2nd May 22, 10:00am
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NZ Infrastructure Commission launches its first strategy, which highlights major tasks ahead of the country
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Government planning NZ's first ever comprehensive freight and supply chain strategy against the backdrop of climate change mitigation efforts & COVID-19 disruption
1st May 22, 6:00am
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Government planning NZ's first ever comprehensive freight and supply chain strategy against the backdrop of climate change mitigation efforts & COVID-19 disruption
Alan Barber says governments should invoke the Precautionary Principle when pursuing their climate change goals because the unexpected consequences around food production and consumer prices may end up undermining those climate goals
27th Apr 22, 12:33pm
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Alan Barber says governments should invoke the Precautionary Principle when pursuing their climate change goals because the unexpected consequences around food production and consumer prices may end up undermining those climate goals
Guy Trafford points out that land use has always changed to respond to market signals, so it will continue to evolve as future signals bite. Adapting to a more 'sustainable' use requires you to read the signals well in advance
13th Apr 22, 9:23am
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Guy Trafford points out that land use has always changed to respond to market signals, so it will continue to evolve as future signals bite. Adapting to a more 'sustainable' use requires you to read the signals well in advance
Government signals fuel tax cuts might come to a screeching halt after 3 months, as officials warn gradually removing discounts could be tricky
12th Apr 22, 4:08pm
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Government signals fuel tax cuts might come to a screeching halt after 3 months, as officials warn gradually removing discounts could be tricky
Guy Trafford finds there is something-for-everyone in the UN and IPCC documentation, enabling policy makers and those affected to talk past each other and still claim they are respecting these agreements
9th Apr 22, 9:10am
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Guy Trafford finds there is something-for-everyone in the UN and IPCC documentation, enabling policy makers and those affected to talk past each other and still claim they are respecting these agreements
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
by Guest
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David Hall looks at how New Zealand could reduce emissions faster and rely less on offsets to reach net zero
As borders reopen, can New Zealand reset from high volume to ‘high values’ tourism?
7th Apr 22, 12:34pm
by Guest
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As borders reopen, can New Zealand reset from high volume to ‘high values’ tourism?