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New Zealand is touting a green hydrogen economy, but it will face big environmental and cultural hurdles
4th Aug 22, 8:48am
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New Zealand is touting a green hydrogen economy, but it will face big environmental and cultural hurdles
Kevin Trenberth offers a climate change explainer, including the scale of the problem, how to tackle it, and how much this all costs
22nd Jul 22, 12:35pm
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Kevin Trenberth offers a climate change explainer, including the scale of the problem, how to tackle it, and how much this all costs
 David Cohen on the top 5 elements affecting the New Zealand supply chain & why it's beyond time to change the way we manage our supply chains
15th Jul 22, 10:30am
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 David Cohen on the top 5 elements affecting the New Zealand supply chain & why it's beyond time to change the way we manage our supply chains
ANZ launches 'Good Energy Home Loan' allowing home owners to top up an extra $80,000 for a range of energy saving projects - including buying an EV - at a 1% pa rate for 3 years
4th Jul 22, 10:01am
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ANZ launches 'Good Energy Home Loan' allowing home owners to top up an extra $80,000 for a range of energy saving projects - including buying an EV - at a 1% pa rate for 3 years
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
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson says if we want lower price inflation, energy prices must fall significantly
28th Jun 22, 9:52am
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Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson says if we want lower price inflation, energy prices must fall significantly
Agustín Carstens of the Bank for international Settlements warns a new era of persistently high inflation may be upon us, saying the lessons of the 1970s must be heeded
27th Jun 22, 10:04am
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Agustín Carstens of the Bank for international Settlements warns a new era of persistently high inflation may be upon us, saying the lessons of the 1970s must be heeded
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
John Mauldin says taming inflation will be difficult, and the US Federal Reserve will have to clamp down even harder
20th Jun 22, 10:13am
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John Mauldin says taming inflation will be difficult, and the US Federal Reserve will have to clamp down even harder
Economist Brian Easton says we again face the question of 40 years ago: what are effective development strategies?
13th Jun 22, 8:51am
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Economist Brian Easton says we again face the question of 40 years ago: what are effective development strategies?
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics is excited about the potential of geothermal energy, saying near-unlimited electricity everywhere could enable massive changes
25th May 22, 10:54am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics is excited about the potential of geothermal energy, saying near-unlimited electricity everywhere could enable massive changes
A repeat of 1970s-style stagflation is unlikely but high inflation needs to end soon, Bank for International Settlements bulletin article argues
23rd May 22, 8:30am
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A repeat of 1970s-style stagflation is unlikely but high inflation needs to end soon, Bank for International Settlements bulletin article argues
Budget 2022/23 - Summary of all spending plans
20th May 22, 2:51pm
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Budget 2022/23 - Summary of all spending plans
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
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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
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How New Zealand could become a world leader in decarbonisation using forestry and geothermal technology
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
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
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Chief Executive Jo Hendy sets out the Climate Change Commission’s expectations for the Government’s first Emissions Reduction Plan
Murray Grimwood outlines why and how be believes our relationship with, and understanding of, energy must change
6th May 22, 9:28am
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Murray Grimwood outlines why and how be believes our relationship with, and understanding of, energy must change
Going nuclear: Milford Asset Management's Roland Houghton looks at the pros and cons of nuclear power against the backdrop of a global energy crisis
2nd Apr 22, 9:22am
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Going nuclear: Milford Asset Management's Roland Houghton looks at the pros and cons of nuclear power against the backdrop of a global energy crisis
As cryptocurrencies take hold, NZ must address the climate impacts of their colossal energy demand
31st Mar 22, 7:47am
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As cryptocurrencies take hold, NZ must address the climate impacts of their colossal energy demand
NZ Super Fund says it plans a development that would power over 650,000 homes and be much the biggest of its type in the country
29th Mar 22, 9:32am
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NZ Super Fund says it plans a development that would power over 650,000 homes and be much the biggest of its type in the country
John Mauldin says with energy spikes preceding almost every recession in the past 80 years, another one is coming now and it will be global
14th Mar 22, 12:05pm
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John Mauldin says with energy spikes preceding almost every recession in the past 80 years, another one is coming now and it will be global
Cabinet to consider Russian sanctions bill on Monday; NZ supports IEA's emergency release of oil reserves to curb soaring prices
2nd Mar 22, 1:38pm
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Cabinet to consider Russian sanctions bill on Monday; NZ supports IEA's emergency release of oil reserves to curb soaring prices
Government confidence Russia's 'illegal invasion' of Ukraine won't affect NZ's fuel supply; Responds to conflict with travel ban and prohibition of some exports to Russia
25th Feb 22, 1:33pm
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Government confidence Russia's 'illegal invasion' of Ukraine won't affect NZ's fuel supply; Responds to conflict with travel ban and prohibition of some exports to Russia
Harbour Asset Management's Hamish Pepper & Chris Di Leva look at the Top 10 risks and opportunities for 2022
19th Dec 21, 7:39am
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Harbour Asset Management's Hamish Pepper & Chris Di Leva look at the Top 10 risks and opportunities for 2022