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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
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
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
Fonterra’s new capital structure brings its own risks, designed for choppy seas but not for a storm
5th May 22, 7:48am
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Fonterra’s new capital structure brings its own risks, designed for choppy seas but not for a storm
Pine-forest regulation proposals are creating lots of heat with big implications for land-use and the landscape
23rd Apr 22, 9:20am
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Pine-forest regulation proposals are creating lots of heat with big implications for land-use and the landscape
Rural industry leaders are caught between unhappy farmers and unhappy ministers as they try to find a pathway through the GHG dilemma
7th Apr 22, 8:30am
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Rural industry leaders are caught between unhappy farmers and unhappy ministers as they try to find a pathway through the GHG dilemma
As borders open and international travel resumes, will New Zealand’s sky-high aviation emissions take off again?
29th Mar 22, 3:57pm
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As borders open and international travel resumes, will New Zealand’s sky-high aviation emissions take off again?
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
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
Now is the time New Zealand needs to get the split-gas system for short and long-lived greenhouse gases locked in
30th Nov 21, 10:34am
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Now is the time New Zealand needs to get the split-gas system for short and long-lived greenhouse gases locked in
New Emissions Trading Scheme targets plus foreshadowed changes to forestry rules add new uncertainties to carbon investment decisions
17th Nov 21, 9:33am
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New Emissions Trading Scheme targets plus foreshadowed changes to forestry rules add new uncertainties to carbon investment decisions
Guy Trafford highlights the political games being played at COP26, the fact that only a handful of countries can make any meaningful difference, and how science can cut dairy methane by 50% of the target with one practical innovation
12th Nov 21, 3:10pm
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Guy Trafford highlights the political games being played at COP26, the fact that only a handful of countries can make any meaningful difference, and how science can cut dairy methane by 50% of the target with one practical innovation
Carbon and forestry, increasingly linked to overseas investors, continue to outmuscle sheep and beef but nothing about carbon is simple
20th Oct 21, 1:52pm
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Carbon and forestry, increasingly linked to overseas investors, continue to outmuscle sheep and beef but nothing about carbon is simple
There are close on 400,000 hectares of non-registered post-1989 forests eligible to join the ETS. Once registered, many owners could within one year earn $7500 or more per hectare in historical credits back to 2018
7th Oct 21, 9:17am
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There are close on 400,000 hectares of non-registered post-1989 forests eligible to join the ETS. Once registered, many owners could within one year earn $7500 or more per hectare in historical credits back to 2018
The Government never foresaw the land-use forces they were unleashing with the ETS
22nd Sep 21, 4:43pm
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The Government never foresaw the land-use forces they were unleashing with the ETS
The carbon price is now high enough to change land-use sufficiently to blow away sheep and beef, but too low to significantly influence emission behaviours elsewhere
8th Sep 21, 6:31am
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The carbon price is now high enough to change land-use sufficiently to blow away sheep and beef, but too low to significantly influence emission behaviours elsewhere
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
Different season, different experience: this L4 lockdown reprise will be different on the farm says Guy Trafford. And there are updated minimum and trigger prices for the next round of NZ Units to be auctioned in September
24th Aug 21, 9:53am
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Different season, different experience: this L4 lockdown reprise will be different on the farm says Guy Trafford. And there are updated minimum and trigger prices for the next round of NZ Units to be auctioned in September
Keith Woodford reminds farmers the price of carbon is determined by Government. There lies the risk for carbon farming
23rd Aug 21, 10:41am
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Keith Woodford reminds farmers the price of carbon is determined by Government. There lies the risk for carbon farming
Although the carbon emission risk from forest fires or windfall is currently low, Guy Trafford reckons it will rise faster as more forest conversions take hold. Investors may be underestimating the risk; farmers may have options for small blocks
11th Aug 21, 9:01am
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Although the carbon emission risk from forest fires or windfall is currently low, Guy Trafford reckons it will rise faster as more forest conversions take hold. Investors may be underestimating the risk; farmers may have options for small blocks
Angus Kebbell talks with Grant Bunting of the Processor Working Group set up to help farmers work out their greenhouse gas footprint and build a plan to reduce it
2nd Aug 21, 9:19am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Grant Bunting of the Processor Working Group set up to help farmers work out their greenhouse gas footprint and build a plan to reduce it
Guy Trafford explains how the New Zealand carbon pricing system works, how 'supply' influences the price, who has the big exemptions, and how it compares to the EU and China versions
2nd Aug 21, 8:45am
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Guy Trafford explains how the New Zealand carbon pricing system works, how 'supply' influences the price, who has the big exemptions, and how it compares to the EU and China versions
Guy Trafford pulls together the various strands of our developing carbon price policies as debate extends around the Climate Change Commission's draft report
11th Feb 21, 9:42am
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Guy Trafford pulls together the various strands of our developing carbon price policies as debate extends around the Climate Change Commission's draft report
Angus Kebbell takes an updated look at the farm succession problem, looking at how new realities are affecting the options. He also points out carbon neutrality is probably closer for many farms than is realised
10th Oct 20, 9:15am
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Angus Kebbell takes an updated look at the farm succession problem, looking at how new realities are affecting the options. He also points out carbon neutrality is probably closer for many farms than is realised
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Environment - Emissions Trading Scheme
25th Jul 20, 5:55am
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Election 2020 - Party Policies - Environment - Emissions Trading Scheme