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Greenhouse gas emissions

Industry groups now need to decide how to manage the HWEN stand-off with the risk of being left outside the tent
20th Jul 22, 12:45pm
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Industry groups now need to decide how to manage the HWEN stand-off with the risk of being left outside the tent
The methane debate is more about politics, policy and value judgements than it is about science
29th Jun 22, 11:41am
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The methane debate is more about politics, policy and value judgements than it is about science
Big methane decisions lie ahead that will affect all New Zealanders, Keith Woodford says
15th Jun 22, 1:53pm
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Big methane decisions lie ahead that will affect all New Zealanders, Keith Woodford says
It's the end of the road for talking about greenhouse gas emissions says Alan Barber. Now is decision time for a program that incentivises emissions reductions at farm level which will give the best signals to our customers we have done the right thing
16th Apr 22, 9:57am
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It's the end of the road for talking about greenhouse gas emissions says Alan Barber. Now is decision time for a program that incentivises emissions reductions at farm level which will give the best signals to our customers we have done the right thing
IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
5th Apr 22, 9:20am
by Guest
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IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
Imported carbon makes up the lion's share of New Zealand's carbon footprint, with households driving most of it
15th Jan 22, 9:29am
by Toby Allen
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Imported carbon makes up the lion's share of New Zealand's carbon footprint, with households driving most of it
Kevin Rudd says Australia is now heading in reverse, falling behind most developed countries, and even China, on reducing emissions and building resilience against climate change
16th Oct 19, 10:33am
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Kevin Rudd says Australia is now heading in reverse, falling behind most developed countries, and even China, on reducing emissions and building resilience against climate change
Guy Trafford tries to unpick the practical cost impact on livestock farmers from the new agricultural emissions plan, revealing significant disparities. An RMA review is announced
25th Jul 19, 9:36am
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Guy Trafford tries to unpick the practical cost impact on livestock farmers from the new agricultural emissions plan, revealing significant disparities. An RMA review is announced
Guy Trafford suggests the Government should focus more on transport to reduce greenhouse gas emissions rather than agriculture and bring everybody to the table to feel some of the pain
18th Jul 19, 12:01pm
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Guy Trafford suggests the Government should focus more on transport to reduce greenhouse gas emissions rather than agriculture and bring everybody to the table to feel some of the pain
Keith Woodford explains why methane and carbon dioxide need separate accounting systems rather than being lumped together in a single emissions trading scheme
8th May 18, 12:30pm
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Keith Woodford explains why methane and carbon dioxide need separate accounting systems rather than being lumped together in a single emissions trading scheme
Jenée Tibshraeny uses data to illustrate what the oil and gas industry looks like, to inform the discussion around where NZ might be left if it was phased out
29th Mar 18, 10:18am
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Jenée Tibshraeny uses data to illustrate what the oil and gas industry looks like, to inform the discussion around where NZ might be left if it was phased out
Simon Terry says if NZ's to meet commitments signed up to in the 1997 Kyoto Protocol we may face a huge financial liability
9th Dec 14, 2:00pm
by Guest
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Simon Terry says if NZ's to meet commitments signed up to in the 1997 Kyoto Protocol we may face a huge financial liability
Carlos Chambers on building up not out, Alibaba, growth and reducing carbon pollution, NZ's fossil fuel industry, Gareth Morgan's Bluegreen Party and more
29th Sep 14, 10:53am
by Guest
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Carlos Chambers on building up not out, Alibaba, growth and reducing carbon pollution, NZ's fossil fuel industry, Gareth Morgan's Bluegreen Party and more
Facing the right costs right would help companies and households better understand the full value of reducing greenhouse gas emissions
25th Jul 14, 12:27pm
by Guest
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Facing the right costs right would help companies and households better understand the full value of reducing greenhouse gas emissions
A total of $83 mln will be spent over 18 years to reduce rural emissions 30% by 2030 reports Allan Barber. A good investment?
5th Feb 13, 9:07am
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A total of $83 mln will be spent over 18 years to reduce rural emissions 30% by 2030 reports Allan Barber. A good investment?
Bruce Wills says our pastoral farming systems are worth celebrating allowing us to be world competitive without subsidies. Your view?
2nd Nov 12, 3:45pm
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Bruce Wills says our pastoral farming systems are worth celebrating allowing us to be world competitive without subsidies. Your view?
NIWA eyes objective measure of nitrogen loss from farms
9th Jun 10, 12:35pm
NIWA eyes objective measure of nitrogen loss from farms
Poll result: NZ shouldn't reduce greenhouse gas emissions at all
17th Aug 09, 9:44am
Poll result: NZ shouldn't reduce greenhouse gas emissions at all