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Guy Trafford tracks the national GHG net emissions levels, setting the agriculture trajectory, especially compared to transport. There is a lot to do, and not just on the farm, to reach the 2030 goal
28th Apr 21, 2:29pm
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Guy Trafford tracks the national GHG net emissions levels, setting the agriculture trajectory, especially compared to transport. There is a lot to do, and not just on the farm, to reach the 2030 goal
Labour Governments have been successful in harnessing markets to tackle problems. They could do it again to tackle agricultural emissions, says Alex Duncan
18th Nov 20, 9:08am
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Labour Governments have been successful in harnessing markets to tackle problems. They could do it again to tackle agricultural emissions, says Alex Duncan
Climate Change Commission chairman Rod Carr sees opportunity to have a good think about what sort of tourism sector we want, raises idea of running it like one big national park
23rd Apr 20, 10:00am
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Climate Change Commission chairman Rod Carr sees opportunity to have a good think about what sort of tourism sector we want, raises idea of running it like one big national park
The World Meteorological Organisation says the warming effect of long-lived greenhouse gasses has increased by 41% since 1990
24th Nov 18, 9:16am
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The World Meteorological Organisation says the warming effect of long-lived greenhouse gasses has increased by 41% since 1990
Guy Trafford points out that taxing farming carbon output will just reduce or close local production, with urban food then sourced overseas. First-mover actions will be an own-goal
1st May 18, 8:39am
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Guy Trafford points out that taxing farming carbon output will just reduce or close local production, with urban food then sourced overseas. First-mover actions will be an own-goal
NZ's climate change goals face a problem, with many eggs in the basket of waiting for agreement on an international carbon market, which has no guarantee of happening; 2030 may be closer than we think
27th Jul 17, 5:02am
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NZ's climate change goals face a problem, with many eggs in the basket of waiting for agreement on an international carbon market, which has no guarantee of happening; 2030 may be closer than we think
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson defends President Trump's move to pull US from Paris Climate Accord, says decision was in best interests of American people
6th Jun 17, 4:22pm
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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson defends President Trump's move to pull US from Paris Climate Accord, says decision was in best interests of American people
Warnings on New Zealand's environmental performance this week mean the intergenerational debate just got real in an election year, Alex Tarrant says
26th Mar 17, 6:02am
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Warnings on New Zealand's environmental performance this week mean the intergenerational debate just got real in an election year, Alex Tarrant says
Opinion: NZ's conservatives don't like GST exemptions, so where are their principles in other debates like over the ETS?
8th Aug 11, 11:13am
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Opinion: NZ's conservatives don't like GST exemptions, so where are their principles in other debates like over the ETS?
Labour to bring agriculture back under ETS by 2013 to pay for R&D tax credits; Will hike minimum wage to NZ$15, Goff says
22nd May 11, 12:50pm
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Labour to bring agriculture back under ETS by 2013 to pay for R&D tax credits; Will hike minimum wage to NZ$15, Goff says
Opinion: NZ needs to watch Australian carbon tax moves
31st Jul 09, 12:36pm
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Opinion: NZ needs to watch Australian carbon tax moves