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Gareth Vaughan on the RBNZ's competition reticence, landlordism & the housing crisis, Biden's crisis management blueprint, SWIFT & CBDCs, Germany's €23b green experiment
31st Mar 24, 6:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on the RBNZ's competition reticence, landlordism & the housing crisis, Biden's crisis management blueprint, SWIFT & CBDCs, Germany's €23b green experiment
A survey for Federated Farmers shows over a quarter of farmers feeling under pressure from banks while overall satisfaction levels with the banks have dropped
18th Dec 23, 1:16pm
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A survey for Federated Farmers shows over a quarter of farmers feeling under pressure from banks while overall satisfaction levels with the banks have dropped
COP28 missed the chance to set a firm, scientifically-backed benchmark for future fossil fuel use, Alaa Khourdajie, Chris Bataille & Lars Nilsson says
15th Dec 23, 9:47am
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COP28 missed the chance to set a firm, scientifically-backed benchmark for future fossil fuel use, Alaa Khourdajie, Chris Bataille & Lars Nilsson says
The disagreement between two climate scientists that could decide our future
12th Dec 23, 7:02am
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The disagreement between two climate scientists that could decide our future
Mark Fabian asks whether green growth or degrowth is the right way to tackle climate change
27th Nov 23, 12:22pm
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Mark Fabian asks whether green growth or degrowth is the right way to tackle climate change
Christina Hood explains why New Zealand is one of the easiest countries in the world in which to get to net zero emissions of greenhouse gases
8th Nov 23, 2:30pm
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Christina Hood explains why New Zealand is one of the easiest countries in the world in which to get to net zero emissions of greenhouse gases
The need for and production of food isn't going away. Angus Kebbell says we should celebrate the work farmers do, and make sure the progress they make on climate change is science-based to protect global food security
16th Sep 23, 10:43am
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The need for and production of food isn't going away. Angus Kebbell says we should celebrate the work farmers do, and make sure the progress they make on climate change is science-based to protect global food security
Farmers' lobby group wants rural banking probe, suggests banks' moves towards net-zero could reduce competition in agricultural banking
13th Sep 23, 8:28pm
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Farmers' lobby group wants rural banking probe, suggests banks' moves towards net-zero could reduce competition in agricultural banking
Government passes a law removing any obligation to promote the mining industry as it focuses on reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050
24th Aug 23, 4:53pm
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Government passes a law removing any obligation to promote the mining industry as it focuses on reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050
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With BNZ having a target to reduce its financed dairy farming emissions through membership of the UN-convened Net Zero Banking Alliance, where are other key NZ rural lenders at?
15th Aug 23, 5:00am
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With BNZ having a target to reduce its financed dairy farming emissions through membership of the UN-convened Net Zero Banking Alliance, where are other key NZ rural lenders at?
NZ’s gas problem: phasing out natural gas in homes demands affordable alternatives first, John Tookey says
25th May 23, 10:07am
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NZ’s gas problem: phasing out natural gas in homes demands affordable alternatives first, John Tookey says
Global warming to bring record hot year by 2028 – probably our first above 1.5°C limit, Andrew King says
18th May 23, 10:54am
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Global warming to bring record hot year by 2028 – probably our first above 1.5°C limit, Andrew King says
Tourism Industry Aotearoa's Chief Executive on the challenges of resuming overseas tourism and striving to be regenerative
26th Oct 22, 10:05am
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Tourism Industry Aotearoa's Chief Executive on the challenges of resuming overseas tourism and striving to be regenerative
Digital technology can help NZ's 'last bus stop on the planet' economy improve productivity, RBNZ's Paul Conway says
7th Sep 22, 12:02pm
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Digital technology can help NZ's 'last bus stop on the planet' economy improve productivity, RBNZ's Paul Conway says
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
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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
Josep Borrell and Werner Hoyer offer a blueprint for reducing Europe's dependence on Russian energy as fast as possible
30th Apr 22, 10:30am
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Josep Borrell and Werner Hoyer offer a blueprint for reducing Europe's dependence on Russian energy as fast as possible
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
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David Hall looks at how New Zealand could reduce emissions faster and rely less on offsets to reach net zero
IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
5th Apr 22, 9:20am
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IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity
Mads Nipper urges companies to align around a newly developed common framework for decarbonising their value chains
6th Feb 22, 4:35pm
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Mads Nipper urges companies to align around a newly developed common framework for decarbonising their value chains
The globalisation debate offers lessons on what to do (and what not to do) in climate change policy: address the domestic politics of the transition
20th Nov 21, 1:18pm
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The globalisation debate offers lessons on what to do (and what not to do) in climate change policy: address the domestic politics of the transition
Governments will have to ramp up spending on environment and climate protection to get to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, the Institute of International Finance says
18th Nov 21, 10:05am
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Governments will have to ramp up spending on environment and climate protection to get to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, the Institute of International Finance says
Beyond near-term inflation concerns, David Skilling says policy should focus on managing price pressures from structural changes in labour markets & globalisation - and net zero
7th Nov 21, 8:59am
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Beyond near-term inflation concerns, David Skilling says policy should focus on managing price pressures from structural changes in labour markets & globalisation - and net zero