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Murray Grimwood traces a long history of 'false narratives', and finds we're now at the point where the consequences are biting hard
27th Sep 21, 1:07pm
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Murray Grimwood traces a long history of 'false narratives', and finds we're now at the point where the consequences are biting hard
It is time to consider options for addressing traffic congestion and air pollution, argues Professor Basil Sharp
20th Mar 21, 9:31am
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It is time to consider options for addressing traffic congestion and air pollution, argues Professor Basil Sharp
Terry Baucher is surprised the Govt won't prioritise any Tax Working Group environmental tax proposals for now, and argues we'll be re-litigating the issue of capital taxation within a decade
18th Apr 19, 8:03am
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Terry Baucher is surprised the Govt won't prioritise any Tax Working Group environmental tax proposals for now, and argues we'll be re-litigating the issue of capital taxation within a decade
Auckland Transport CEO's letter outlines plans for reducing air pollution in Queen Street
29th Mar 19, 7:36am
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Auckland Transport CEO's letter outlines plans for reducing air pollution in Queen Street
Motu researchers on air pollution, free public transport, pre-trial inmates, soccer players’ contracts and learning what phylogeny means in fairy stories
8th Feb 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on air pollution, free public transport, pre-trial inmates, soccer players’ contracts and learning what phylogeny means in fairy stories
Katharine Moody on environmental conflict resolution, towards a circular economy, banning the bag, what we can learn from albatrosses, ethics and environmentalism, Einstein & more
24th Aug 18, 10:00am
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Katharine Moody on environmental conflict resolution, towards a circular economy, banning the bag, what we can learn from albatrosses, ethics and environmentalism, Einstein & more
Brad Potter of Nikko AM shares recollections of a recent trip to China and takes a close look at the country's efforts on pollution and the property bubble
22nd Jan 18, 12:18pm
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Brad Potter of Nikko AM shares recollections of a recent trip to China and takes a close look at the country's efforts on pollution and the property bubble
Gareth Vaughan on Tony Alexander & intergenerational housing warfare, dirty air, bubble blowing central banks, Donald Trump & Silvio Berlusconi, the Fed & bankers, Dilbert & more
22nd Oct 16, 10:02am
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Gareth Vaughan on Tony Alexander & intergenerational housing warfare, dirty air, bubble blowing central banks, Donald Trump & Silvio Berlusconi, the Fed & bankers, Dilbert & more
Government rejects & opposition embraces campaigners' calls for fresh waterways to be made 'swimmable' at the very least
30th Mar 16, 5:02am
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Government rejects & opposition embraces campaigners' calls for fresh waterways to be made 'swimmable' at the very least
China proposes double taxes on excess emissions, to halve them for those who achieve half the National Standard
15th Jun 15, 8:38am
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China proposes double taxes on excess emissions, to halve them for those who achieve half the National Standard
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
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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
Friday's Top 10: Matt Nolan has a detailed look at global warming issues and policies, including the source of rising emissions, China's plans, the NZ Greens, Dilbert & more
6th Jun 14, 10:30am
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Friday's Top 10: Matt Nolan has a detailed look at global warming issues and policies, including the source of rising emissions, China's plans, the NZ Greens, Dilbert & more
Despite the best efforts of many and some undoubted successes, water quailty overall is expected to decline as intensive dairying expands, says Jan Wright in a major new report
21st Nov 13, 10:17am
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Despite the best efforts of many and some undoubted successes, water quailty overall is expected to decline as intensive dairying expands, says Jan Wright in a major new report
Double shot interview: Bernard Hickey talks to Green Party co-leader Russel Norman about intensive dairying, child poverty and the possible need (eventually) for money printing
25th Nov 11, 6:24pm
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Double shot interview: Bernard Hickey talks to Green Party co-leader Russel Norman about intensive dairying, child poverty and the possible need (eventually) for money printing