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EVs and Beyond feature profiling 10 signatories and their NZ and world first EVs.
Climate Change and Business Conference – Time is ticking: Why acting now on climate is a non-negotiable for business
BusinessDesk story profiling the upcoming Climate Change and Business Conference.
CLC and SBC piece featured in BusinessDesk featuring 10 solar projects being undertaken by our member businesses.
While many businesses may feel that now is not the right time to start reducing emissions, taking climate action sooner rather than later will not only work out cheaper in the long run, it also offers a valuable opportunity for companies to lead and fuel innovation.
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Co-funding from the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) through the Low Emissions Transport Fund (LETF) will enable Z Energy (Z) to take a significant step forward in the scaling up of its EV charging network by supporting EV charging capability at seven Z sites.
It’s been a hot summer and we’re not the only ones feeling the heat. As temperatures rise globally, heat stress is becoming more common in our national dairy herd too.
Fortunately, Kiwi scientists are one step closer to enabling farmers to breed more heat tolerant cows after a trial found that dairy cows with the ‘slick’ gene are less affected by heat stress compared to their non-slick counterparts.
As the sole participating bank in the deal, the Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) has executed the first ESG-linked derivative in the market with Metlifecare, a retirement village and aged care provider.
Auckland Council is excited to announce the Women4Climate Mentorship Programme, aimed at women making a difference on climate action initiatives. The programme combines mentorship, remote training, collaborative learning and networking opportunities for 10 to 20 women in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Efforts by leading engineering and environmental consultancy WSP New Zealand to reduce carbon emissions have been officially recognised as meeting the requirements of the Climate Leaders Coalition’s higher ambition statement.
Anchor has launched its plant-based bottle, which is recyclable, in the South Island. The availability of the bottle in the South Island demonstrates Fonterra’s commitment to have all packaging reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025.
Four potential development partners have been shortlisted to build the world’s first large-scale green hydrogen plant in Southland.
Southern Green Hydrogen project, a joint venture between Meridian Energy and Contact Energy, announced on Tuesday the shortlist comprised of Japanese consortium of Mitsui & Co, leading gases and engineering company BOC, Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), a subsidiary of Australian Fortescue Metals Group, and Woodside Energy Limited, Australia’s leading natural gas producer.
In December, Wellington witnessed a significant milestone towards the decarbonisation of transport with the launch of Ika Rere – the Southern Hemisphere’s first fully electric, high-performance passenger ferry. We speak to Alistair Crossling, Associate Modelling and Analytics at Aurecon, who’s leading the business case for the further development of electric passenger ferry services in Wellington.
Is your business feeling carbon-heavy? Are your waste bins bulging? Is your product a bit out-of-shape?
Then a sustainability tune-up’s in order! Here’s our four-step sustainability workout programme to help your business trim down, tone up, and stay in shape in 2022. (And if you already have a sustainability programme, early in the year is a great time to review it.)
Transport firm Freightways has made a $2.7 million investment into New Zealand operated packaging waste upcycling company SaveBOARD.
The cash has enabled SaveBOARD to open a plant in Te Rapa which became fully operational at the end of last year.
It is now converting up to 4000 tonnes of waste per year into approximately 200,000 construction boards as an innovative solution to the building supplies industry.
Toyota New Zealand is expanding its business activities to explore and support the advancement of hydrogen technology and development here.
EY Oceania has today announced the launch of its Net Zero Centre, designed to assist and accelerate the transition of Australian and New Zealand companies to net-zero by 2050.