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Long-form radio interview between RNZ Nine to Noon host Kathryn Ryan and the Coalition’s CEO Steering Group Convenor Jolie Hodson (CEO Spark) on the key insights from the Snapshot Report.
Fourth Snapshot Report shows business focus and investment into climate action proves resilient in face of tough economic conditions
The Climate Leaders Coalition’s fourth annual Snapshot Report released today shows business focus and investment into climate action is proving resilient despite a challenging economic environment.
The critical role of business in transitioning Aotearoa New Zealand to a zero-carbon economy will be centre stage in Tāmaki Makaurau next week at the largest Climate Change and Business Conference yet.
CLC and SBC: National Adaptation Plan critical framework for building New Zealand’s climate resilience
The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and Climate Leaders Coalition (CLC) welcome the release of the Government’s first National Adaptation Plan (NAP) as the first step to develop an effective and enduring adaptation response for Aotearoa New Zealand.
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The research arm of leading design and engineering firm WSP in New Zealand has just received $9.1 million in funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s (MBIE) Endeavour Fund to investigate use of biomass as a replacement for roading bitumen.
Contact Energy’s plans to build a fourth geothermal power station at its Te Huka site in Taupō could create up to 250 new jobs and inject an estimated $140m into the local and national economies.
In the shift away from petrol, Toyota is best known as the brand that took hybrid EVs into the mainstream.
But the carmaker has also started to expand its hydrogen efforts.
Z Energy is proud to be partnering with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to support its global programme of work to create the enabling conditions for a thriving blue carbon marketplace.
ANZ is the latest bank to offer discounted loans to businesses that want to fund green initiatives.
Ravensdown’s 2022 Integrated Report published today shows the fertiliser co-operative owned by primary producers is tracking well against its strategic objectives.
A 12 per cent reduction in carbon emissions from fertiliser against the previous year.
A net reduction of scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions of 2,206 tonnes of carbon dioxide (14%) since the base year of 2018.
Confirming plans to convert the company’s Dipton, Southland coal-fired combustor to biomass eliminating at least 1100 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year, almost 10 per cent of Ravensdown’s direct carbon footprint.
Fonterra and DSM are also collaborating to reduce on-farm greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, by exploring applications for DSM’s methane-inhibiting Bovaer® technology in the New Zealand pasture-based farming system.
This month’s sustainability tip: pick up your pen (physical or digital). Why? Because clear, engaging communication and reporting will make your manufacturing business more sustainable. Harnessing the power of words will help you define your sustainability strategy and share it with the people who matter to your business.
Aotearoa New Zealand’s future energy centre, Ara Ake, is working with major road freight and transport companies to help them better assess the options and costs for decarbonising their road fleet.
Ara Ake is partnering with H.W. Richardson Group (HWR) and Freightways to assess the total cost of ownership of different low emissions fleet options. This will be carried out by Auckland University of Technology (AUT) using the publicly available Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) tool developed by Ara Ake.
This month’s Commerce Commission report into building supplies was meant to help improve the quality of our housing stock. So why did it barely even mention green materials, wonders New Zealand Green Building Council head Andrew Eagles.
Scientists have discovered a group of bulls that release 15% less planet-heating methane than average – and more than 30% less than high-emitting animals.
The research, led by diary breeders LIC and CRV, will now breed daughters from the low-emitting group then compare the methane produced by these cows with emissions of the daughters of the highest-methane bulls.
Meat processor Silver Fern Farms (SFF) is moving closer towards a future without coal, as it begins work on a high-temperature heat pump at its Christchurch plant.