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Business leaders call for meaningful climate action

Business leaders call for meaningful climate action

The Climate Leaders' Coalition - whose signatories are responsible for almost 60 percent of the country's greenhouse gas emissions - will today officially launch a Statement of Ambition, which aims for meaningful climate action.

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Z and Ampol – the future is low carbon

Z and Ampol – the future is low carbon

Both Z and Ampol recognise the urgent need to transition away from fossil fuels – it’s what our customers expect and is a key part of our joint aspiration.

At its core, Z’s Low Carbon Transition strategy is about being relevant to the daily lives of New Zealanders now and into the low-emissions future, aiming to meet them wherever they are along the way with real options to solve what matters for them in their own sustainability journey.

ESP acquires BraveGen in bid for energy efficiency

ESP acquires BraveGen in bid for energy efficiency

New Zealand owned and operated company ESP has acquired environment and social governance data management specialist, BraveGen, which it says creates the country’s largest energy efficiency and sustainability management solutions software and services business.

ESP says it identified the need for integrated carbon accounting and emissions reduction services while meeting New Zealand’s demand for faster and more efficient carbon emission reduction.

EECA – How to cut your transport emissions and improve your carbon footprint

EECA – How to cut your transport emissions and improve your carbon footprint

Major reductions in transport are critical to achieving New Zealand’s commitment of being carbon neutral by 2050 – with 42 per cent of our carbon dioxide emissions attributed to vehicles.

For most New Zealanders, fossil-fuelled vehicles are the biggest source of our individual emissions, with nearly 70 per cent of all transport CO2 emissions coming from cars, SUVs, utes, vans and light trucks.

Transpower launches green finance programme in a first for transmission grids

Transpower launches green finance programme in a first for transmission grids

Transpower today announces the launch of its Green Finance Programme, Certified under the global
Climate Bonds Standard. This important step reflects Transpower’s commitment to achieving a net
zero carbon transmission grid and supporting Aotearoa New Zealand’s net zero carbon targets. This
is the first Certification globally of a transmission grid under the newly published Electrical Grids and
Storage criteria.