Joint submission with the Sustainable Business Council to the Ministry of Transport on pathways to net zero by 2050.
Sustainable Business Council and Climate Leaders Coalition joint submission to the Climate Change Commission on its 2021 draft advice for consultation.
Briefing to incoming government on behalf of the Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and Climate Leaders Coalition (CLC) on practical actions that can be taken over the next three years to accelerate the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in New Zealand.
What do craft beer, chardonnay, insurance, and breathing masks have in common? Every time you buy them, you are supporting 100% renewable energy.
Meridian Energy offers New Zealand businesses a new product for them to show their support for 100% renewable energy, and reduce their Scope 2 emissions at the same time. The product is enabled by the New Zealand Energy Certificate System (NZECS), administered by Certified Energy.
Second anniversary snapshot report from the Climate Leaders Coalition.
This document outlines the Coalition’s strategy for the period 2020-2025.
OCS New Zealand is a major employer in the cleaning and facilities management industry, with significant partnerships in government, education and aviation. It has recently been awarded Carbonreduce certification by Toitū Envirocare – the first major company in its industry sector to gain the prestigious endorsement.
This cheat sheet is for people preparing or planning communications to promote meaningful climate action. It’s designed to be used together with our message guide to talking about climate change (below), where the key concepts we reference here are described in detail. Think of it as a quick memory aid to remind you of the key principles. Please refer back to the message guide whenever you need more details. This cheat sheet is based on research conducted by The Workshop on behalf of Oxfam New Zealand and was funded by Meridian Energy.
Quick guide for businesses considering installing EV charging infrastructure.
Lower carbon freight – find out how Lyttelton Port Company helped their customers, including The Warehouse Group, calculate how to reduce their carbon emissions from freight by up to 50% – with a little help from Aecom, KiwiRail and Enviro-Mark Solutions.