The world's biggest dairy exporter, New Zealand's Fonterra, has found itself caught in the crossfire of an unexpected new controversy: a global environmental campaign against the destruction of rainforests.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has been roundly criticised by environment and sustainability groups back home for his COP21 performance, particularly for advocating for non-binding emissions reductions targets, and calling for a fossil fuel subsidy phase out while continuing to subsidise fossil fuel exploration and development activities in NZ.
Dubbed "Our Climate, Our Health", a global campaign kicked off last October 12 in more than a dozen countries to unite the health sector under one banner in the lead-up to the Paris climate conference this December.
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Leveraging the power of business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis is the most powerful way to initiate change on a wider scale, says Patagonia Australia and New Zealand General Manager Dane O’Shanassy.
In Australia, Queensland and New South Wales will soon have a "one stop shop" for environmental approvals and assessment, including a 12-month limit on the assessment process. The reforms, according ...
Pure Advantage's new independent report, Green Growth: Opportunities for New Zealand, is the first robust analytical assessment of New Zealand's green growth economic opportunities within a global context.
Pure Advantage, the not-for-profit organisation developing a green growth strategy for New Zealand, released a significant report into New Zealand's position in the global green economy. It details how New ...