Josh Pemberton, an intern at Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, describes the Ag Dialogue exercise Motu ran last year. This short film exploring what reducing emissions really means for ...
Soot plays a greater role in global warming than previously believed, The Guardian reports.
A diluted Emissions Trading Scheme, which continues to exclude agricultural emissions, has passed its third reading in Parliament – resulting in calls of “ecocide” from the Greens.
Are agricultural growth and environmental protection mutually exclusive? Or can a balance be struck? Damian Christie takes a dip.
Business and the primary industry are applauding a softening-up of the emissions trading scheme.
The follow-up to the 2003 Dairying and Clean Streams Accord will focus on choosing targets and demonstrating self-improvement, say representatives from Dairy NZ and Fonterra.
Knocking off goats could lead to greater gains in carbon sequestration.
The government yesterday confirmed a delay of the extension of the emissions trading scheme to agriculture.
While Environment Southland’s report on water quality didn’t bode well for the water quality of the area, a new OECD report on water quality describes the overall state of New ...
What would cause more than 500 people in China to flip company cars and storm the offices of a solar company? Solar may be heralded as a viable solution to ...