Search Results for: climate

The Bulletin: Four key questions for the climate strikers

Four key questions for the climate strikers, unvaccinated border worker tests positive, and big implications of ban on arrivals from India.

The Bulletin: Climate Change Commission feedback starts coming in

Climate Change Commission feedback starts coming in, public housing waiting list hits ugly new highs, and commissioners set out plan for Tauranga

The most dangerous climate polluters are hiding in plain sight

A new report exposing bottom trawling as a major contributor to climate change shows how widely held climate crisis narratives often obscure the worst polluters.

The climate crisis is seeping into books and making them really, really weird

How reading and writing must now imagine the world anew.

Beware the handbrakes on climate change action

Calls for transparency in modelling by the Climate Change Commission are well and good, but they must not be a mechanism to slow down the urgent work.

Can Auckland’s $150m climate change plan save the city from disaster?

Some are questioning whether the council's investment will protect the city’s most vulnerable residents.

Enough with the focus on ‘targets’. We need real climate action – right now

While we debate convoluted carbon trading or offsetting schemes, the climate crisis accelerates.

The house that climate built

Achieving our emission reduction obligations means changing the nature of our homes. Here's how we can do that.

100 Year Forecast: What can we do about climate change?

Watch all five episodes of 100 Year Forecast and see the special interactive website now.

100 Year Forecast: What will climate change mean for our animals?

Watch all five episodes of 100 Year Forecast and see the special interactive website now.

100 Year Forecast: How do we know the climate is changing?

Watch all five episodes of 100 Year Forecast and see the special interactive website now.

New Zealand’s most important day yet fighting the climate crisis

2021 is going to be the year New Zealand gets serious about climate change – or explains to the world why it never will.

Trees are our great weapons against climate change. But what if they stop soaking?

A new study suggests that trees' ability to soak up carbon could expire. Eek.

The Bulletin: What comes next after climate emergency declaration

What comes next after climate emergency declaration, petition against parole for cop-killers delivered, and well-known fashion company under fire.

Live updates, December 2: Climate emergency declared; National rejects ‘virtue signalling’

All the latest news from New Zealand, updated throughout the day.

Jacinda Ardern: NZ’s declaration of a climate emergency

A notice of motion declaring a climate emergency and a series of other steps including 'becoming a carbon-neutral government by 2025'.

Give power to Māori and marginalised communities and we’ll get through the climate emergency

Today, our parliament will declare a climate emergency. Three young climate leaders say it’s a grim marker of the scale of human-caused planetary collapse, but we need to ensure the government does not sacrifice the important for the urgent. 

Live updates, November 23: Ardern discusses Covid-19, climate change in call with Joe Biden

All the latest news from New Zealand, updated throughout the day.

Removing the stain of climate change from washing products

Unilever is on a mission to eliminate fossil-derived carbon from all of its cleaning products by 2030.

Cool climate move or hot air? Waiheke unveils new electric buses

For a whole lot of Auckland notables, the hottest ticket in town this week has been a trip to see the unveiling of Waiheke Island's new electric buses.

How giving native trees helps tackle climate change – and Christmas waste

More than 500,000 native trees have been planted through the Trees That Count programme, funded by New Zealanders and the local business community.

The Bulletin: Climate change already happening, says new report

New report shows climate change already affecting New Zealand, new crop of managed isolation Covid cases, and National leader and ousted electorate MPs all staying on.

Future Act MP held ‘climate hysteria skeptics’ meetings at high school

The Act Party’s number four candidate also criticised the “myth of settled science” around climate change.

The Bulletin: Labour puts little new in climate policy

Labour puts little new in climate policy, community cases once again down to zero, and Collins has a bad day out in Ponsonby.

What we can do about climate change | 100 Year Forecast

2020 has been a hell of a year. But if there is a silver lining, the pandemic may have given us a blueprint for how to solve the climate crisis. 100 …

What climate change will mean for our animals | 100 Year Forecast

The ocean is immense, but climate change means the creatures that call it home are starting to run out of places they can go. And the same thing is happening …

100 Year Forecast: What can we do about climate change?

Watch all five episodes of 100 Year Forecast and see the special interactive website now.