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The first Emission Reduction Plan is due to release at the end of May 2022. This is the first time New Zealanders have had the opportunity to see and comment on the targets for carbon emission reduction in three steps to 2035.

We at the Nelson Tasman

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This week a resolution was agreed at the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, which calls for a treaty covering the “full lifecycle” of plastics from production to disposal. It has been described by the head of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) as t

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Electric vehicle (EV) use produce zero emissions of CO2.

Half of New Zealand's CO2 emissions come from transport, of which two-thirds come from light vehicles – cars, SUVs, vans, utes and trucks under 3.5 tonnes. https://www.transport.govt.n

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Usually registering for a conference means you sit back and listen to content from various presenters. This was a conference with a difference: organisers asked delegates to contribute an innovative approach to address the global tobacco pandemic and
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Ian Shapcott and Professor Bill Rees spoke about our relationship to the natural world and the consequences of continued economic growth within a finite ecosystem.

The reasons for climate change are many. With increasing population, displacement of n

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Please read and respond to the Government’s emissions reduction plan Discussion Document, This can help influence the Aotearoa NZ Emissions Reduction Plan and subsequent actions.

The Plan is required by law under the Climate Change Response (Zero Car

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Here is a recording of the NTCF sponsored Webinar held on October 20th, featuring Professor Justin Hodgkiss of the MacDiarmid Institute, Victoria University, and Nathan Surendran, transitions engineer from the Southern Institute of Technology. Justin

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The definition of ecocide is given as: For the purpose of this Statute, "ecocide" means unlawful or wanton acts committed with knowledge that there is a substantial likelihood of severe and either widespread or long-term damage to the environment be
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Here is a link to an active regenerative farming group.  I have subscribed to any regenerative farming tours available in our region.  Maybe I will see some of you their when they happen.

www.calmthefarm.nz

Bruno

 

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