Mike Joy: Offsetting won’t work, stop emitting fossil carbon
OPINION: The now-ubiquitous notion of “net zero” emissions is at best a delaying tactic.
Call to safeguard tonnes of carbon buried under NZ’s oceans
Report reveals 2 billion tonnes lies in marine sediment - and where it's vulnerable.
'Ludicrous' and 'unfair': What locals think about road-pricing idea for Tauranga
$5 a trip in Auckland? What Tauranga's answer to congestion charging might cost.
Marine heatwaves, La Nina and climate change drive warmest 12 months yet
Analysis shows record-warm run since last October as 2023 set to be planet's hottest year.
Police 'overstepped' in arrest of prolific protester
Climate change protester Peter Wham is fighting back after he was arrested for postering.
Govt faces billion-dollar Emissions Trading Scheme hole
Why another failed ETS auction wouldn't be a "failure".
'Radical idea': Mayor’s managed retreat idea divides council
A late addition to a submission to the Government about managed retreat was presented.
Our climate and nature response: the imperative and opportunity
Our relationship with nature is not ‘just another corporate sustainability issue’.
Sustainability: Is it at risk of becoming a fair-weather friend?
Tim McCready looks at some recent trends that are giving 'sustainability' a mixed outlook.
Former IBM man’s start-up, ClimateTracker, helps firms grapple with new climate reporting requirements
A big customer win locally, and a global hook-up with AWS.
CO2 shortage: Contact Energy’s proposed solution to the bubbles crisis
It's the essential ingredient to keep the bubbles in everything, from lager to lemonade.
Big agenda and some sticky issues ahead for Fonterra's annual meeting
There will be plenty for shareholders to chew over.
Samantha Ladewig: Plastic pollution - another nuclear-free moment?
OPINION: The need for international action is urgent.
Risk of Australian bushfire smoke in NZ skies this summer
Meteorologists will be watching for Australian bushfire smoke travelling here this summer.
Steven Joyce: Rolling back regulation will be new Govt's first mission
OPINION: And the other tasks new Government needs to get to work on.
Editorial: Fifa’s move to Saudi Arabia smells of sportswashing
OPINION: Our editorial on Saudi Arabia being in line to host the 2034 men's World Cup.
Former Nasa scientist warns global warming 'dangerously accelerating'
Expert says rate of warming has jumped 50 per cent since 2010, but peers are sceptical.
Fighting to keep the tide back: Meng Foon, King's Counsel barrister, businessman
Ex-tropical cyclone Lola which struck in the last few days battered the shoreline.
Atmospheric rivers: What climate change means for NZ's biggest rainmakers
What will moisture-laden 'atmospheric rivers' look like at the end of this century?