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Z Energy teams up with Neste on high-quality biofuels

19 Oct 2021 | Transport Talk

Z Energy is partnering with Finnish refiner Neste to bring drop-in biofuels to the New Zealand market. The renewable fuels are high-quality and unlike conventional biofuels they are considered “drop-in” fuels as they are suitable to be used in existing diesel vehicle or aircraft fleet, the company says.

Z Energy is partnering with Finnish refiner Neste to bring drop-in biofuels to the New Zealand market. The renewable fuels are high-quality and unlike conventional biofuels they are considered “drop-in” fuels as they are suitable to be used in existing diesel vehicle or aircraft fleet, the company says.

Coalition's third snapshot report reveals $9.5 billion business investment in climate action

19 Oct 2021 | Climate Leaders Coalition

Signatories to the Climate Leaders Coalition have committed to invest $9.5 billion over the next five years to reduce emissions from their businesses, as revealed in their third anniversary snapshot report released today. Read more

CLC 2020/2021 Snapshot Report

18 Oct 2021 | Climate Leaders Coalition

This Third Anniversary Snapshot is a record of CLC’s activities and achievements from October 2020 to June 2021 with the focus of our reporting around the three pillars of our new strategy – CEO leadership, collective transparency, and climate action. Information has been gathered from survey responses from Climate Leaders Coalition (CLC) signatories and analysed by thinkstep-anz and the Sustainable Business Council (SBC)

Genesis: ambitious energy targets are key to decarbonising New Zealand

13 Oct 2021 | Genesis

Genesis is pleased to see that the ERP discussion document recognises a national energy strategy is an important foundation for decarbonising New Zealand and that electricity has a key role to play as part of that. We would like to see Government move quickly to define a long-term national energy strategy with a strong commitment to a more renewable energy system supported by clear policies developed in collaboration with business. We believe a focus on carbon intensive areas such as process heat and transport should be a priority, recognising the opportunity for electricity to support a lower carbon Aotearoa.

Genesis is pleased to see that the ERP discussion document recognises a national energy strategy is an important foundation for decarbonising New Zealand and that electricity has a key role to play as part of that. We would like to see Government move quickly to define a long-term national energy strategy with a strong commitment to a more renewable energy system supported by clear policies developed in collaboration with business. We believe a focus on carbon intensive areas such as process heat and transport should be a priority, recognising the opportunity for electricity to support a lower carbon Aotearoa.

Silver Fern Farms - Enhanced investment and cross-party commitment can make Emissions Reduction Plan work for agribusiness

13 Oct 2021 | Silver Fern Farms

Silver Fern Farms, New Zealand’s largest red meat company, welcomes the release of the discussion document on the shape of the Emissions Reduction Plan and looks forward to working with officials and Ministers to ensure the final plan supports the ambition and priorities of our farmers, customers and communities.

Silver Fern Farms, New Zealand’s largest red meat company, welcomes the release of the discussion document on the shape of the Emissions Reduction Plan and looks forward to working with officials and Ministers to ensure the final plan supports the ambition and priorities of our farmers, customers and communities.

CLC and SBC joint PR - Business calls for greater ambition and engagement in response to Emissions Reduction Plan

13 Oct 2021 | SBC

The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and the Climate Leaders Coalition (CLC) welcome the release of the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan (ERP) discussion document and call for greater engagement with the business community to close the emissions gap identified.

The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) and the Climate Leaders Coalition (CLC) welcome the release of the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan (ERP) discussion document and call for greater engagement with the business community to close the emissions gap identified.

MOVe Logistics - Coastal shipping and green hydrogen trucks for the future of freight in NZ

9 Oct 2021 | RNZ

Coastal shipping and green hydrogen-powered trucking are part of the future for freight in New Zealand believes Chris Dunphy, the new director of Move Logistics — formerly known as TIL Logistics — one of the country's largest freight and warehousing businesses. Dunphy believes hydrogen will eventually replace diesel, and he's also looking to open up shipping and expand across the Tasman. Dunphy’s interest in greener alternatives has been propelled in part by his previous job: shipping and transportation in the Australian coal mining industry.

Coastal shipping and green hydrogen-powered trucking are part of the future for freight in New Zealand believes Chris Dunphy, the new director of Move Logistics — formerly known as TIL Logistics — one of the country's largest freight and warehousing businesses. Dunphy believes hydrogen will eventually replace diesel, and he's also looking to open up shipping and expand across the Tasman. Dunphy’s interest in greener alternatives has been propelled in part by his previous job: shipping and transportation in the Australian coal mining industry.

LIC - Report highlights environmental improvements from genetic gains

7 Oct 2021 | Farmers Weekly

A new report says 30 years of breeding by dairy farmers using LIC genetics has netted a 13% fall in methane emissions and 16% less urinary nitrogen per kilogram of milksolid produced. This genetic improvement from LIC’s premier sire bulls produced this on-farm reduction between 1990-2020, the co-operative’s inaugural Sustainability Report said. LIC chief executive Wayne McNee says this herd improvement has been the primary way LIC has helped farmers lower their environmental footprint.

A new report says 30 years of breeding by dairy farmers using LIC genetics has netted a 13% fall in methane emissions and 16% less urinary nitrogen per kilogram of milksolid produced. This genetic improvement from LIC’s premier sire bulls produced this on-farm reduction between 1990-2020, the co-operative’s inaugural Sustainability Report said. LIC chief executive Wayne McNee says this herd improvement has been the primary way LIC has helped farmers lower their environmental footprint.

NZGBC and Warren and Mahoney - building greener homes

7 Oct 2021 | Stuff

Stuff feature on building lower carbon homes featuring CLC signatories NZ Green Building Council and Warren and Mahoney.

Stuff feature on building lower carbon homes featuring CLC signatories NZ Green Building Council and Warren and Mahoney.

Turning beverage cartons into wallboards

5 Oct 2021 | Building Today

New Zealand company saveBOARD has received a A$1.74 million grant from the Australian and New South Wales Governments towards setting up a A$5 million facility that will turn packaging waste into high-performance building material.

New Zealand company saveBOARD has received a A$1.74 million grant from the Australian and New South Wales Governments towards setting up a A$5 million facility that will turn packaging waste into high-performance building material.