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DETA Consulting sets its carbon targets

19 Jul 2019 | DETA Consulting

DETA Consulting works closely with many of New Zealand’s largest energy users, and carbon emitters, to improve their carbon footprint through improved efficiencies across their organisations. We are proud of the impact that we have reducing New Zealand’s carbon footprint – to date our work has reduced carbon emissions across New Zealand industry by more than 30,000 tonnes per year.

DETA Consulting works closely with many of New Zealand’s largest energy users, and carbon emitters, to improve their carbon footprint through improved efficiencies across their organisations. We are proud of the impact that we have reducing New Zealand’s carbon footprint – to date our work has reduced carbon emissions across New Zealand industry by more than 30,000 tonnes per year.

Independent Advisory Board commences work with Waste Management

18 Jul 2019 | Waste Management

Leading independent experts are providing guidance and oversight to Waste Management’s sustainability strategy For Future Generations. It is part of the drive by Waste Management, which is New Zealand’s leading resource recovery, recycling and waste management provider, to deliver on the commitments made in its sustainability strategy, launched last year.

Leading independent experts are providing guidance and oversight to Waste Management’s sustainability strategy For Future Generations. It is part of the drive by Waste Management, which is New Zealand’s leading resource recovery, recycling and waste management provider, to deliver on the commitments made in its sustainability strategy, launched last year.

Construction industry called on to reduce carbon emissions

18 Jul 2019 | RadioNZ

Sustainable building advocates want the construction industry to be given a clear signal to reduce its carbon emissions.

Sustainable building advocates want the construction industry to be given a clear signal to reduce its carbon emissions.

No new coal boilers for Fonterra

18 Jul 2019 | Fonterra

Fonterra is shaving eleven years off its coal target, as it announces a new commitment to reduce its reliance on coal. This commitment is the latest in a series of targets the Co-operative has set as it looks to embed sustainability at the heart of everything it does.

Fonterra is shaving eleven years off its coal target, as it announces a new commitment to reduce its reliance on coal. This commitment is the latest in a series of targets the Co-operative has set as it looks to embed sustainability at the heart of everything it does.

Waste Management welcomes calls for more electric vehicles

17 Jul 2019 | Waste Management

Waste Management NZ welcomes the Interim Climate Change Commission’s call today for more electrification of New Zealand’s road fleet in reducing carbon emissions. Managing Director Tom Nickels said the report was a reminder of the environmental benefits of EVs, with the company having started its shift to EV waste collection trucks three years ago.

Waste Management NZ welcomes the Interim Climate Change Commission’s call today for more electrification of New Zealand’s road fleet in reducing carbon emissions. Managing Director Tom Nickels said the report was a reminder of the environmental benefits of EVs, with the company having started its shift to EV waste collection trucks three years ago.

Sistema Plastics committed to reducing its carbon footprint

16 Jul 2019 | NZ Manufacturer

Sistema Plastics Ltd has committed to reducing its carbon emissions by achieving Certified Emissions Measurement And Reduction Scheme (CEMARS®) certification. CEMARS certification is a recognised greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions measurement and reduction scheme administered by Enviro-Mark Solutions (a subsidiary of Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research). It is the first of a two-step process towards achieving carboNZeroCertTM certification in New Zealand.

Sistema Plastics Ltd has committed to reducing its carbon emissions by achieving Certified Emissions Measurement And Reduction Scheme (CEMARS®) certification. CEMARS certification is a recognised greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions measurement and reduction scheme administered by Enviro-Mark Solutions (a subsidiary of Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research). It is the first of a two-step process towards achieving carboNZeroCertTM certification in New Zealand.

Stuff - we asked about climate coverage and got 15,000 responses

16 Jul 2019 | Stuff

Give us hope. Show more solutions – and less doom and gloom. When we asked Stuff readers about media coverage of climate change, the chorus of voices implored us to help them see a path to a viable future. In June, we surveyed our audience as part of our ongoing Quick! Save the Planet project and received a stunning 15,248 responses.

Give us hope. Show more solutions – and less doom and gloom. When we asked Stuff readers about media coverage of climate change, the chorus of voices implored us to help them see a path to a viable future. In June, we surveyed our audience as part of our ongoing Quick! Save the Planet project and received a stunning 15,248 responses.

New Zealand Story - It's good business to put the planet first

16 Jul 2019 | New Zealand Story

Brands, businesses, and brilliant Kiwi minds are putting the world first, leading the way to a zero-carbon emissions economy by 2050 with some truly innovative and bold ideas.

Brands, businesses, and brilliant Kiwi minds are putting the world first, leading the way to a zero-carbon emissions economy by 2050 with some truly innovative and bold ideas.

Meridian Energy - ICCC Accelerated Electrification report an essential step to pushing for a cleaner future

16 Jul 2019 | Meridian Energy

Meridian Energy’s CE Neal Barclay says he strongly supports the Interim Climate Change Panel’s (ICCC) Accelerated Electrification recommendations to the Government. “The ICCC recommendations show us we can take action now and it won’t cost us the earth,” says Neal. “Accelerating the electrification of transport and process heat is one of the smartest ways New Zealand can actively and significantly reduce emissions and improve the competitiveness of New Zealand business in a global context.”

Meridian Energy’s CE Neal Barclay says he strongly supports the Interim Climate Change Panel’s (ICCC) Accelerated Electrification recommendations to the Government. “The ICCC recommendations show us we can take action now and it won’t cost us the earth,” says Neal. “Accelerating the electrification of transport and process heat is one of the smartest ways New Zealand can actively and significantly reduce emissions and improve the competitiveness of New Zealand business in a global context.”

Vector welcomes clean vehicle action plan

16 Jul 2019 | Vector

Vector has today welcomed the ICCC’s report on Accelerated Electrification. Vector agrees that accelerating the electrification of transport and process heat will play a major role in reducing the country’s greenhouse gas emissions. Initiatives to reduce carbon emissions will impact the whole energy supply chain, and Vector supports an approach that considers the whole energy system.

Vector has today welcomed the ICCC’s report on Accelerated Electrification. Vector agrees that accelerating the electrification of transport and process heat will play a major role in reducing the country’s greenhouse gas emissions. Initiatives to reduce carbon emissions will impact the whole energy supply chain, and Vector supports an approach that considers the whole energy system.