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Toll launches electric trucks in Japan

3 Apr 2019 | Transport Talk

Home / News / Toll launches electric trucks in Japan Toll launches electric trucks in Japan Nigel Moffiet April 3, 2019 News No Comments Toll is introducing the first two electric vehicles to be used in its Japan operations. The light-duty all-electric Fuso eCanters trucks from Daimler will operate pickup and delivery services in Tokyo.

Home / News / Toll launches electric trucks in Japan Toll launches electric trucks in Japan Nigel Moffiet April 3, 2019 News No Comments Toll is introducing the first two electric vehicles to be used in its Japan operations. The light-duty all-electric Fuso eCanters trucks from Daimler will operate pickup and delivery services in Tokyo.

Soar Print family beats disruption and turns carbon neutral

2 Apr 2019 | NBR

NBR entrepreneurs series on three siblings running a business.

NBR entrepreneurs series on three siblings running a business.

How startups are leading the business community’s response to climate change

2 Apr 2019 | The Spinoff

When 60 CEOs signed up to the Climate Leaders Coalition in July 2018, much was made of the presence of the big players like Air New Zealand, Spark, Fonterra and Vector. The Spinoff caught up with the nimble smaller companies leading from the back. Since the launch of the Climate Leaders Coalition last year, 82 CEOs have signed the joint statement committing their organisations to take voluntary action on climate change. Since then much focus has been on the big players, and just how committed they are to a carbon zero future that demands difficult questions of their status quo.

When 60 CEOs signed up to the Climate Leaders Coalition in July 2018, much was made of the presence of the big players like Air New Zealand, Spark, Fonterra and Vector. The Spinoff caught up with the nimble smaller companies leading from the back. Since the launch of the Climate Leaders Coalition last year, 82 CEOs have signed the joint statement committing their organisations to take voluntary action on climate change. Since then much focus has been on the big players, and just how committed they are to a carbon zero future that demands difficult questions of their status quo.

Watercare releases its climate change strategy

1 Apr 2019 | Watercare

The global impacts of the changing climate will bring significant direct and indirect changes and challenges. For Watercare these include extreme weather events, prolonged dry periods, rising seas and increased coastal flooding. Our climate change strategy sets out our future direction as we embark on a journey to operate a low carbon organisation that is resilient to climate impacts

The global impacts of the changing climate will bring significant direct and indirect changes and challenges. For Watercare these include extreme weather events, prolonged dry periods, rising seas and increased coastal flooding. Our climate change strategy sets out our future direction as we embark on a journey to operate a low carbon organisation that is resilient to climate impacts

Otago Polytech opinion - Our people make a difference

1 Apr 2019 | Otago Daily Times

In light of last month's climate change action by high school pupils, Jen Rodgers, sustainable practice adviser at Otago Polytechnic, provides a stocktake of her institution's initiatives in this area.

In light of last month's climate change action by high school pupils, Jen Rodgers, sustainable practice adviser at Otago Polytechnic, provides a stocktake of her institution's initiatives in this area.

Fujitsu green building case study

29 Mar 2019 | Fujitsu

When Fujitsu moved to a new office in Auckland, it wanted to reduce its impact on the environment. Since the move, energy use has been cut by 64%, 24 tonnes of CO2e been saved annually, and more than 8,250kg of eWaste diverted from landfill.

Rob Campbell - Why Measurement Matters

28 Mar 2019 | Enviro-Mark Solutions

For Rob Campbell, Chair of SKYCITY Entertainment Group and Summerset Group, there are at least two reasons why Boards and Directors should endorse and support carbon measurement in their affiliated companies.

For Rob Campbell, Chair of SKYCITY Entertainment Group and Summerset Group, there are at least two reasons why Boards and Directors should endorse and support carbon measurement in their affiliated companies.

How to cut your contribution to climate change by offsetting your emissions

28 Mar 2019 | Stuff

Living a carbon-free lifestyle can feel impossible, considering emissions are produced by everything from travelling to eating to heating buildings. Each person's carbon footprint – the amount of greenhouse gases your activities release – is different. A vegan's emissions are likely to be lower than a meat eater's on dining habits alone, but a meat eater who cycles to work will produce less carbon dioxide than a vegan who drives.

Living a carbon-free lifestyle can feel impossible, considering emissions are produced by everything from travelling to eating to heating buildings. Each person's carbon footprint – the amount of greenhouse gases your activities release – is different. A vegan's emissions are likely to be lower than a meat eater's on dining habits alone, but a meat eater who cycles to work will produce less carbon dioxide than a vegan who drives.

Emission reductions must be New Zealand’s priority and renewable electricity is the key

27 Mar 2019 | Meridian Energy

Meridian Energy’s Chief Executive Neal Barclay says that reducing gross fossil fuels must be the absolute priority for all New Zealand businesses. This is Meridian’s response to the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment (PCE) report ‘Farms, Forests and fossil fuels: The next great landscape transformation’. “We agree that we must take action now with emissions reduction as the priority. Renewable electricity will provide the solution and this is staring us in the face,” says Neal.

Meridian Energy’s Chief Executive Neal Barclay says that reducing gross fossil fuels must be the absolute priority for all New Zealand businesses. This is Meridian’s response to the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment (PCE) report ‘Farms, Forests and fossil fuels: The next great landscape transformation’. “We agree that we must take action now with emissions reduction as the priority. Renewable electricity will provide the solution and this is staring us in the face,” says Neal.

Synlait opens NZ's first large scale electrode boiler

26 Mar 2019 | Synlait

Synlait announced today New Zealand’s first large-scale electrode boiler, located at its Dunsandel site in Canterbury, is fully commissioned and has been operational for the last two months. “This is an exciting moment for Synlait. It’s a significant milestone in terms of reducing our energy footprint as part of our sustainability commitments,” says Synlait’s CEO, Leon Clement.

Synlait announced today New Zealand’s first large-scale electrode boiler, located at its Dunsandel site in Canterbury, is fully commissioned and has been operational for the last two months. “This is an exciting moment for Synlait. It’s a significant milestone in terms of reducing our energy footprint as part of our sustainability commitments,” says Synlait’s CEO, Leon Clement.