Another path to energy efficiency
A leading US energy expert has spoken optimistically about improving energy efficiency through existing infrastructure rather than relying on future technologies.
Fishing industry says its adverts are justified
The fishing industry is fighting back against claims its ad campaign is ‘spin’, saying protecting the Māui dolphin shouldn’t come at the expense of commercial fishers.
A dehydrated national icon
Droughts and dying trees are hardening forest floors and starving Northland’s kiwi. Climate change threatens to double the region’s time spent in drought.
Why the UN Climate Summit matters
The media and climate activists must “name and shame” laggards, says the UN special envoy. Mark Hertsgaard reports.
New beginning for climate reporting
Could it be that that the press, especially the US press, is finally waking up to the climate story? Mark Hertsgaard and Kyle Pope, co-founders of the Covering Climate Now initiative, report.
Clark on case for sustainability optimism
The former Prime Minister says there is “no question” the world faces headwinds on environmental action - but is confident we can still meet our goals.
Japan’s whale slaughter continues, closer to home
The meat is ridiculously expensive, and it’s shunned by Japanese diners - so why has Japan taken up commercial whaling again?
Eco-flying is far, far away
There’s nothing environmentally friendly about flying - but the world is not prepared to give it up,