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Tide turns on Key’s oil drilling plans

Blog entry by Steve Abel | December 5, 2013

As John Key scowled his faux-indifferent disdain at the nation wide banners on the beach protest against oil drilling a couple of Saturdays ago, a few things were betrayed. In the battle of public opinion, deep sea oil drilling is...

A damn fine scotch

Blog entry by Geoff Keey | November 5, 2009

Scotland has adopted a 42% climate change target. That, and a wee rumour of free whisky, encouraged me to attend a side event organised by the Scottish Government. Unfortunately there wasn’t any free whisky, but I did learn a lot...

The nuts and bolts of building a new clean economy

Blog entry by Nathan Argent | February 14, 2013

Earlier this week, we launched a report that showed that our clean energy sector could become the beating heart of our nation’s economy whilst creating many tens of thousands of jobs. Here's the infographic , the report , and the ...

The winds of change (aren't blowing in these parts)

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | November 6, 2009

I received a curious email yesterday from our man at the UN climate talks in Spain, Geoff Keey . It began thus: “ Last night, wind power supplied more than 40% of electricity demand here in Spain, with peaks of 44%. Spain has more...

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