Greenpeace says the acid test of Jacinda Ardern’s second term will be her Government’s ability to deal with global crises.
This morning New Zealanders are waking up to a fresh Government – one that has no good reason to put off action on nature and climate.
A new report released today by the Ministry for the Environment highlights how the climate crisis is already affecting Aotearoa, and underscores the need for urgent action on New Zealand’s…
Friday, 9 October: A major new paper, just published in the prestigious science journal Nature, shows that the overuse of synthetic nitrogen fertiliser is pushing levels of nitrous oxide –…
Greenpeace activists have scaled the office building of the Fertiliser Association in Wellington, to highlight the role of synthetic nitrogen fertiliser in driving industrial dairying and furthering the climate crisis.
Greenpeace has welcomed the Green Party’s transport policy announced today, but is seeking assurances that the Greens will make clean transport a bottom line in any potential coalition agreement.
Swedish oil company Preem announced today it will cancel its plans to expand their oil refinery Preemraff. Preem raffs expansion has been the single biggest climate issue
Greenpeace is disappointed that Jacinda Ardern is buckling under pressure from Rio Tinto to provide cheap power for its Tiwai Point Aluminium Smelter. The environmental organisation says the deal needs…
Greenpeace is calling the National Party’s newly announced agriculture policy “tantamount to climate denial” and “a promise for more dirty rivers.”
According to the National Snow and Ice Data Centre, the 2020 Arctic sea ice minimum extent was likely reached on 15 September at 3.74 million square kilometers.