‘World first’: Essity invests in tissue paper machine running on geothermal steam

The elimination of the burning of natural gas on the machine, along with reduced pulp consumption and waste, will cut carbon emissions by 23% at its site in New Zealand

Universities in New Zealand secure government funding to replace fossil fuel boilers

The projects are predicted to reduce the Lincoln and Auckland Universities’ carbon dioxide emissions by around 46,000 tonnes in the next ten years

Water treatment company in New Zealand unveils ‘country’s largest’ floating solar array

The system, which covers one hectare of water surface, is expected to support the firm’s cost savings and emissions reductions targets

New Zealand backs hydrogen fuelling network with $20m funding

The money will support the installation of eight hydrogen stations for heavy fuel cell electric vehicles

New Zealand’s dairy company to pay farmers more for sustainable milk

The more a farmer achieves in the company’s sustainability programme, the higher the payment will be

Green wine soon to be uncorked in New Zealand

All its production sites in New Zealand will be powered with 100% renewable energy

Hawke’s Bay moves closer to becoming New Zealand’s net zero airport with planned solar project

The airport has entered a joint venture to develop a commercial solar farm with a total capacity of 10MW

Coronavirus patients in New Zealand ‘fly carbon neutral’

Health care provider Northland DHB says this will assist with its goal to achieve net zero emissions before 2050

Australian beer companies in race to Net-Zero

The major brewers in Australia commit to using 100% renewable energy by 2025 as they compete to become first carbon neutral beer producer

New Zealand passes law for net zero carbon emissions by 2050

The Zero Carbon Bill provides a framework to support the country to prepare for and adapt to the effects of climate change