by Torfrida Wainwright Here are six subdivisions of the national climate movement that focus on a rapid shift from fossil fuels to renewables. The list doesn’t include the myriad of actions and campaigns that focus on specific...Read More
Investing in People and the Planet We think Dr Robert Howell’s new book “Investing in People and the Planet” is worth your attention – and so we’re pleased to help promote his New Zealand speaking...Read More
Growth in the dairy industry is resurrecting coal – and killing the climate. Join us in the heart of dairy country to take action.
Growth in the dairy industry is resurrecting coal – and killing the climate. 95% of Fonterra’s...Read More
Our expert witness Peter Fraser testified at the hearing on Fonterra’s consent application for a huge new milk drying plant at Studholme that there would be insufficient milk to run it. He calculated that more than half a...Read More
Check out our November newsletter, which covers the sale of Solid Energy, worrying developments in resource management law and on the West Coast, and all sorts of other issues in the campaign against new and expanded coalmines...Read More
by Jeanette Fitzsimons The long-running question of whether the new Christchurch hospital will run on coal or wood waste is still not resolved, but seems to be heading back to coal. See my blog A tale of two hospitals from March...Read More
by Rosemary Penwarden The tobacco industry got nervous when people began to question the health impacts of cigarettes in the 1950s. In response, their marketers invented the filter-tipped cigarette, to screen out tar and...Read More