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Trees That Count Annual Report

2017 was an incredible first year for Trees That Count. New Zealanders have embraced the idea of a grassroots movement to help combat climate change in their own backyards. We’ve...

SBC Pre-election Manifesto

  • 8 Dec 2017
  • SOURCE: SBC

The Sustainable Business Council's 2017 Pre-election Manifesto, presented to government agencies, political parties and MPs

SBC submission to the New Zealand Productivity Commission

  • 7 Dec 2017
  • SOURCE: SBC

SBC submission to the New Zealand Productivity Commission on the transition to a low emissions economy

LCTPi 2017 Progress Report

  • 24 Nov 2017
  • SOURCE: LCTPi

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development has released its 2017 Low Carbon Technology Partnerships initiative (LCTPi) progress report. It shows how the 185 companies involved have moved from setting...

New short videos on the Emissions Trading Scheme and how it helps NZ reduce climate change

With a new Government and a renewed focus on the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and its role in fighting climate change, we at Motu thought we should help...

Royal Society Te Apārangi launches report on the impacts of climate change on New Zealander's health

2017: Many factors that contribute to our health and well-being as New Zealanders are threatened by climate change. These include direct effects such as increased exposure to heat waves and...

New Zealand’s Low Emissions Future: Transformational Pathways

From May 2014 through February 2016, Motu Economic and Public Policy Research convened a group of about 20 cross-sector stakeholders to explore pathways to achieving zero net greenhouse gas (GHG)...

Royal Society Report: Climate Change Implications for New Zealand

New Zealand is being affected by climate change and impacts are set to increase in magnitude and extent over time. This report from the Royal Society of New Zealand summarises...

Vivid Economics Report: Net Zero in New Zealand

While the goal of the Paris Agreement is clear, how different countries might contribute to its achievement in the medium term, and the associated economic implications, are much less so....

Productivity Commission Inquiry: transition to a low emissions economy

The Productivity Commission has published an issues paper for its inquiry into transitioning to a low emissions economy

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