Greenpeace calls for a solar revolution as New Zealand emissions skyrocket
Amid rising NZ emissions, Greenpeace urges a pivot to solar energy as reliance on fossil fuels spikes in response to hydroelectric shortfalls.
Greenpeace calls for an overhaul of the New Zealand electricity industry
Greenpeace calls for overhaul of electricity industry after Solarcity's complaint against solar tax is dismissed in court.
Samsung puts environment first: Note 7 recycling effort
Samsung announces recycling plan for Galaxy Note 7 devices, including reselling refurbished units in different countries.
Greenpeace calls out phone vendors
Nearly half of consumers think mobile phone manufacturers should be responsible for recycling their devices, according to a new survey by Greenpeace East Asia.
Force the government into action with new online petition platform
Greenpeace has today launched a new online platform that allows Kiwis to petition government, businesses and other decision makers.
Eco-lender Prometheus Finance calls in receiver
Prometheus Finance, the Wellington-based finance company with a mandate for socially responsible lending, has called in receivers after failing to.
Climate change: getting warmer...
The UN climate change conference in Cancun marks a new beginning, with agreements on funding and clean energy.
'Fonterra' Facebook page removed after uncomfortable questions
Fonterra has removed its Facebook page rather than answer questions about its business practices says Greenpeace.
A sustained effort
Green fingers make sustainable projects grow better and energy is at the root of it all.
What do toxic waterways have to do with your business?
Green IT and its importance in reducing electronic waste and combating climate change are explored in this article by IT Brief.
There are two angles consistently being regurgitated within the media at the moment, which have almost turned into catch phrases: the current economic climate and green IT.