ETS development continues to be well signalled The latest design changes to New Zealand’s emissions trading scheme have been progressively well signalled and are broadly positive, says BusinessNZ.The Government’s latest set of changes include rules for...
Early ratification helpful for NZ business Earlyratification helpful for NZ businessTheGovernment's early ratification of the Paris Agreement on climate change placesNew Zealand in a good negotiating position for future UN decision making, saysBusinessNZ.New...
ETS changes announced in 2016 Budget
The business community is disappointed by the Green Party carbon tax policy, saying it would not be good for communities, bringing potential loss of jobs and industry.
New Zealand’s emissions trading system remains stable following decisions released today, says BusinessNZ.
Business solutions needed to meet tougher target.
CDP Australia and New Zealand Climate Change Report released today, which analyses how NZX 50 and ASX 200 businesses are tackling climate change.
The Government has taken a reasonably balanced approach to carbon pricing in its amendments to the emissions trading scheme announced today, says BusinessNZ.
The Government’s announcement that it is banning industrial gas certified emission reduction units (CERs) from being purchased in NZ will potentially have a serious knock-on effect to the costs felt by businesses and households, says BusinessNZ Chief Executive, Phil O’Reilly.
Restricting prices at the lower end of the carbon market would be self-defeating, says BusinessNZ.
The slower introduction of the full effects of the ETS is welcome but National’s Environment and Climate Change Policy announced today would impose too much additional cost on businesses and households, says BusinessNZ Chief Executive, Phil O’Reilly.
Slowing down the implementation of New Zealand’s emissions trading scheme would be a good move, says BusinessNZ.