The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) is pleased to announce two young New Zealanders are on their way to becoming the next generation of energy leaders, capable of solving the world’s most pressing challenges around energy and sustainability.
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The Productivity Commission’s report Using land for housing provides workable recommendations, says BusinessNZ.
New Zealand energy leaders want an agreed global framework for tackling climate change.
BusinessNZ says Parliament is missing another opportunity to fix the Resource Management Act.
BusinessNZ has welcomed moves to improve earthquake strengthening rules.
New Zealand has been ranked fourth for energy security amongst the top 25 energy users in the world..
After the Canterbury earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, the Ministry of Women’s Affairs undertook research that has led to more women training in Canterbury for trades and more women working in construction.
New Zealand’s resource development framework has serious problems and needs urgent reform, says BusinessNZ.
The second annual New Zealand Energy Issues Map reveals a rich and informative story around the risks and opportunities are increasingly keeping New Zealand energy executives awake at night, especially around new technologies.
BusinessNZ welcomes the beginning of the review of the Resource Management Act.
BusinessNZ has welcomed the announcement of block offer permit awards for petroleum exploration in offshore and onshore locations around Northland, East Coast, Taranaki and the South Island.
Competition in consenting activities should be considered, along with other options, in the coming review of the Resource Management Act, says BusinessNZ.