The Government is considering setting softer targets for the methane burped by New Zealand’s cows, while reducing carbon dioxide from transport and other sectors to zero.
The government is considering how to fund New Zealand's adaptation to climate change, following a working group's report which recommends 21 key actions across central and local government and the private sector.
The Government promised a boring Budget, and it largely delivered - albeit with a bit of culinary flair and political insult-trading around the fringes, as Sam Sachdeva writes.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has pledged to increase the tempo of engagement between New Zealand and China, outlining a suite of ministerial visits in the coming months.
The Government has made the first big decision on its way to tackling climate change, but the serious test still awaits.
New Zealand's first environmental accounts show greenhouse gas emissions rose slower than economic growth in the last 25 years, but the planting of forests to absorb carbon has slowed dramatically since 2013. Thomas Coughlan reports on where we're going wrong.
In a move that has polarised Green politicians and activists, Genesis Energy has announced it will keep burning coal until 2025 and possible as late as 2030. With James Shaw and Greenpeace lining up on opposite sides of the issue, Thomas Coughlan reports on why Huntly's smoke stacks could stay up for at least another decade.
Opinion: Last year was one of great highs and lows for the Greens, Shane Cowlishaw writes.
The Green Party will push forward its co-leader election process, with the position to be filled by April.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s baby news was one of the main talking points at Ratana on a day focussed on new opportunities and lacking the tension of recent visits, as Sam Sachdeva reports.