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Environment Specialist Calls for National Agency

Thursday, 26 August 2004, 12:56 am | Ecologic Foundation

One of the key architects of New Zealand’s resource management laws says it’s time to consider taking responsibility for environmental protection away from the Government and handing it to an independent national board. More >>

Fat tax proposal based on responsibility

Wednesday, 25 August 2004, 11:52 am | Ecologic Foundation

The author of a new report on a proposed fat tax has responded to criticism from the National Party's Paul Hutchison, who said that the principle behind any campaign against obesity had to be choice, freedom and knowledge. More >>

Reassuring Foundation Laid For Kyoto Ratification

Tuesday, 30 April 2002, 4:33 pm | Ecologic Foundation

The Government deserves to be congratulated for its preferred policy package on climate change released for public comment today, according to the Ecologic Foundation. More >>

Kyoto Economic Report Lacks Credibility

Monday, 3 December 2001, 1:39 pm | Ecologic Foundation

The claim in a report released today that New Zealand’s economic growth will be damaged by ratifying the Kyoto Protocol on climate change has little credibility, the Ecologic Foundation said. More >>

All Of Us Are Destroying Tropical Forests

Thursday, 15 March 2001, 5:49 pm | Ecologic Foundation

NOT JUST THE POLITICIANS – BUT ALL OF US ARE DESTROYING TROPICAL FORESTS THROUGH TIMBER IMPORTS More >>

Climate Change Conference Must Act On Biofuels

Friday, 17 November 2000, 10:49 am | Ecologic Foundation

The Ecologic Foundation is lobbying at the Climate Change Conference in The Hague this week for a breakthrough that will allow the world’s transport systems to shift from petroleum-based fuels to biofuels over the next few decades. More >>

South Island Kokako Investigation Team

Thursday, 5 October 2000, 2:28 pm | Ecologic Foundation

A new search for a native bird that has been ‘missing in action’ for more than 30 years is to get underway in October. More >>

 

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