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Trade, biodiversity and climate change

Wednesday, 11 January 2006, 12:29 am | Stephen Knight

Success in trade and attempts to be sustainable make for an uncomfortable partnership. By Stephen Knight. More >>

Stephen Knight: Kyoto Protocol Working

Tuesday, 21 June 2005, 11:31 am | Stephen Knight

Now we know New Zealand may no longer make money on the international carbon exchange market. That is a good thing. It demonstrates how the Kyoto Protocol should work, by making us aware of the costs associated with booming economies. More >>

Sustainable New Zealand: Cycle Action

Monday, 3 November 2003, 11:58 am | Stephen Knight

Promoting ‘soft’ transport options - cycling and walking - has become something of a pet project for central and local government. More >>

Sustainable New Zealand: What is Your Problem?

Tuesday, 15 July 2003, 3:43 pm | Stephen Knight

The other day I was asked by a student: What is your problem? I’d been moaning about the fuzzy thinking behind the sustainable development clause in the new Local Government Act passed last year. I’m sure he meant it in a caring, sharing, rhetorical kind ... More >>

Unreality & Sustainable Development

Tuesday, 27 May 2003, 12:02 am | Stephen Knight

Finnish academic Janne Hukkinen puts it this way: in order to live with themselves, resource managers must learn to deny reality. More >>

Does My Triple Bottom Line Look Big In This?

Tuesday, 13 May 2003, 1:41 pm | Stephen Knight

New Zealand's Mighty River Power recently confronted promoters of a corner-stone of corporate sustainable development, the triple bottom line. In essence, it said TBL reporting is just single bottom line reporting in tart's clothing. More >>