Operational, Refrigerant and Embodied Emissions: Why They All Matter
David Mead, Associate, PAE
A popular concept from Greek mythology is that of the three Fates. The Fates are goddesses who hold the power to determine human destiny. If we apply the myth to the environmental impact of the building industry, the three #G7summitDavid MeadEmissionsG7G7 CharlevoixGreen Buildingnet zeroPAErefrigerant Read More
Climate change action has emerged as a winner in deals just signed between Labour, the Greens and New Zealand First.
The parties have agreed to introduce a new Zero Carbon Act and launch a new independent Climate Commission, based on previous recommendations by the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.
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At the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech (COP22), the High-Level Climate Champions, along with many countries, states, regions, cities and companies, have launched a new initiative, the “2050 pathways platform” aimed at supporting those seeking to devise long-term, net zero-greenhouse gas, climate-resilient and sustainable development pathways.
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Studies suggest that regenerating soil by turning our backs on industrial farming holds the key to tackling climate change
It’s getting hot out there. Every one of the past 14 months has broken the global temperature record. Ice cover in the Arctic sea just hit a new low, at 525,000 square 1.5 degrees2050algaeclimate changeCO2fertilisersnet zeropesticides Read More