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Climate Change
Tuvalu condemns Australia's conduct, 'neo-colonial' attitude at Pacific Islands Forum
04:56
Green Buildings CEO Andrew Eagles spoke with Breakfast about the report, which suggests the industry could slash emissions by 1.2 million tonnes.
Greener construction practices could equal taking 500k cars off NZ roads, report suggests
This combination of Sept. 14, 1986, left, and Aug. 1, 2019 photos provided by NASA shows the shrinking of the Okjokull glacier on the Ok volcano in west-central Iceland.
Officials, activists hold funeral for Iceland's first glacier to have died
01:36
Christchurch High School students have teamed up to give back to the environment, following the climate change protest in May.
Christchurch students team up to 'walk the talk' on climate change
02:15
The Mayor launched his bid for re-election by saying the solutions for the city's problems is going electric for public transport while also taking a swipe at his opposition.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff aiming for the environmental vote as he takes swipe at John Tamihere
00:11
Michael McCormack is under fire for the comments he made at a business function while Prime Minister Scott Morrison was at the Pacific Islands forum in Tuvalu.
Australia's Deputy PM slammed for saying Pacific Islanders can overcome climate change by picking fruit in Australia
01:57
Sydney broadcaster Alan Jones has copped criticism from PM Scott Morrison over the statement.
'I was wrong' - Alan Jones apologises for tirade against Jacinda Ardern
01:55
Mt Hutt is among the industries across the country challenged to reduce their footprint.
Mt Hutt investing half a million dollars to cut down emissions on the slopes
00:18
Jacinda Ardern brushes off ‘shove a sock down her throat’ comments from Aussie broadcaster
Ardern says she won't give Alan Jones' 'sock down throat' comments 'the light of day'
John Armstrong's opinion: Fledgling 'blue-green' party Sustainable New Zealand clever in theory, not so clever in practice
01:41
Ollie Langridge is demanding the Government declare a climate change emergency.
Students set to join climate change activist Ollie Langridge on his 100th day protesting outside Parliament
00:23
Nations at the Pacific Islands Forum eventually agreed on a statement and communique.
Smaller Pacific nations' hopes of full endorsement of declaration on climate change dashed
Alan Jones blasts 'clown' Ardern over climate, urges Aussie PM to 'shove a sock down her throat'
00:30
Jacinda Ardern said the funding "gives assurances to our Pacific neighbours".
New Zealand giving $150 million to Pacific nations to bolster climate change resilience
Electric Vehicle in Park Charging station.
Government, private sector invests $16.5 million to boost electric vehicle usage
02:00
The 16-year-old climate activist will travel to a United Nations summit in New York.
Greta Thunberg sailing across Atlantic to get around flying to UN climate summits
05:22
Scientist Shaun Hendy joined Breakfast to discuss a new study on "false balance" in news stories.
'Climate change contrarians' receive 49 per cent more media coverage than scientists, US study finds
Jacinda Ardern.
Tackling climate change on the agenda as Jacinda Ardern visits Tuvalu
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres met with Climate Change Minister James Shaw.
Nationwide hearings for Zero Carbon Bill set to begin next week
00:24
The group says the country is in the middle of a climate emergency.
Nineteen people arrested as climate protestors halt train carrying coal in Christchurch
06:49
Report co-author Anita Wreford talks to Breakfast about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change’s latest findings.
NZ's choices can influence other countries, scientist says, as UN report warns of climate change impact
02:17
The intergovernmental panel on climate change says high meat and dairy consumption is fuelling global warming.
High consumption of meat and dairy is fuelling climate change, UN report warns
04:25
Pushing pause on procreation: The young people doing their bit to save the planet
FILE - This May 25, 2019 file photo shows Michael Moore at the awards ceremony of the 72nd international film festival, Cannes, southern France.  In "Planet of the Humans," which premiered Wednesday, July 31, at the Traverse City Film Festival, he and director Jeff Gibbs pull the curtain back on the false promises of alternative energy, from electric cars to windmills and biomass, and expose why they're not working. (Photo by Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP, File)
New Michael Moore-backed documentary tackles alternative energy
02:28
It’s part of the Ports of Auckland’s goal to have zero carbon emissions by 2040.
Ports of Auckland begin plans to replace diesel tugs as part of their zero carbon emissions goal
James Shaw has announced that a new female Co-Leader will be chosen "by the time Easter is finished".
Government announces the country's first Cross-Government Climate Action Plan
Air NZ boss flags 'flying guilt' as challenge to be more carbon neutral
03:25
The Green MP has already tried to get Parliament to make a declaration.
'Put aside silly politics and act' - Chlöe Swarbrick urges climate emergency declaration
03:49
Head of Trade Me motors Alan Clark talked about the increase in interested buyers on TVNZ1’s Breakfast.
More than three-quarters of Kiwis now considering electric cars, a big jump from last year, survey shows
01:50
Hohepa has to spend millions of dollars on the precautionary move.
Hawke's Bay community for the intellectually disabled to move inland over climate change threat
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