Climate change spokesperson Stuart Smith, told Q+A more people will swap to EVs without the need to incentivise.
Flinders University endocrinologist Nikolai Petrovsky says the theory has merit despite a WHO report calling it "extremely unlikely".
The PM’s Chief Science Advisor says “we’re a long way from out of the woods in terms of vaccine coverage” and that could hinder plans to reopen NZ’s borders.
Drew White QC played a key role in prosecuting perpetrators of the extreme violence in Rwanda in 1994.
Agriculture is working to meet methane targets but many more changes will need to be made, a sector leader told Q+A’s climate change special Milk, Meat and Motorcars.
Ashburton dairy farmer Mark Saunders told Whena Owen that environmental concerns are critical for him but meeting future targets on reducing emissions will be a big challenge.
Electric cars are often seen as the solution to the decarbonisation of our transport network but some say they cannot stand alone.
The Climate Change Commission wants wide adoption of electric vehicles but new vehicle sales sit at just 1.5% annually. Connor Stirling investigates what’s stopping people from making the switch.
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