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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Environment articles  Environment
    Woodside Petroleum unveils plans for $1 billion hydrogen and ammonia plant in Kwinana
     25 October 2021
    Gas giant Woodside says a $1 billion hydrogen and ammonia plant will set WA up as a global clean energy powerhouse, as the Conservation Council of WA questions the project's green credentials.
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    >> Politics News 

    News at a glance: Barilaro calls Maguire a 'pain in the arse', a coup in Sudan and a 'bomb cyclone' hits California
    25 Oct: Want to get on top of today's headlines? Here's your TL;DR for today.... more
    It's hoped the Covid-19 case in Marlborough will push people in the South Island to get vaccinated
    24 Oct: It's hoped the Covid-19 case in Marlborough will push people in the South Island to get vaccinated... more
    Earthquake interrupts Jacinda Ardern's New Zealand COVID-19 strategy press conference
    22 Oct: An earthquake rattles Wellington as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern tells New Zealand strict coronavirus lockdown measures will end only when 90 per cent of its eligible population is fully vaccinated.... more
    It could be a turbulent weekend of weather for those in the North
    22 Oct: It could be a turbulent weekend of weather for those in the North... more
    All hands on deck to clean up Wanaka
    22 Oct: All hands on deck to clean up Wanaka... more
    A North Island town is being urged to pump up its Covid testing
    21 Oct: A North Island town is being urged to pump up its Covid testing... more
    This 'extreme conservationist' dressed as a polar bear to understand the effects of climate change
    21 Oct: Joel Berger studies animals that live at the edges of the world, often getting dangerously close, in order to understand the impacts of climate change.... more
    Work is underway to reduce fruit loss in Central Otago
    21 Oct: Work is underway to reduce fruit loss in Central Otago... more
    Fossil fuel production to soar in face of emissions pledges, United Nations report says
    21 Oct: Despite climate targets being ramped up, the world is set to increase the production of fossil fuels all the way to 2040 and beyond, producing nearly triple as much as is compatible with stopping global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius.... more

     Most Popular Recent Environment News
     05 Oct: Kaikoura's paua fishery closed since the large November 2016 earthquake, is to reopen after a community-led rebuild ++++++++++++++++++
     07 Oct: Dunedin is now the most Covid-immunised place in the country +++++++++++++++++
     30 Sep: A coffee shortage is coming, and it could last three years, importers warn +++++++++++++++
     12 Oct: Prince Charles urges Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other leaders to attend COP26 ++++++++++++++
     07 Oct: Gina Rinehart slammed by scientists after speech on climate change to exclusive Perth private school St Hilda's heavily edited +++++++++++++
     03 Oct: Those living in Alert Level Two are making the most of their freedom these school holidays ++++++++++++
     01 Oct: Electricity is set to replace one thousand coal trucks in Southland +++++++++++

     Environment NewsLinks
      25 Oct: Trampers caught short in icy conditions on mount robert rescued by helicopter (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Oct: Design student turns project into fundraiser for zealandia (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Oct: Parker: it's no surprise that contaminants have been found at tiwai point (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 Oct: Environment advocate says govt needs to focus on supply chain for waste reduction (RadioNZ)
      19 Oct: Wellington lobby group taking airport to court over 'aggressive and unsustainable' planned expansion (NZ Herald)
      18 Oct: Environment southland won't release independent monitoring report for tiwai point (Stuff.co.nz)
      17 Oct: Green party, christchurch city council, lend support to ngai tahu bill (Stuff.co.nz)
      15 Oct: Environment court rejects $200m plans for seven-level mission bay apartments, shops (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    Politics:
    Auckland Council's alcohol advertising survey ends tomorrow 8:14

    Law and Order:
    Police have completed a scene examination at a Christchurch home where the body of a newborn baby was found on Saturday night 8:04

    Tennis:
    Disappointment for the country's top-ranked doubles player Michael Venus in his penultimate tournament of the season 7:54

    Business:
    A magnesium shortage could have big problems downstream for the vehicle industry 7:44

    Health & Safety:
    New Zealanders still have plenty of options to get vaccinated or tested for Covid-19 -- even if many of these options were closed for much of the long weekend 7:44

    Motoring:
    Petrol heads might need to get used to motorsport powered by clean energy 7:24

    International:
    Afghan journalists face threats and beatings despite Taliban promises of a free press 7:14

    Law and Order:
    Eight people have died on New Zealand roads this weekend 7:14

    Law and Order:
    A man arrested after reports of indecent assaults at New Brighton beach is set to make an appearance in court 5:54

    Cricket:
    Black Caps captain Kane Williamson insists he's ready to play their Twenty20 World Cup cricket opener against Pakistan tomorrow morning 5:34

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