Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro has a list of excuses for the Amazon fires that threaten ‘the lungs of the world’… and they won’t be unfamiliar to those debating the environment here in New Zealand
The short answer is no; the long answer requires an explanation of what form that revolution will take.
As we head into another drier-than-normal season, New Zealand needs to put more thought into water management
The election demonstrated deep divisions. Will the next three years make them worse or help heal the rift? And where will the pressure points be?
There's plenty of evidence that more farm production could actually help, not harm, efforts to protect the environment
In 2012, National Ministers’ environment choices left us 100% poorer - or pooer, in the case of our impure, faecally-contaminated rivers
Obama to release $3 trillion deficit-reduction plan; Obama plan includes $1.5 trillion in tax increases, which Republicans expected to oppose; China closes solar panel factory that has been focus of anti-pollution demonstrations; South Korea and US working on joint response to small-scale attacks from North Korea; gunmen kill 36 in a Burundi bar; Farc rebels in Colombia attack police station; and more
At new year, in spring time, and on Anzac Day, my calendar clocks another year, and I resolve to start again, again. This blog is not immune to it: it’s time for a change, because we know everything we need to, about National’s green blues
The Greens’ policy platform needs as much rebuilding as any other party’s, to make it strong and sustainable
A dinner-time phone call from a Tory pollster sparks some thoughts about the wording of political questions and the biases that appear between the words