GAVIN EVANS: Climate change: announcements or action?

Gavin Evans
Tue, 30 Jun 2020

Gavin Evans
Tue, 30 Jun 2020
New Zealand may be poised to make its second big emissions export in five years.The Marsden Point oil refinery – apparently doomed for closure – ranks among the top-quarter of plants globally for emissions performance.But should it close, as many observers expect, the million-odd tonnes of CO2 it produces annually will magically disappear from this country’s emissions liability.That may thrill some, but unless we can source petrol, diesel and jet fuel from only the cleanest producers in the world, the replacement imports will...
Listed Companies
Huljich family sells 25% of Pushpay stake
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The Huljich family has sold a quarter of its cornerstone stake in Pushpay Holdings, one of the rising software company stars. The 14.4 million shares were sold for $123.8 million, or $8.60 per shar...

Housing market rebounds sharply; caution required
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Election 2020
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