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The average New Zealand household’s emissions fell 11% between 2006 and 2012, mostly because the production of some high-emissions goods is creating fewer greenhouse gases.
This report summarises current and emerging options, and discusses methods to calculate methane and nitrous oxide emissions at the paddock, farm, regional and national scale.
This paper explores how New Zealand should address agricultural greenhouse gas emissions: methane and nitrous oxide.
This paper examines the effect on New Zealand Unit prices following the New Zealand government's decision to de-link their emissions trading scheme from the Kyoto market.
New Zealand households are emitting 4.6 per cent less greenhouse gas than they used to, but due to population increases, the amount of greenhouse gas entering the atmosphere from households is...
Land is an important social and economic resource. Knowing the spatial distribution of land use and the expected location of future land-use change is important to inform decision makers. This...
New Zealand needs a shared pathway toward a global low-emission future and the role of emission pricing.
This paper explores how the carbon emissions related to the consumption categories of households in New Zealand vary with household characteristics.
This paper presents the results of simulations using the integrated Land Use in Rural New Zealand model to analyse the effect of various New Zealand emissions trading scheme scenarios on land-...