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By Lydia Lewis, RNZ Pacific journalist A former Tuvalu prime minister says while the New Zealand government's oil and gas plans show it is concerned...

By Lydia Lewis, RNZ Pacific journalist The President of Palau has slammed New Zealand's new government for its oil and gas exploration plans as the...

By Tess Brunton, RNZ News reporter A Dunedin climate activist has been sentenced to 125 hours of community work after writing a fake email saying...

ANALYSIS: By Kevin Trenberth, University of Auckland The announcement of a partnership between the New Zealand government and the world’s biggest investment manager BlackRock in...

Monday’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report has given a "final warning" to avert global catastrophe. Pacific cabinet ministers call on all world...

ANALYSIS: By Bronwyn Hayward, University of Canterbury This decade is the critical moment for making deep, rapid cuts to emissions, and acting to protect people...

By Nick Young of Greenpeace My family and I are lucky to have come through it unscathed, but my neighbourhood in Titirangi has been ravaged. Many...

ANALYSIS: By James Renwick, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington The extraordinary flood event Auckland experienced on the night of January 27, the...

ANALYSIS: By Russel Norman, executive director of Greenpeace Aotearoa Only people power can ensure genuine enduring progress on climate and people need to know the...

COMMENTARY: By Megan Darby, editor of Climate Home News When it comes to the world’s two biggest emitters, we are caught between a secretive autocracy...

RNZ Pacific Pacific civil society organisations say COP26 was the most exclusionary and inequitable of the annual United Nations climate negotiations so far and the...

ANALYSIS: By Robert Hales, Griffith University and Brendan Mackey, Griffith University After two hard-fought weeks of negotiations, the Glasgow climate change summit is, at last,...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Chloé Farand, Joe Lo, Isabelle Gerretsen and Megan Darby After a series of tense huddles, more than 24 hours into overtime, the gavel went...

By Craig McCulloch, RNZ News deputy political editor New Zealand is heading for a major upheaval under a landmark plan to combat the climate crisis...

ANALYSIS: By Ian Lowe of Griffith University Documentary maker Michael Moore’s latest offering, Planet of the Humans, rightly argues that infinite growth on a...

By Warief Djajanto Basorie Three hundred schoolchildren from the greater Jakarta area sat on a red carpet covering the cavernous Soedjarwo auditorium—named to honour the...

Pacific Media Report Newsdesk Australia has picked up a second Fossil of the Day award at COP23 in Bonn for seeking to twist, water down...

With Beijing and Shanghai experiencing a decline in air pollution, is China finally starting to win the battle for its clean energy revolution? Jihee...

Banking group ANZ is one of the biggest investors in fossil fuel industries. Failing to get much response from management with letters, activists 350...

The signing of the Paris Accord on climate change at the United Nations. Video: PBS News Hour clip By Carole Landry in New York With their...

Report from Eco Watch By Andy Rowell of Oil Change International Corporate Accountability International (CAI) released a report exposing the “filthy” track record of some of...