CONFERENCE: Regenerating our landscape with native forest
Pure Advantage and Tāne’s Tree Trust are taking O Tātou Ngahere to an important next level in an event that will shine more light on the WHY and HOW of native forest regeneration and management.
What does it take for Aotearoa New Zealand to lead in addressing big challenges like climate change or threats to
freshwater and ecosystem health? Where do you even start in trying to answer such a question?
The strength and richness of our science, our abundant natural resources, and the clarity of our bicultural leadership, place Aotearoa in an exciting position. Pure Advantage is proud to help translate these advantages into real-world environmental and economic solutions.
The built environment, and the construction and building sector, has an instrumental role to play as Aotearoa moves towards a healthier, zero carbon nation.
Unleashing the taniwha means finding our niche on net zero markets, identifying sunrise supply chains and becoming even better at what we’re good at.
Recent advice from the Climate Change Commission (CCC) confirms that New Zealand is not on track to meet its 2050 targets, earmarking an increase in renewable energy as a leading priority.
Smart systems make optimal use of all the interconnected information and agents available to more efficiently optimise the use of limited resources for the benefit of society.
Aotearoa – ‘A place where talent wants to live – which is about looking after our pristine environment as much as anything’
– Sir Paul Callaghan
What we’re vibing
The device that reverses CO2 emissions
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New data analysis agreement offers insights into carbon market development
As the implementation of the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) continues…
The UK has released its Hydrogen Strategy
This strategy sets out the approach to developing a thriving low carbon hydrogen sector in the UK to meet ambition for 5GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by 2030.
Hydrogen: the Middle East’s next black gold
Middle Eastern oil producers are making a big bet on hydrogen, the clean fuel that has been generating a lot of interest across the globe since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic