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This event is run at a time when organisations are maintaining and continuing to execute their low emissions strategies.  An increase in priority for emissions stems from customers, financiers, stakeholders, boards and of course, government with the zero carbon bill, a review of the ETS and the establishment of a climate change commission.

A top level shareholder value issue, all organisational leaders need to understand their emissions profile.  They must continually improve their plans and engage on what they are doing to reduce the emissions associated with their activities.

The event features international experts and local leaders from across New Zealand, including the retail, logistics, councils, food and beverage, iwi, government, finance and energy sectors. 

Topics include:

  • Why reducing your emissions is critical to your organisation’s success
  • The commercial, social and environmental benefits of reducing emissions
  • The link between New Zealand’s brand and international competitiveness
  • The importance to your brand and competitiveness
  • The impact on your cost of capital and emissions-related investment trends
  • Measuring, monitoring and management of emissions
  • Technology and solutions across the supply chain, energy, travel and waste
  • Engaging your customers and stakeholders on your journey
  • Aligning your strategy with your peers and the rest of New Zealand 

LATEST UPDATES

17 Nov 2021

Local geothermal steam a winner

Essity, a Swedish headquartered hygiene and health company, is committing to reducing its carbon emissions at its Kawerau site in New Zealand by introducing the world’s first tissue machine running a fully geothermal steam drying process.

Production of tissue paper consumes a lot of heat, extracting moisture from the wood pulp mix, pressing and drying to create well-known tissue product...

04 Nov 2021

Emissions reduction at scale

Silver Fern Farms (SFF), New Zealand’s largest multi-site red meat company is receiving $1 million of co-funding from Government Investment in Decarbonisation (GIDI) Round Two towards their $2.6 million Pareora Hot Water Heat Pump Project. Its Pareora site near Timaru will install a high-temperature heat pump to preheat water for the processing plant, shifting heating load away from fossil...

20 Oct 2021

A new tool for heavy fleet analysis

Ara Ake has launched a free ‘total cost of ownership’ (TCO) tool to help Long-Distance Heavy Freight companies and the public sector better understand the options for decarbonising their road fleet.

It calculates the cost of road freight movements using different fuels for a given freight trip. By using a TCO approach in calculating the different powered fuels per unit, decision-makers...