The farm shed invention that could power this whole town with clean energy

After more than a decade on the drawing board, a farmer and an engineer say they have created a generator that runs off green waste, recycles its emissions, and costs virtually nothing.

How a gas plant could wipe out a year’s worth of solar power emissions savings

The equivalent to the annual reduction in greenhouse gases from all of the country's solar panels combined could effectively be wiped out by a single oil and gas project's failure to capture any of its emissions for two years.

Kiwi scientists breed sheep to fart and burp less

A NZ agricultural research company has bred a line of sheep which produce 10 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions.

Kiwi scientists breed sheep to fart and burp less

A NZ agricultural research company has bred a line of sheep which produce 10 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions.