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As the Government tries to sell its policies on critical energy and environment matters, business is wanting analysis and interpretation of them:
What are the compliance costs associated with these policies? Get advance warning of policy shifts that could affect your costs.
Find out about draft legislation, amendments to Acts and regulations and the dates they will be effective, plus enforcement practices.
Conflict continues between national and regional policies, creating an uneven playing field - for example: inconsistent application of the Resource Management Act.
Find out the ramifications of this critical Act!
Is Green always bad? Learn about "green" technologies that should have a place in your plans and projects.
Find out why wind farms are becoming the "in thing" for regional councils.
Stay abreast of the latest Energy and Environment management techniques and strategies worth investing in.
Find out about the policy announcements, research, new ideas, and local and international activity that affects business in important areas.
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NZ Energy & Environment Business Week is written and edited by Trans Tasman and The Main Report editorial staff headed by Max Bowden (Editor in Chief), Ian Templeton and Rob Hosking (Senior Writers), Tony Doe (Research Analyst) and Chris Mole (Associate Editor).
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