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While the agriculture sector was the largest contributor to New Zealand's gross greenhouse gas emissions in 2019, (inclusive of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases) the inventory calculations found energy (including transport) comprised the remaining 42 percent (34.3 Mt CO2-e) of emissions, with transport making up 19.7% of the national GHG inventory total.

Of total emissions, 46% was carbon dioxide, 42% was methane, and nitrous oxide made up 10%.

Gross emissions were up on 2018 by 2% due primarily to emission increases in manufacturing industries and construction, and public electricity and heat production.

 


For additional details, please visit the link below:

https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/440352/nz-greenhouse-gas-emissions-agriculture-energy-sectors-biggest-contributors-in-2019 

 

After seven years without service to Fiji, Maersk is committing two 2,500 TEU vessels to routes between Suva, Lautoka and Auckland, Tauranga, Nelson, Timaru and Lyttleton in New Zealand.

The service, named the Sirius Star Service is named after the twin stars Sirius, which pass over the Fiji group each evening.

 

 

For additional details, visit the link below:

https://fijisun.com.fj/2021/04/08/maersk-operated-vessels-returns-t0-fiji-first-here/ 

Goundar Shipping has been accused of falsifying safety documents amid police investigations into human trafficking and rights violations, with the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) alleging their investigations have revealed that "Goundar Shipping's ferries have likely not received critical maintenance required nor have they been staffed with crew of required skill and experience, according to Fijian regulations and international rules".

For the full article, please visit the link below:

https://www.rnz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/439720/call-for-govt-to-act-amid-allegations-against-fiji-shipping-giant 

East by West Ferries’ all-electric ferry is expected to be in the water next month, but it may be a year or more before it can be recharged quickly enough to do a full schedule of sailings across Wellington harbour. Electric charging company Retnya is co-ordinating the charging infrastructure for the ferry, which claimed it would initially take from under an hour to 90 minutes to fully recharge the ferry after each return trip across the harbour, depending on the weather, wind, tides and passenger numbers. That is expected to mean the zero-emissions ferry will be able to cover five or six of the 16 daily return sailings operated by East by West.

 

 

For additional details, please visit the link below:

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/124730936/wellingtons-electric-ferry-is-close-but-it-may-be-next-year-before-it-can-do-full-schedule