Zoe graduated from Auckland University in 2021 and is excited to embark on her planning career with the experienced team at Campbell Brown Planning.
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We are proud to take science-based action to sustain the life of this place, our people and our future.
Our current footprint is 7.50 tCO2e (tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents), which is 11% lower than last year’s total of 8.40 tCO2e. A reduction in emissions intensity of 0.30 tCO2e/$M has been achieved based upon a 2 year rolling average.
While we take action to reduce emissions, we are proactively offsetting our impacts through the purchase of carbon credits from International Projects like the Amayo Phase II Wind Power Project in Nicaragua which has the additional benefits of increased renewables onto their national grid, technology transfer, employment and economic growth.This is the continuation of our carbon reduction journey, as we work to do our part to keep global temperatures within a 1.5°C increase.
The Resource Management Act (RMA) sets mandatory timeframes for a number of processes carried out under the legislation, to ensure that the planning processes are efficient and avoid unnecessary delay. These timeframes are measured in ‘working days’, which are defined as weekdays excluding specified public holidays and excluding an extended period over Christmas. The RMA calendar applies the working days to the current calendar year to provide a convenient way of calculating the timeframes for particular RMA processes.
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