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01/09/2015 - General News

Z welcomes new independent director

Z Energy Chair, Peter Griffiths, today announced the appointment of Mark Cross to the Z Board as an independent director.

Mark is a professional director with a background of more than 20 years in investment banking in New Zealand, Australia and the UK. Mark holds a number of diverse directorships, including with Genesis Energy Limited, Argosy Property Limited, Milford Asset Management and Triathlon New Zealand, and is the Chair of MFL Mutual Fund Limited/Superannuation Investments Limited. Mark is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and a member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors.

Peter Griffiths said Mark will bring a wealth of valuable commercial experience to the Z Board.

“Mark has extensive experience in financial markets and in the governance of a range of organisations, including publicly listed companies,” said Peter. “I am very pleased to welcome him to the Z Board.”

Peter Griffiths said the Board has been actively planning for Mark’s recruitment as part of its broader director succession planning process and expects to make further Board appointments over the coming months.

In accordance with the NZX Main Board/Debt Market Listing Rules and the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations, the Board also determined that Mark is an independent director.

Mark’s appointment to the Z Board takes the number of directors to eight, with six independentand two non-independent directors. Mark’s appointment takes effect today.

27/08/2015 - Sustainability news

Going crazily MAD in Auckland

When senior leaders at Western Gas got together to brainstorm ideas as part of Z’s sustainability competition, the group had no trouble identifying Project Twin Streams as an opportunity to make a real difference in their community.

Z had challenged the 3,000 site staff across its retail network to come up with an idea that highlights what sustainability means to them, as part of an annual competition to uncover original and locally-focused sustainability ideas.

Western Gas, which manages thirteen Z sites across the west Auckland region, has been supporting the Twin Streams project group in its drive to improve water quality in Waitakere streams by re-vegetating 56kms of stream banks with native trees and shrubs. The project area surrounds most of the Western Gas sites, making the project a really good fit with Western Gas’ stand of being crazily MAD (Making A Difference) in their community.

On a very cold, windy and rainy Auckland day in August, a group of Western Gas staff got their hands dirty, helping Community Waitakere plant 200+ native trees in the Henderson Creek area (which, for those that don’t know, is particularly close to Z Bruce McLaren, Z Lincoln Road and Z Massey North).

Although an impressive start, this is just the beginning of the Western Gas team’s commitment, and the group are now working with Project Twin Streams to adopt a specific area to look after.

Photo: Mohammed Ilyas, Shahid Iqbal, Harpreet Singh, Abu Hero, Rajinder Singh, Karam Pal, Arvin Autajay get into planting

Z’s Sustainability Manager, Gerri Ward, says the Western Gas team’s efforts reinforce Z’s incredible site staff and their commitment to sustainability.

“We know our site staff are one of our best assets here at Z, and given they’re out there in the community, we reckon they often have the best local knowledge when it comes to things we could be doing differently.”

“It was great to see the team from Western Gas picking a local project, and one they feel really passionate about.”

Gerri says the company’s competition has been a real success, and has had a great impact in helping Z continue on its sustainability journey.

“At Z, we reckon we’re making good progress on our sustainability journey, and we’re always looking for ways to do things better.

“Based on how well it’s gone this time, we’re looking at holding the competition annually – this will help us to source other original, locally-focussed and scalable ideas from across Z’s retail network.”

 

 

17/08/2015 - Sustainability news

Drive yourself to a holiday each year

Last winter, Christchurch-based truck driver Surita Heyden joined Z’s team of ‘eco drivers’ in a challenge to find New Zealand’s most efficient driver.

One year on, Surita, her husband and their daughter have found themselves not only saving money on their fuel costs, but also driving more safely as a result of what they learned through Z’s training.

“We reckon we’ve saved more than $600 in fuel costs over the last 12 months, which is incredible. What’s also been amazing is the influence we’ve been able to have on our family and friends – just sharing the tips we’ve learned, and the money we’ve saved,” says Surita.

Figuring out that the most efficient way to drive isn’t about maintaining a constant speed was an important realisation.

“There was a real ‘a-ha!’ moment for me when I realised that it’s actually about throttle control, and not about travelling at a constant speed. Instead of driving constantly at 100km/h on the open road, which uses a lot of energy, I realised practising throttle control gives me all the momentum I need to get up and over a hill.”

Even though she already considered herself an eco- and safety-conscious driver, Surita is quick to point out that being even more eco-efficient has had its challenges.

“I’ve had to learn to check myself when I’m frustrated – you know, when you just want to floor the accelerator and get away from the slow driver in front of you.

“I’ve learned to be a lot calmer in the car than I was before, because my focus is different now – instead of trying to get from A to B in 10 seconds, for me now it’s about getting from A to B more safely, and while using less energy.”

Driving more defensively, keeping an eye on the hill (or slow vehicle) coming up ahead and adjusting your driving accordingly, are all important not only for being a more efficient driver, but also for being safer on the road.

“The fact that you’re always looking 20 seconds ahead has been great. It gives you a lot more time for decision-making, and means I can comfortably and safely apply the eco-techniques that we’ve learned.

“It’s also given me time to make good decisions – to observe what’s around me, and make better calls as a result. I’ve definitely found myself driving more proactively than reactively.”

Z’s Sustainability Manager, Gerri Ward, says while it may sound counterintuitive for a fuel company to help customers to use less fuel, the eco-driver training was a really natural fit for the company.

“As a kiwi company on the journey to running a more sustainable business, our sustainability programme has to include helping our customers to be able to reduce their own carbon footprint, as well as focusing on our own”, says Gerri. “It was a real buzz seeing how much Surita and the other eco-drivers gained from undertaking the training, and the benefits they’ve seen over the past year”. The proof has been in the pudding for Surita and her family, however, who say the evidence of the fuel – and dollar - savings they’ve made is what’s really driven the changes home.

“When I sat down and worked it out, I thought – I can have another good holiday every year with all the money I’ve saved! That was what really cemented the changes for me personally.”


Eco-drivers Surita Heyden (L) and Z’s Aviation Admin Officer, Christine Parker (R), met during the Z training and still catch up regularly for coffee.

10/08/2015 - Sustainability news

Tourists help with New Zealand’s ‘clean, green’ image

Photo: Matt, from our Christchurch office, and Kevin and Lynne Burns from Z’s ‘Scenic South’ retail cluster.

Tourists arriving in Queenstown can now play their part in maintaining New Zealand’s clean, green image thanks to a recycling pilot which will see degradable bags for recyclable waste put into rental vehicles leaving the region.

The initiative, a partnership between Z Energy and Tourism Holdings (THL), was the winning idea from Z’s recent sustainability competition in which it challenged the 3,000 site staff across its retail network to come up with an idea that highlights what sustainability means to them and their neighbourhoods.

“At Z, we reckon we’re making good progress on our sustainability journey, and we’re always looking for ways to do things better,” says Z’s Sustainability Manager, Gerri Ward.

“Our incredible site staff are one of our best assets here at Z, and given they’re out there in the community, we reckon they often have the best local knowledge when it comes to things we could be doing differently.”

Z’s ‘Scenic South’ retail cluster, led by Kevin and Lynne Burns from Queenstown, submitted the winning idea after experiencing issues with visitors to Queenstown dumping mixed waste rubbish.

“Kevin and Lynne identified an issue with campervans and rental cars, especially those on key tourist routes in the region, dumping bags of non-recyclable rubbish in – or even outside - the forecourt recycling bins at a number of Z stations,” says Gerri.

“Their suggestion – providing tourists with different coloured bags so they could sort their waste inside their vehicles and separate out those recyclables – was a fantastic one, and exactly the kind of thing we were after with this competition.”

For THL, partnering with Z to support the initiative was a natural fit.

“As one of the largest providers of holiday campervans for rent and sale in New Zealand, we thought that enabling visitors to New Zealand to sort their own rubbish by fitting out our campervans and rental vehicles with separate bags was a brilliant idea,” says THL’s Queenstown Acting Branch Manager, Teresa Blanpain.

“Both Queenstown and the Central Otago region in general are tourist hot spots, and areas where a lot of our customers start their journeys, so it seemed like the perfect location to trial the pilot.”

Gerri says the company’s sustainability competition was a hit, with 77 ideas submitted from across Z’s national retail network.

“We reckon we’re going to be able to implement around three quarters of them, which is obviously a great result for Z and for our communities.

“Working with THL to get the separate waste and recycling bags into all of the rental campervans leaving Queenstown from early August is a great start, and we look forward to seeing these pre-sorted bags turning up on our Z sites.”

Z says it plans to hold the competition annually to source other original, locally-focused and scalable ideas from its retail site staff network. 

 

27/07/2015 - General News

Groups to do more good in the hood with $250,000

 

Fourteen neighbourhood groups have been ‘supercharged’ for 2015 with a share of $250,000 from Z Energy.
The Good in the Hood Supercharger funding will deliver benefits in communities across New Zealand — from helping the Child Cancer Foundation launch a new programme to keep families in touch to getting a Sweet Louise nurse on the road in Palmerston North and opening a new clinic for victims of sexual assault in the Bay of Plenty.
The 14 worthy groups were supported this year through Z’s Good in the Hood programme and selected for Supercharger based on voting by Z customers and frontline staff at Z stations. 
New Zealanders also had their say about how the money was allocated, posting hundreds of comments on the groups’ video pitches explaining what they’d do with extra funding at z.co.nz.
The decision on how to allocate the funding was made by a panel led by Z Chief Executive Mike Bennetts, and including frontline service station staff and operators.
“The groups are all doing an incredible amount of good in our communities and they put forward some really compelling pitches to share in the funding,” Z’s Community Manager Christine Langdon said.
The Child Cancer Foundation was a top favourite, with five of its branches selected across the country. They have received $60,000 to establish a pilot programme to help newly diagnosed children keep in touch with their family, classmates and teachers.
Z Supercharger funding will enable the Child Cancer Foundation to purchase tablets loaded with specially-designed apps to help children undergoing cancer treatment in Auckland and Christchurch to understand what they are going through, and to stay connected with their school, family and friends at home — which in most instances is in another town or city.
“We’re thrilled that Good in the Hood Supercharger funding will enable 14 outstanding groups to do even more good in our local communities. For some of the groups it means they can do projects this year that they wouldn’t have had the funding to otherwise do,” says Christine.
“We’re also thrilled that we were able to partner with Toyota New Zealand to do even more good for two groups that were looking for Supercharger funding to buy vehicles.”
Toyota New Zealand has contributed significantly to help Sweet Louise to get a nurse on the road in Palmerston North and the Disabled Citizens Society in Otago to purchase a van to move around equipment needed for its work and training centre.
“We reckon that’s incredibly generous of Toyota and will make a huge difference for the groups and the people they work with.”
The Supercharger groups are among hundreds across New Zealand to be part of Z’s Good in the Hood programme this year. Those groups have already shared in close to $1 million — with $4,000 divided between four neighbourhood groups at each Z station, depending on how customers voted in Z stores during May.
Another $1,000 per station has also been set aside for Z’s local Retailers to support other neighbourhood groups and projects throughout the year.
The 14 Supercharged groups are:

Fourteen neighbourhood groups have been ‘supercharged’ for 2015 with a share of $250,000 from Z Energy.

The Good in the Hood Supercharger funding will deliver benefits in communities across New Zealand — from helping the Child Cancer Foundation launch a new programme to keep families in touch to getting a Sweet Louise nurse on the road in Palmerston North and opening a new clinic for victims of sexual assault in the Bay of Plenty.

The 14 worthy groups were supported this year through Z’s Good in the Hood programme and selected for Supercharger based on voting by Z customers and frontline staff at Z stations. 

New Zealanders also had their say about how the money was allocated, posting hundreds of comments on the groups’ video pitches explaining what they’d do with extra funding at z.co.nz.

The decision on how to allocate the funding was made by a panel led by Z Chief Executive Mike Bennetts, and including frontline service station staff and operators.

“The groups are all doing an incredible amount of good in our communities and they put forward some really compelling pitches to share in the funding,” Z’s Community Manager Christine Langdon said.

The Child Cancer Foundation was a top favourite, with five of its branches selected across the country. They have received $60,000 to establish a pilot programme to help newly diagnosed children keep in touch with their family, classmates and teachers.

Z Supercharger funding will enable the Child Cancer Foundation to purchase tablets loaded with specially-designed apps to help children undergoing cancer treatment in Auckland and Christchurch to understand what they are going through, and to stay connected with their school, family and friends at home — which in most instances is in another town or city.

“We’re thrilled that Good in the Hood Supercharger funding will enable 14 outstanding groups to do even more good in our local communities. For some of the groups it means they can do projects this year that they wouldn’t have had the funding to otherwise do,” says Christine.

“We’re also thrilled that we were able to partner with Toyota New Zealand to do even more good for two groups that were looking for Supercharger funding to buy vehicles.”

Toyota New Zealand has contributed significantly to help Sweet Louise to get a nurse on the road in Palmerston North and the Disabled Citizens Society in Otago to purchase a van to move around equipment needed for its work and training centre.

“We reckon that’s incredibly generous of Toyota and will make a huge difference for the groups and the people they work with.”

The Supercharger groups are among hundreds across New Zealand to be part of Z’s Good in the Hood programme this year. Those groups have already shared in close to $1 million — with $4,000 divided between four neighbourhood groups at each Z station, depending on how customers voted in Z stores during May.

Another $1,000 per station has also been set aside for Z’s local Retailers to support other neighbourhood groups and projects throughout the year.

The 14 Supercharged groups are:

 

Successful groups Region Amount Purpose
Blind Foundation Auckland $18,000 Guide dog centre upgrade
Coastguard Hibiscus Auckland $10,000 Towards floating dock purchase
Mana Volunteer Coastguard Wellington $10,000 Towards floating dock purchase
Sweet Louise Manawatu / Taranaki $18,000 Vehicle and fuel
Bay of Plenty Sexual Assault Services Bay of Plenty $20,000 New support service in Whakatane
Life Education Counties Manukau $18,000 Take their mobile classroom to 1000 more children
Disabled Citizens Society Otago $37,000 New forklift and vehicle to support employment creation
Child Cancer Foundation Auckland, Hamilton, Hastings, Wellington, Otago/Southland $60,000 Keeping Families in touch pilot programme
Canterbury West Coast Air Rescue Christchurch $8,625 Air mission funding (one mission)
Westpac Rescue Helicopter Waikato Waikato $10,000 Winch trainer upgrade for night training
Camp Quality Christchurch $5,500 Summer camp activities for 55 children living with cancer
Heart Kids Waikato $13,000 Parents' conference, family get-togethers and fuel
Wellington Free Ambulance Wellington $10,000 Towards putting another ambulance on the road
St John Christchurch $12,000 Train 12 additional volunteers

 

For more information or to arrange an interview with Z or a Supercharger group, contact Christine Langdon, Community Manager, on 04 498 0223 or christine.langdon@z.co.nz

09/07/2015 - General News

Z to supercharge local groups’ 2015 with $250,000

Neighbourhood groups doing extra good in their hoods have been selected to receive a share of $250,000 from Z Energy to help ‘supercharge’ their 2015.

The 14 groups were chosen after in-store voting for Good in the Hood by customers at every Z site throughout May, and then regional voting by Z site staff.

Now it’s up to New Zealanders to tell Z how they reckon the funding should be allocated between the successful groups.

The groups range from Mana Volunteer Coastguard and Bay of Plenty Sexual Assault Support Services in the North, to Camp Quality Christchurch and Disabled Citizens Society Otago in the South. The Child Cancer Foundation was also a top favourite, with five of its branches selected across the country.

Inspiring video pitches from all the groups about what they’d do with extra funding in 2015 are available from now until 19 July at Z.co.nz, and the public is being invited to tell Z what they reckon. Groups could receive anything from $1,000 to $100,000.

The final decision on how to share the $250,000 will be made on 20 July by a panel led by Z Chief Executive Mike Bennetts.

Z Community Manger Christine Langdon says the panel will have some tough decisions to make. “Ultimately, they’ll be looking to allocate the $250,000 in a way that will help people who need it in our communities around NZ.

“The chosen groups do a power of good in their local communities and we’re delighted to be supporting them through Good in the Hood Supercharger.”

The Supercharger groups are among hundreds across New Zealand to be part of Z’s Good in the Hood programme this year. Those groups have already shared in close to $1 million — with $4,000 divided between four neighbourhood groups at each Z station, depending on how customers voted in Z stores during May.

Another $1,000 per station has also been set aside for Z’s local Retailers to support other neighbourhood groups and projects throughout the year.

For a full list of successful Supercharger groups, and to view their pitch videos, visit www.z.co.nz/goodinthehood 

01/07/2015 - General News

Commerce Commission application filed

Z Energy today said its application to the Commerce Commission for the company’s acquisition of Chevron New Zealand has been filed and is now available on the Commission’s website at www.comcom.govt.nz.
Z Chief Executive Mike Bennetts said anytime competitors merged it was appropriate for the competitive implications to be thoroughly examined. He said while the application was for a significant transaction, the company was confident in the strength of its application and looked forward to working with the Commission to process it.
Key points in Z’s application are that:
 Global fuel companies are likely to continue to look to exit small, mature markets like New Zealand and Z, as a local company that only services the domestic market, is the best buyer of these assets for New Zealand
 New Zealand’s liquid fuel supply chain is currently operated in a range of joint ventures, so there is no lessening of competition across the supply chain
 The Caltex and Z branded service station networks are largely complementary in that significant consumer choice will remain following the transaction. For example, across New Zealand there are just five instances of where there is only a Z and a Caltex-branded service station together within a radius of five kilometres
 The business models of the two brands are completely different and again complementary, with Caltex-branded service stations owned and operated by independent business people who set their own fuel prices.
Z Energy said the process of working through the application with the Commission would now continue and was expected to take a number of months.

Z Energy today said its application to the Commerce Commission for the company’s acquisition of Chevron New Zealand has been filed and is now available on the Commission’s website at www.comcom.govt.nz.

Z Chief Executive Mike Bennetts said anytime competitors merged it was appropriate for the competitive implications to be thoroughly examined. He said while the application was for a significant transaction, the company was confident in the strength of its application and looked forward to working with the Commission to process it.

Key points in Z’s application are that:

 Global fuel companies are likely to continue to look to exit small, mature markets like New Zealand and Z, as a local company that only services the domestic market, is the best buyer of these assets for New Zealand

 New Zealand’s liquid fuel supply chain is currently operated in a range of joint ventures, so there is no lessening of competition across the supply chain

 The Caltex and Z branded service station networks are largely complementary in that significant consumer choice will remain following the transaction. For example, across New Zealand there are just five instances of where there is only a Z and a Caltex-branded service station together within a radius of five kilometres

 The business models of the two brands are completely different and again complementary, with Caltex-branded service stations owned and operated by independent business people who set their own fuel prices.

Z Energy said the process of working through the application with the Commission would now continue and was expected to take a number of months.

12/06/2015 - Sustainability news

Inspiring grassroots sustainability

At Z, sustainability is not only about setting ambitious targets, measuring and managing progress; it’s also about inspiring people to get into action on site.

Nigel Andrews, our Retailer in Nelson, is a great example of how a fantastic attitude and empowering leadership can make a real difference to our local environment.

Nigel Andrews runs Z sites in Nelson, Picton, Blenheim and Greymouth and won the Nelsonian of the Year Award for Business in January 2015. 

Nigel’s leadership has empowered and inspired his team to get after sustainability in their own activities. The cluster office has worked with magazine suppliers to reduce the number of deliveries; resulting in over 4,500 less unsold magazines ending up in the recycling bins over the past year.  With an additional concerted focus on waste since last June the team had reduced their general waste charges by a whopping 46% by February this year.

Nigel got in touch last year to see if there were some eco-driving tips he could share with drivers, in order to help them save fuel. We happily shared EECA’s fuel-saving tips brochures with him, which he’s handed out to passing drivers; doing the right thing by the environment, and saving our customers money.

Long-term, effective results aren’t possible without a team effort and Nigel is excellent at getting his staff motivated and supporting them to make a difference.

One great example is Charline Hickesey at Z Grove Road, who has gone out of her way to work with site teams and local community groups to find ways that waste from sites can be re-used or recycled.

“It just makes sense,” says Nigel. “You can help save the environment, save money, and get a better handle on where the inefficiencies are in your business by acting sustainably.”

So, what’s Nigel’s secret to achieving great sustainable outcomes?

“Consistently educating and inspiring your teams, getting them motivated and then providing them with the tools and support to get after great results,” says Nigel.

We reckon that sounds like an awesome recipe for success.

05/06/2015 - General News

Z announced as Best Employer

Z Energy has been announced as a 2015 Aon Hewitt Best Employer. The award recognises
Z as one of New Zealand’s best employers.
This annual award recognises the best employers across New Zealand and Australia by examining 
employee engagement scores and people practices.
Z Chief Executive, Mike Bennetts said the company is really proud to be recognised as a best 
employer in New Zealand and believes it’s a real testament to the company’s commitment to its 
people.
“Being recognised as a best employer truly reflects the investment we’ve made in our people, 
culture, and leadership practices since day one,” says Mike.
Z is the only Best Employer across Australasia who is also accredited as an Aon Hewitt Top Company 
for Leaders.
Z’s focus on people and leadership has come from the bottom up, with its company values and 
leadership framework being generated by simply asking its people what mattered to them.
“Each area of employee engagement and leadership has been developed by our people, for our people.
“Taking this approach has meant our people are fully engaged in what the company stands for, 
because ultimately it’s what they already stood for and expected as individuals.”
One area that Z has focussed on is its leadership framework which links directly to business 
outcomes, including financial performance measures.
“We invest in the growth and development of our people because we ultimately believe that it is our 
people who deliver our results.
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“It is through demonstrating extraordinary leadership our people are able to deliver the 
extraordinary results that our stakeholders and shareholders expect.
Z firmly stands behind research that points to organisations with high employee engagement 
outperforming their peers and has seen this play out within the company.
“We’re very proud to be recognised as a best employer, however we realise that we must continue to 
be relentless in this space,” said Mike.
The Best Employer recognition adds to Z’s other recent acknowledgements, with the company also 
being listed as New Zealand’s second most reputable company in the Colmar Brunton Top 20 Reputation 
Index last month.

Z Energy has been announced as a 2015 Aon Hewitt Best Employer. The award recognises Z as one of New Zealand’s best employers.

This annual award recognises the best employers across New Zealand and Australia by examining employee engagement scores and people practices.

Z Chief Executive, Mike Bennetts said the company is really proud to be recognised as a best employer in New Zealand and believes it’s a real testament to the company’s commitment to its people.

“Being recognised as a best employer truly reflects the investment we’ve made in our people, culture, and leadership practices since day one,” says Mike.

Z is the only Best Employer across Australasia who is also accredited as an Aon Hewitt Top Company for Leaders.

Z’s focus on people and leadership has come from the bottom up, with its company values and leadership framework being generated by simply asking its people what mattered to them.

“Each area of employee engagement and leadership has been developed by our people, for our people.

“Taking this approach has meant our people are fully engaged in what the company stands for, because ultimately it’s what they already stood for and expected as individuals.”

One area that Z has focussed on is its leadership framework which links directly to business outcomes, including financial performance measures.

“We invest in the growth and development of our people because we ultimately believe that it is our people who deliver our results. 3 Queens Wharf

“It is through demonstrating extraordinary leadership our people are able to deliver the extraordinary results that our stakeholders and shareholders expect.

Z firmly stands behind research that points to organisations with high employee engagement outperforming their peers and has seen this play out within the company.

“We’re very proud to be recognised as a best employer, however we realise that we must continue to be relentless in this space,” said Mike.

The Best Employer recognition adds to Z’s other recent acknowledgements, with the company also being listed as New Zealand’s second most reputable company in the Colmar Brunton Top 20 Reputation Index last month.

04/06/2015 - Sustainability news

Z’s submission on setting New Zealand’s post-2020 climate change target

In December 2015, countries will meet in Paris to establish a new international climate change agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). An important part of the agreement will be the individual contributions that each country makes to address climate change. Specifically, all countries have been asked to put forward a target to reduce emissions after 2020 as part of their contribution, in advance of the Paris meeting.

The Government has called for submissions on the post-2020 climate change target. The timeframe for consultation was short (2 weeks) and public and business interest in submitting on what New Zealand’s contribution should be has been very high. In short, this is our one chance to influence what the New Zealand Government’s positon should be at international negotiations on climate change, at a critical point on this inarguable global environmental threat.

At Z we believe all parts of the economy have a role to play in reducing our emissions, from government and the public sector to households and the private sector. We believe New Zealand has the opportunity to meaningfully contribute to innovative and constructive solutions to climate change, and to benefit economically from them; locally and globally. Z is committed to being a part of this journey.

You can read Z’s submission here.

 

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