We publish a Newsletter from time to time, with news of ESR activities, articles and discussion on topics of interest.

The May 2020 Newsletter contatins articles on:

- The end of plastic?

- "Bath sponge" breakthrough in hydrogen storage

- Large areas of London, UK to become car-free

- Where Nature Ends

- City mayors pledge no return to Business-as-usual post Covid-19

- Electric vehicle battery advances

The June 2019 Newsletter contains articles on:

- New Zealand greenhouse gas emmissions

- Electric buses

- Electric cars

- Electric highway for trucks in Germany

- Rail freight electrification

- Light Rail

- EU livestock farm subsidies.

The April 2019 Newsletter contains articles on:

- Stop trying to solve traffic and start building great places

- Accelerating Urgent Action in Urgent times

- More environmentally friendly architecture

- Concrete

- These wooden buildings are high rises

- Superadobe

- 20 Years since the Landmine Ban Treaty came into force

The February 2019 Newsletter contains articles on:

- Applying technology to stave off climate change

- The inconvenient truth about carbon capture

- The carbon-capture era may finally be starting

- UK carbon capture project begins

- Carbon capture facilities (source from company websites)

- New plant-focussed diet would 'transform' plant's future, say scientists

- A third of Himalayan ice-cap doomed

- Environment in multiple crises - report

The September 2018 Newsletter contains articles on:

- Recycling, Germany

- Hydrogen fuel cells

- Electric scooters and motorbikes, Taiwan

- Biofuels for transport; tracking progress

- Global energy goal progress

- California clean energy law

- CO2 level at Mauna Loa update

- Seal level rise accelerating

- Landmines and Cluster Weapons

The June 2018 Newsletter contains articles on:

- The new food: meet the startups racing to reinvent the meal

- UN data suggests that the world’s population will hit 11 billion by 2100

- Climate change to drive migration from island homes sooner than thought

- New technology could slash carbon emissions from aluminium production

- California’s global warming solutions

- Netherlands to build world's first habitable 3D printed houses

- World's first electrified road for charging vehicles opens in Sweden

- Auckland University of Technology’s comments on the Low-emissions economy draft

report by the New Zealand Productivity Commission

- ESR papers available on-line

The February 2018 Newsletter contains articles on:

- ‘Silver bullet’ to suck CO2 from air and halt climate change ruled out.

- Climeworks Carbon Capture Plants

- Carbfix

- Aviation Biofuels & Shipping Emissions

- Electric Vehicles

- New York City’s Fossil Fuel Divestment

- Emissions, Road User Charges and EVs – A Strategy: by ESR Member Cliff Turner

- Extracts from UNFOLD ZERO Newsletter, 25 February 2018

- Comment from the President: What can we do about Auckland’s recycling efforts?

- ESR 15 March AGM Notice. The AGM is to be followed by discussions by Sir Alan

Mark and Rhys Williams on a Carbon Zero Act.

The November 2017 Newsletter contains articles on:

- Trends that could beat global warming

- World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice

- Light rail along Dominion Road, Auckland

- Do we want to get serious about NZ’s CO2 emissions from transport?

- The US will become a net oil exporter within 10 years, says the IEA

- New Zealand climate data

- Wise Response submission to Productivity Commission.

The October 2017 Newsletter contains articles on:

- Sea level rise

- Floods

- Big Carbon

- NOAA Global CO2 June 2017

- Emission budget and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5 C

- NASA: 2016 Global Temperature Increase 0.99C relative to 1951-1980 Average

- Electric Cars

- Global carbon emissions stood still in 2016

- Solar Power is Fastest Growing Source of New Energy

The July 2017 Newsletter contains articles on:

- Extracts from "We are wasting the beautiful world we have been given"

- Extracts from Clive Hamilton’s “Defiant Earth: The fate of humans in the Anthropocene”

- Plastic Waste

- Extracts from Skating on Thin Ice, Economist 29 April 2017

- Generation Zero Launches Climate Act Initiative - NZ Climate Declaration

- North Island Main Trunk Line de-electrification.

The January 2017 Newsletter contains articles on:

- Comment on moves towards reduction of greenhouse gas emissions

- The warming Arctic

- US Energy Production

- Traditional car industry and climate change

- Indian Firm makes carbon capture break-through

- To deal with climate change we need a new financial system

- (Un)Natural disasters: communicating linkages between extreme events and climate change

- This is not normal - Climate researchers take to the streets to protect science

- Nuclear weapons

- UN moves towards a ban on nuclear weapons

The September 2016 Newsletter contains articles on:

- A new type of politics could help prevent climate disaster

- G20 will blow the Paris climate targets - report

- Soaring ocean temperature is 'greatest hidden challenge of our generation'.

- The Anthropocene epoch: scientists declare dawn of human-influenced age.

- Letter from UN Assn NZ requesting help on implementation of the goals and targets of UN Sustainable Development Goals

- Meeting Notice for ESR in Auckland on 20 October 2016.

The July 2016 Newsletter contains articles on

- New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions

- Global warming is already having major impacts

- What would a global increase of 1.5 C be like?

- Can we reduce CO2 emissions and grow the global economy?

- Electric vehicles

- Auckland Climate Change Forum Scoping meeting

- Carbon capture and storage

- Urban sprawl

- ESR Climate Change Papers update

- Engineers Without Borders annual conference.