Consultation opens on government's Zero Carbon Bill

Rebecca Howard
Thu, 07 Jun 2018

By Rebecca Howard June 7 (BusinessDesk) - Climate Change Minister James Shaw today launched a six-week consultation on the government's Zero Carbon bill, legislation that will include a new 2050 emissions reduction target.  "The Zero Carbon Bill is about providing stability and predictability, by setting out a clear path and a plan to upgrade our economy and help ensure a stable climate for the future,” Shaw said in a statement. Shortly after being elected, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the government would set a target of a net...

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