Some tough climate change choices ahead for NZ's next govt

Some tough climate change choices ahead for NZ's next govt
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Adrian Macey and Dave Frame
Judging by the policy announcements from the major parties, climate change isn’t top of political minds as the election approaches.While disappointing for those eager to see faster emissions reductions, it could be advantageous if you prefer sound and resilient policies.The last thing anyone should want is more ad-hoc, politically implausible vote-seeking soundbites that plague pre-election periods but which cannot advance durable policy.What’s needed is at least a bipartisan core supported by the two major parties – something...

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