NZ in 'crosshairs' at global COP28 talks

NZ in 'crosshairs' at global COP28 talks
NZ's humble dairy cows could be debated at this year's COP. (Image: Fonterra)
Riley Kennedy
Ian Llewellyn
New Zealand could be in the “crosshairs” at this year’s global climate change conference over its progress in reducing emissions, Fonterra’s chief executive Miles Hurrell says.The 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference, otherwise known as COP28, is being held in Dubai, with Hurrell attending as both Fonterra’s CEO and chair of the Global Dairy Platform.Newly sworn-in climate change minister Simon Watts and the now-former climate change minister James Shaw are both representing NZ, with more than 70,000...

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