New Zealand philanthropist Gareth Morgan on Friday outlined his new political party’s climate change policy platform ahead of the Sep. election, pledging to reform the emissions trading scheme, permanently close it off from international offsets and cancel nearly 100 million surplus government carbon credits.
New Zealand philanthropist Gareth Morgan on Friday outlined the climate change stance of his new political party ahead of the September election, pledging to reform the ETS, permanently close it off from international offsets and cancel nearly 100 million surplus government carbon credits.
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