New Zealand unlikely to cancel surplus Kyoto units -minister

Published 09:26 on June 23, 2016  /  Last updated at 16:08 on June 23, 2016  /  Asia Pacific, New Zealand  /  No Comments

New Zealand is unlikely to cancel any of its 123.7 million surplus Kyoto units to make up for the dubious ERUs it used to meet its 2008-2012 emission target, Climate Change Minister Paula Bennett has told a parliamentary committee.

New Zealand is unlikely to cancel any of its 123.7 million surplus Kyoto units to make up for the dubious ERUs it used to meet its 2008-2012 emission target, Climate Change Minister Paula Bennett has told a parliamentary committee.

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