Pressure mounts on New Zealand to bring agriculture into ETS

Published 13:32 on July 15, 2016  /  Last updated at 20:33 on July 15, 2016  /  Asia Pacific, New Zealand  /  No Comments

Leaving New Zealand's biggest-emitting sector out of its emissions trading scheme makes it tougher for the government to meet its Paris Agreement obligations and unfairly piles costs onto other industries, argued a number of submissions to the nation’s ongoing ETS review.

Leaving New Zealand’s biggest-emitting sector out of its emissions trading scheme makes it tougher for the government to meet its Paris Agreement obligations and unfairly piles costs onto other industries, argued a number of submissions to the nation’s ongoing ETS review.

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