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Business and climate change: ‘NZ on edge of tipping point’

Climate minister James Shaw told conference goers the hardest part to tackle climate change was getting started, since the country had deferred action for three decades.

Leaders debate New Zealand’s climate change progress.

Kate McVicar Wed, 20 Sep 2023

Business leaders and political figures at the two-day Climate Change and Business Conference at Auckland's Viaduct heard the message yesterday that more work is needed to continue New Zealand’s efforts to combat and mitigate climate change.

The 15th annual conference was attended by close to 700

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Kate McVicar Wed, 20 Sep 2023
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