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Greenhouse gases up 19.6% on 1990 levels

James Shaw says urgent action needed on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Brent Edwards
Thu, 12 Apr 2018

Greenhouse gas emissions had increased 19.6% by 2016 when compared with 1990 levels, according to the government’s latest inventory on emissions.

There is some good news. Gross emissions in 2016 were 78.7 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, a 2.4% drop compared with 2015.

It is no coincidence

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Brent Edwards
Thu, 12 Apr 2018
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