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James Shaw quietly confident about regaining Green co-leadership

Whatever happens, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Shaw will remain Climate Change Minister.

James Shaw faces the most serious challenge yet to his co-leadership of the Green Party.

Brent Edwards Mon, 25 Jul 2022

Climate Change Minister James Shaw is not satisfied with the progress being made on climate policy but is equally adamant he has achieved more as minister than had been achieved in the previous 30 or 40 years.

Shaw was ejected as co-leader of the Green Party at its annual meeting on Saturday,

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