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Morganists want new approach to controls on farming

Friday 10 Mar 17 10:00am


THE OPPORTUNITIES†Party would put a cap on New Zealandís greenhouse gas emissions, get rid of the $25 carbon price cap and free credits for heavy emitters and bring some agricultural emissions into the Emissions Trading Scheme.

The countryís newest political party, founded by economist Gareth Morgan last year, has released its climate policy.

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