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We must do something, dairy industry agrees

Thursday 15 Jun 17 11:00am


THE DAIRY industry is acknowledging it needs to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

The farming sector has been fierce in its opposition to efforts to make it cut emissions, but in an “action plan” launched yesterday, the industry organisation Dairy NZ and the country’s largest co-operative dairy company, Fonterra, appear to recognise that they will have to take action.

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