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NZ all talk on farm emissions, says UK climate chief

Thursday 12 Oct 17 9:00am


NEW ZEALAND is not playing the leading role in research into reducing greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture that it says it is, says the head of the United Kingdomís Climate Committee.

The Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases is hosted in

Lord Deben
New Zealand, and was often pointed to by the previous government as evidence that it was, indeed, taking action on reducing agricultural emissions, which make up nearly half of New Zealandís total emissions.

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