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Govt gives cautious welcome to US-European methane pledge

Monday 20 Sep 21 11:30am

CLIMATE CHANGE minister James Shaw says itís great to see the EU and US committing to reducing methane emissions by 30% over the next nine years but isnít committing the government to signing New Zealand up just yet.

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