The NZ Climate Change Commission released its landmark report late January. The 650-page discussion document sets an agenda for how New Zealand could achieve GHG emissions reductions to align with our international obligations, such as the Paris Agreement, and achieve the goal of being carbon neutral by 2050. It’s a big document, with lots to say and implications that some say are as radical as the Rogernomics revolution of the 1980s. But is it radical enough? And what does it not say about the need for change? To explain the document and early reactions to it, Vincent is joined by the two of the climate change team from Newsroom.co.nz, Marc Daalder and Rod Oram.
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