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Climate change is hitting hard across New Zealand, official report finds

  • Written by Robert McLachlan, Professor in Applied Mathematics, Massey University
Climate change is hitting hard across New Zealand, official report findsFinance minister Grant Robertson (left) and climate minister James Shaw address school children during a climate protest, promising that New Zealand will introduce zero carbon legislation this year. AAP/Boris Jancic, CC BY-ND

The major focus on climate change in Environment Aotearoa 2019, a stocktake on New Zealand’s environment released today...

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