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A green tax on long-haul flights favours rich tourists. NZ needs a fairer strategy

By Michael Lueck, Professor of Tourism, Auckland University of Technology
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International tourism has clearly been hit hard by COVID-19. But despite the desperation of the travel and airline industries, people are already questioning whether it should ever return to pre-pandemic levels.

One who thinks not is Air New Zealand’s chief environmental adviser, Sir Jonathon Porritt. Increasing the price of long-haul flights to pay for greenhouse gas emissions, he…

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