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Why a carbon price alone won't be enough to drive down New Zealand's emissions

By David Hall, Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences and Public Policy, Auckland University of Technology
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An emissions trading scheme is New Zealand's main policy to tackle climate change. But to bring down emissions quickly enough, other policies will need to transform transport and agriculture.

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