InTouch: a[euro]NZ Needs an ETSa[euro] A[euro]" Minister

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InTouch: a[euro]NZ Needs an ETSa[euro] A[euro]" Minister


The Minister for Climate Changes Issues has told business leaders he hopes for a settled emissions trading scheme attracting broad political sign up.

Hon Dr Nick Smith, also Environment Minister, says New Zealand has not been served well by policy flip-flops by both main political parties during the past 14 years, during which both firstly favoured a carbon tax, then an emissions trading scheme.

Delivering the keynote address to a dinner celebrating the 10th anniversary of the New Zealand Business Council for Sustainable Development, attended by more than 90 business leaders and their partners last month, Smith said: a[euro]We need resolution. And I accept that challenge.

a[euro]My ambition is for New Zealand to be able to go to the major (world climate change treaty) conference in Copenhagen with a settled emission trading scheme for New Zealand, and one of which there is the capacity for broad political sign up.

a[euro]In my view, that would be a tremendous achievement. We would in fact be the only country outside of the European Union that would have actually got settled legislation in that area and that is my number one focus between now and Christmas,a[euro] Smith said.

a[euro]Therea[euro]s been some commentary about the fact that Australia last week had their carbon pollution scheme very similar to our own emissions trading scheme get in trouble in the senate. …

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