James Shaw on High Court Ruling in his favour over Climate Change Commission advice | nzherald.co.nz

James shaw on high court ruling in his favour over climate change commission advice | nzherald. Co. Nz

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Minister of Climate Change James Shaw says New Zealanders can have confidence in the Commission and of the Government’s plans to tackle climate change.

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