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Disbeliever Brash turns financial backer

Monday 6 May 19 10:00am

Dr Don Brash

 

FORMER NATIONAL PARTY leader and one-time Reserve Bank Governor Dr Don Brash might have had doubts in the past about whether humans are changing the climate, but now heís throwing his money and weight behind technology that could help to solve New Zealandís methane headache.

Brash is the sole outside investor in Zest Biotech, a family company commercialising technology developed by New Zealand horticultural scientist Nathan Balasingham.

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