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We're staunch, junior minister tells world

Friday 7 Dec 12 10:00am

John Bridges ... it's not our future.
John Bridges ... it's not our future.

New Zealand has attempted to assure the world that its carbon-reduction targets will continue beyond 2015.

In a statement to the UN climate conference in Doha this week, Associate Climate Change Issues Minister Simon Bridges said that New Zealand remained “resolutely committed to playing a constructive role in tacking climate change”.

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