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How much methane will farmers have to cut?

Thursday 9 May 19 10:00am

NEW ZEALAND'S†farmers might have to reduce methane emissions from animals by nearly four million tonnes a year under the Governmentís climate change plans.

The Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill, introduced into Parliament yesterday, sets a net-zero target for all gases except biogenic methane.

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