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NZ international credits dealing is fraud, says report

Monday 18 Apr 16 10:00am

New Zealandís determination to use carried-over international carbon credits to meet its 2020 emissions reduction target make it party to an international fraud, a new report says.

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Instead, the country should immediately cancel credits, as other countries have done, the Morgan Foundation says in the report Climate Cheats: How New Zealand is Cheating on Our Climate Change Commitments, And What We Can Do to Set it Right.

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