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TRANSPORT 1: High carbon prices and behaviour change

Tuesday 16 Mar 21 12:00pm

 

NEW ZEALAND is failing to get transport emissions under control, as latest data shows. Energy expert and IPCC lead author Emeritus Professor RALPH SIMS says there is lots we can do, including pushing carbon prices higher.

As might be expected, due to covid-19, transport emissions in June 2020 after lockdown had dropped significantly.

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