NZ should be a global leader on climate change

The NZ Business Council for Sustainable Development‘s latest Shape survey [PDF] suggests that a clear majority – 63% – of New Zealanders think the country should be a global leader on climate change issues, with only 23% supporting moving at the same pace as other countries. Interestingly, support for Labour’s goal of carbon neutrality and National’s 50 by 50 policy is evenly split at 39% of respondents each. Plenty of room for a tussle for the climate vote at the next election.
NZ BCSD press releases here and here.

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