Review calls for slower expansion of New Zealand carbon trading

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Energy, transport and industrial sectors could be exempt until 2015, prompting charges government is backtracking on its green agenda

The expansion of New Zealand's carbon trading scheme should be put back two years to ensure the costs to business and households are minimised, a report (PDF) to the country's government says. A review...

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