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Leadership of powerful new climate change committee named

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 17 April 2018 ()
Leadership of  powerful new climate change committee namedThe Government has announced the leadership of a powerful new committee on climate change.The Interim Climate Change Committee will be chaired by David Prentice, former chief executive of infrastructure firm Opus International Consultants.The...
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