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EXPERT WARNS NZ AGAINST WASTING RESOURCES ON CO2 EMISSIONS REDUCTION

Posted 12 March 2017

 "New Zealand shouldn't waste billions on carbon reduction to no good effect, says a retired University of Cambridge physicist and electrical engineer. Taranaki-born Emeritus Prince Philip Professor of technology Michael Kelly says a Royal Society of New Zealand (RSNZ) report on ways to decarbonise the economy lacks any serious cost-benefit analysis or set of priorities. The report, Emissions Reduction Pathways,makes 47 recommendations.But Professor Kelly says they won’t help the minister for the environment, whose first question would be: What is the biggest bang for my buck? "  Interviewed by National Business Review, Professor Kelly slams claims by RSNZ authors.

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Last Updated ( Monday, 13 March 2017 )
 
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