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New Zealand will ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change by the end of the year, the government says.
New Zealand could partner with Latin American countries to figure out how to tackle greenhouse gas emissions, a climate professor says.
The cost of pouring greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere has reached the highest level in four years.
New Zealand's greenhouse gas obligations will be much tougher than they are now under new rules agreed at the Paris climate change talks, according to carbon traders. Audio
Swaying to the broad range of arts, culture and society from around the Pacific is Richard Pamatatau, programme leader in Pacific Journalism at AUT's School of Communication Studies... the concerns of… Audio
The government's official forecasts project its emissions to far exceed the reduction target it took to Paris.
New Zealand's business community is starting to get to grips with what it will have to do to help reduce the threat of climate change.
ANALYSIS: The Paris climate deal is being hailed as a turning point but, as Our Changing World's Veronika Meduna reports, it's only a first step on a difficult path.
New Zealand needs to reduce emissions under the Paris climate change deal but there will be no cutbacks on the mining of oil, gas and coal, says the Prime Minister. Audio
The Paris climate change agreement is a dramatic statement that needs dramatic action involving the private sector and big cities, a climate change expert says. Audio
New Zealand farmers appear to have won a reprieve from any rapid move to make them pay for the cost of their greenhouse gas emissions.
The Government is adamant it's on the right track to hold up its end of the bargain to tackle climate change. Audio
Green Party's co-leader James Shaw. Audio
New Zealand farmers appear to have won a reprieve from any rapid movement to make them pay for the cost of their greenhouse gas emissions. Audio
Hailed as a turning point in the history of our planet the Paris Agreement is being talked about as the beginning of the end of the fossil fuel era. Audio
John Key says New Zealand consumers will pay about $100 extra dollars a year to meet New Zealand's targets Audio
World leaders are hailing the landmark climate change agreement adopted in Paris as a turning point towards a low-carbon future. Audio
The Climate Change Minister says Government policy will not need to change in the near future to meet commitments agreed to in Paris. Audio
Environmental groups say the government will have to backtrack on some of its policies in order to meet commitments it has agreed to in Paris.
Scientists, business leaders and politicians are reacting to the Paris Agreement - the first to commit all countries to cut carbon emissions.