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The Minister for Climate Change, James Shaw, is pleased to announce today the Government’s first important step towards creating a Zero Carbon Act.

New reports released today show a clearer picture of the scale and urgency we face over climate change, along with guidance on managing and adapting to the results of global warming, Climate Change Minister James Shaw says.

Minister for Statistics and Climate Change James Shaw welcomes the commitment to develop a new set of economic, environmental, and social progress indicators, as outlined in the Government’s Budget Policy Statement (BPS) today.

Minister for Statistics and Climate Change James Shaw welcomes the commitment to develop a new set of economic, environmental, and social progress indicators, as outlined in the Government’s Budget Policy Statement (BPS) today.

Climate Change Minister, James Shaw, says the message from the OnePlanet Summit on climate change in Paris is clear – invest in clean, renewable energies.

Climate Change Minister James Shaw has welcomed the One Planet Summit being hosted in Paris on 12 December – two years to the day after the historic Paris Agreement was concluded.

Climate Change Minister James Shaw today congratulated the winners and finalists of last night’s NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards.

New Zealand intends to become a leader in the global fight against climate change, Climate Change Minister James Shaw has told a major United Nations climate change conference.

New Zealand has endorsed the Bonn Communique of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition on Tackling Air Pollution to Save Lives and Protect the Environment.

New Zealand has taken action to formally bring Tokelau into major global climate change agreements, Climate Change Minister James Shaw announced today.

The Bonn climate change meeting will put the global spotlight on the concerns of vulnerable Pacific nations, Ministers say.

Minister for Climate Change James Shaw today welcomed the High Court decision in Thomson v Minister for Climate Change Issues as an important judicial contribution to the critical issue of how Government should respond to climate change.