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Climate deal with China to focus on farm and transport research

Image: Jorge Royan [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

New Zealand and China are to collaborate on R&D to cut greenhouse emissions from agriculture and transport as part of an agreement to address climate change impacts in both countries.

Prime minister Jacinda Ardern and China’s premier Li Keqiang signed a joint statement on climate change during talks in Beijing on 1 April.

They also signed a partnership agreement on science and research cooperation.

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