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Environment - Global Warming

ACT The Liberal Party Rodney Hide

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Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand Jeanette Fitzsimons

Support the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gases and are committed to improving it in the second commitment period from 2013 to 2018
Continue to work for the development of a transportation system that reduces the emissions of greenhouse gases
Introduce, and progressively increase, fuel efficiency standards for motor vehicles entering the country
Oppose any additional use of coal
Support the establishment of permanent forests to absorb and store carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere

New Zealand Labour Party Hon David Parker

Review the rules around the screening and fumigation of imported cars

Maori Party Hone Harawira  
National Party of New Zealand Hon Dr Nick Smith

Oppose Labour’s carbon tax
Withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol from 2013 if NZ makes commitments to reduce emissions beyond those binding trading partners
Insist that all significant countries limit emissions
Develop a domestic policy of tradable emission permits
Support cost effective voluntary measures that encourage energy efficiency, insulation and research and development investment in new energy technologies

New Zealand First Doug Woolerton

Only proceed with the implementation policies for the Kyoto protocol to ensure they are in harmony with those of our major trading partners, and once a coherent plan has been formulated to allow the appropriate targets to be reached

Progressive Coalition Hon Jim Anderton  
United Future New Zealand Hon Peter Dunne

Opposed New Zealand's participation in the Kyoto Protocol ahead of our major trading partners
Push for New Zealand's withdrawal from the [Kyoto] protocol in 2012 at the end of the 'first commitment period'
Oppose ... the carbon tax

You can find the policy positions of more parties by checking these websites.
Alliance New Zealand
Democrats for Social Credit
Direct Democracy Party
Libertarianz
The Republic Party of New Zealand

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