The Emmissions Trading Scheme is a hot topic with farmers right now. National party has just announced it would stop agriculture being added to the ETS, and wants to push back any decision about pricing farming emissions until 2030. Mark asked their Agriculture spokesman Todd McClay about the policy. He said while we must meet our international commitments to reduce emissions we also must be pragmatic.
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