Ecologist Mike Joy, a senior researcher At Victoria Univerity of Wellington,  says he's disappointed in the final report released by the Climate Change commission yesterday. In this RNZ podcast he he talks to Wallace about where he thinks the report is lacking. The report advises the Government on how New Zealand can become carbon neutral by 2050, saying the country is currently not on track to meet this target.

If you prefer reading, check out his article in The Spinoff HERE.

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