James Shaw is on a national tour to consult on the Zero Carbon Bill. Thomas Coughlan reports on the long game Shaw is playing, including his appeals to National's Simon Bridges.
On June 30, 2016, some 20 young people held up a lot of zeroes and a sign saying Zero Carbon Act in front of Parliament - and nobody noticed.
Good morning all.
For the convenience of subscribers, here's my weekly column in which I describe how a few hundred Auckland home-owners were able to knee-cap the aspirations of generations of renters and strangle New Zealand's economic growth potential in a couple of meetings.