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With an eye on the environment, New Zealand wants to overhaul the way buildings are constructed
by Anmar Frangoul
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6 July 2020
On 6 July 2020 CNBC reported:
The New Zealand government unveiled plans for a program which aims to tackle greenhouse gas emissions in the building and construction sector, and potentially futureproofs the built environment against the impacts of climate change. While the program will start out by looking at new builds, the government added that it was 'likely that changes will also need to be made to existing buildings.'
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