Toyota New Zealand Executive Chairman Bob Field says the idea of a carbon tax will have to be revisited if the government’s vision of a carbon-neutral country is to become a reality. Speaking at the media launch of the Lexus RX 400h hybrid-electric vehicle, Field says with all political parties now supporting sustainability, the carbon tax should be put back on the nation’s agenda. “Corrective and collective action is long overdue if we are serious about reducing carbon emissions,” he ...

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