Ideas to help reduce emissions in New Zealand have received a wide range of feedback – some voicing support for the proposals, while others labelled them “hot air”, Newshub reports. New Zealand’s first Emissions Reduction Plan will set the direction for climate action through to 2035 and the Government is seeking feedback on proposals before the official plan is finalised in time for Budget 2022. “The plan we release next year will need to set out future policy and regulatory change, as well as actions that can be taken by businesses, towns and cities, and every community,” Climate Change Minister James Shaw said. “The consultation marks the next phase in this work.”