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U.S.-New Zealand Bilateral Climate Change Partnership
  

U.S.-New Zealand Bilateral Climate Change Partnership

On July 25, 2003, senior officials from New Zealand and the United States met in Wellington to consolidate cooperation under the bilateral climate change partnership. Through this initiative, the U.S. and New Zealand have committed to enhanced bilateral dialogue and practical cooperation on climate change. The Bilateral Climate Change Partnership has since met four times.

09/18/08-- Joint Statement by New Zealand and the United States Following the Fifth Meeting Under the U.S.-New Zealand Bilateral Climate Change Partnership

08/30/06 -- Joint Statement by New Zealand and the United States following the Fourth Meeting under the US/New Zealand Bilateral Climate Change Partnership ; Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs; Washington, DC U.S.A.

07/21/05 -- Joint Statement by New Zealand and the United States following the Third Visit under the US/New Zealand Bilateral Climate Change Partnership; Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs; Wellington, New Zealand

07/15/04 -- United States - New Zealand Bilateral Climate Change Partnership Meeting

07/25/03 -- Joint Statement: New Zealand and the U.S. Announce Collaborative Projects Under Bilateral Climate Change Partnership

10/24/02 -- New Zealand and the US to Pursue Enhanced Bilateral Climate Change Cooperation

  
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