According to news articles in various media Mr Tim GROSER, New Zealand's Minister Responsible for International Climate Change Negotiations, will attend a two-day ministerial meeting of the OECD's Committee on the Environment that starts on 29 March 2012.
The press reports mention that "Mr Groser said he would use the meeting to emphasise New Zealand's ongoing contribution to global green growth, including through efforts to reform fossil fuel, and fisheries subsidies."
This is an interesting development (see my previous posts on NZ and climate change negotiations and on subsidy notifications to the WTO).
Here is a link to the OECD website announcing the meeting:
And here links to the press articles: