Moves to limit pine would force landowners, Māori to forego ETS cash

Enviro & Legislation

The once-unpopular pine tree has received fresh support – particularly from Māori landowners – after the Government moved to limit planting. In a public consultation, the Government proposed that exotic trees in permanent forests would not be eligible to earn and sell carbon units. This followed rural community protests against farm-to-pine conversions and Climate Change…

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