Māori leaders warn of legal action over emissions trading scheme forestry changes

Enviro & Legislation

Māori landowners are mulling legal action in an effort to stop proposed changes to the emissions trading scheme, which would see plantation forests no longer eligible for carbon credits. Radiata pines have a harvest cycle of about 30 years Photo: RNZ / Kate Newton But that could have a heavy impact on some iwi, who…

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