NZ forestry, agricultural groups at loggerheads over exotics ban proposal  

Published 08:50 on April 29, 2022  /  Last updated at 08:50 on April 29, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, New Zealand  /  No Comments

Cutting exotic plantings from New Zealand’s ETS would come at a cost of tens of billions of dollars, according to a newly formed forestry lobby group, while the nation’s peak agricultural body is pushing for a two-year ban on the plantings.

Cutting exotic plantings from New Zealand’s ETS would come at a cost of tens of billions of dollars, according to a newly formed forestry lobby group, while the nation’s peak agricultural body is pushing for a two-year ban on the plantings.

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