NZ beef and sheep farmers to push for more carbon sinks in ETS

Published 10:07 on May 16, 2018  /  Last updated at 13:43 on May 21, 2018  /  Asia Pacific, New Zealand  /  No Comments

New Zealand’s industry association for sheep and beef farmers, a major source of GHG emissions, has pledged to go carbon neutral by mid-century but wants recognition for more carbon sinks if the sector is brought into the emissions trading scheme.

New Zealand’s industry association for sheep and beef farmers, a major source of GHG emissions, has pledged to go carbon neutral by mid-century but wants recognition for more carbon sinks if the sector is brought into the emissions trading scheme.

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