Forestry and our climate change obligations

ANZ Research Agri Insight, June 2019

The role of forestry

To improve sustainability, land use change is needed in New Zealand. 

The planting of trees can be incentivised with policy changes, grants towards planting costs and the opportunity to get revenue from carbon credits. But planting more trees will only be truly sustainable if done in a way that also meets the social and economic needs of our rural communities.

ANZ Research Agri Insight: The role of forestry

Read about the role of forestry in meeting New Zealand’s climate change obligations.

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