carbon credits

5th Aug 19, 1:53pm
Keith Woodford calls on the Government to rethink its forestry policies so as to favour all New Zealanders of present and future generations, and to constrain the narrow-based behaviours of international investors
Keith Woodford calls on the Government to rethink its forestry policies so as to favour all New Zealanders of present and future generations, and to constrain the narrow-based behaviours of international investors
5th Aug 19, 1:53pm
3rd May 18, 10:42am
Allan Barber finds that despite opportunities, there are a thicket of questions to be sorted through before retiring livestock land for forestry as part of the new Government's billion tree program
Allan Barber finds that despite opportunities, there are a thicket of questions to be sorted through before retiring livestock land for forestry as part of the new Government's billion tree program
3rd May 18, 10:42am
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27th Apr 18, 1:00am
Productivity Commission calls for drastic carbon price increases, the inclusion of agriculture in the ETS, huge land-use changes, and rebates for clean vehicle imports
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Productivity Commission calls for drastic carbon price increases, the inclusion of agriculture in the ETS, huge land-use changes, and rebates for clean vehicle imports
27th Apr 18, 1:00am
6th Apr 18, 8:01am
by Guest
Westpac's Karen Silk argues New Zealand's government and businesses, including the agriculture sector, stand to benefit from being proactive rather than reactive when dealing with climate change
Westpac's Karen Silk argues New Zealand's government and businesses, including the agriculture sector, stand to benefit from being proactive rather than reactive when dealing with climate change
6th Apr 18, 8:01am
7th Aug 17, 11:05am
Brian Fallow argues climate policy cries out for political consensus but that remains elusive. Suggests the establishment of an independent, expert advisory body
Brian Fallow argues climate policy cries out for political consensus but that remains elusive. Suggests the establishment of an independent, expert advisory body
7th Aug 17, 11:05am
15th Oct 16, 11:44am
Previous rough-as-guts interventions have undermined a now-serious need to expand forests to meet our emissions targets, says Geoff Simmons. The costs are now much higher
Previous rough-as-guts interventions have undermined a now-serious need to expand forests to meet our emissions targets, says Geoff Simmons. The costs are now much higher
15th Oct 16, 11:44am
18th Jun 14, 5:00pm
by Guest
Until log inventory levels get down to around 3 million cubic metres the market isn’t expected to show any pricing strength, says Peter Weblin
Until log inventory levels get down to around 3 million cubic metres the market isn’t expected to show any pricing strength, says Peter Weblin
18th Jun 14, 5:00pm
13th May 14, 2:21pm
by Guest
Having an ETS with an absurdly low carbon price adds overhead without changing behavior says Peter Weblin. He calls for and end to dubious "hot air" carbon credits
Having an ETS with an absurdly low carbon price adds overhead without changing behavior says Peter Weblin. He calls for and end to dubious "hot air" carbon credits
13th May 14, 2:21pm
23rd Aug 10, 2:43pm
Sheep farmers flocking to carbon credits
Sheep farmers flocking to carbon credits
23rd Aug 10, 2:43pm
3rd May 10, 8:17pm
Banking and finance briefs: Mortgagee sales down; Westpac's carbon push;
Banking and finance briefs: Mortgagee sales down; Westpac's carbon push;
3rd May 10, 8:17pm