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New Zealand’s carbon sequestration problem

19 June 2024

3:10 AM

19 June 2024

3:10 AM

Ongoing concern about climate change has fuelled debate about the part carbon sequestration might play in reducing New Zealand’s net carbon emissions. Land use change is happening at pace in New Zealand. Companies plant forests and then earn income by selling carbon credits through the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).

Recently, some companies are claiming they will transition radiata forests to natives.

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