Scion says proposed changes to New Zealand Emissions Trading scheme could help address challenges related to amount of afforestation needed to meet emissions-reduction targets; in its submission in response, research entity suggests other options

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ROTORUA, New Zealand , April 25, 2022 (press release) –

The government has proposed changes to the forestry settings in the New Zealand Emissions Trading scheme that it hopes can address some of the challenges arising from the significant amount of afforestation needed to meet New Zealand’s net emissions-reduction targets. The proposed changes could help.  But drawing on Scion’s 75 years of forestry research, we can see some other options that could achieve a similar result in ways that reflect the urgency of the climate change challenge.  Our submission has more detail.

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