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Forestry sector concern over new environmental standards

Industry leader weighs in as New Zealand’s forestry regulations tighten, with the potential for significant economic implications.

Forestry slash caused widespread problems throughout the East Coast and Hawke’s Bay following Cyclone Gabrielle in February.

Liam Rātana Tue, 07 Nov 2023

New commercial forestry regulations which impose minimum national standards for forestry owners throughout the country have been criticised by an industry association.

The standards, which came into effect on November 2 and amend the National Environmental Standards for plantation forestry (NES-PF)

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Liam Rātana Tue, 07 Nov 2023
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