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ETS proposal to make forestry carbon offsets less palatable

Climate Change Minister James Shaw said New Zealand was still one of the most polluting nations in the world on a per capita basis.

Proposed changes are about ensuring the right trees are planted in the right place.

Brent Edwards Mon, 19 Jun 2023

The Government is considering changes to the Emissions trading scheme, including making it less attractive for exotic forests to be planted as offsets.

It has released a discussion document detailing four options for change to the ETS, plus a separate discussion document on making changes to the

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