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Fix land use problems or face further degradation: Upton

'These decisions will not be easy, but failure to confront land use issues will not make them disappear. It will simply commit us further to degrading our environment. This may, in fact, be the direction we choose to take,' report says.

A new report out today suggests changes to the way land use is managed to help stop environmental degradation.

Brent Edwards Wed, 22 May 2024

Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Simon Upton has warned New Zealand needs to address its land use challenges or face further degradation of its environment.

In a report titled ‘Going with the Grain’ and tabled in Parliament today, Upton said as a nation people needed to decide how

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Brent Edwards Wed, 22 May 2024
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