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Targeted forests could slash farm emissions

Tuesday 9 May 17 11:00am


PLANTING†forests to clean up waterways could cut New Zealandís net greenhouse gas emissions from land use by 80 per cent.

Thatís the finding of a new paper by Motu Research, looking at the links between freshwater quality management and greenhouse gas emissions.

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