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Federated Famers warns of consequences

Monday 26 Jun 17 10:00am


FEDERATED Farmers is warning politicians of “consequences” if agricultural emissions are brought into the Emissions Trading Scheme before other countries put a carbon price on farming.

The statement, in the organisation’s 2017 General Election Manifesto, is in stark contrast to a report last week quoting some sector leaders saying they want the agricultural sector to come into the ETS as soon as possible.

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