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New forestry rules will adopt 'averaging' system

Thursday 28 Mar 19 11:00am


NEW ZEALAND will adopt an “averaging” system of carbon accounting for forests, meaning owners will no longer have to measure and report on the amount of carbon being stored or face a carbon liability when trees are harvested.

The new regime will be mandatory for forests planted from 2021 and optional for forests planted between now and then.

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