The proposed methane price would likely see an overshoot in meeting the Government’s emissions reduction targets, and cause unnecessary economic damage. Joanna Grigg reports. It’s all about the pricing of emissions. Too high and some farmers could go out of business, pushing food production offshore. According to the Beef + Lamb NZ’s (B+LNZ) June 2022...
By Joanna Cuttance Farmers need to learn their greenhouse gas emissions and sequestration number while...
The proposed methane price would likely see an overshoot in meeting the Government’s emissions reduction...
Omicron-caused lockdowns in Shanghai and other major Chinese cities have skewed imports to New Zealand’s...
After a career in science a Manawatu couple are using local milk to make a...
Former trade and agriculture minister Lockwood Smith may be retired from politics but he is...
United States consumers don’t seem to be put off by rising beef prices, while Australian...
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