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...
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He Waka Eke Noa was due to deliver its advice to climate change and agriculture...
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By Jo Cuttance A survey by Country-Wide of opinions of He Waka Eke Noa found...
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Sharing the pain of reducing emissions will create winners and losers and to attempt to present a...
Joanna Grigg questions the proposed stock exclusion rule for 15+ year indigenous forest to be...
By Rebecca Greaves Tararua sheep and beef farmer Simon Hales has grave concerns He Waka...
By Karen Trebilcock Having greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions calculated onfarm under He Waka Eka Noa will...
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By Anne Lee The unknowns in the detail of He Waka Eke Noa options are...
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As Omicron spreads through New Zealand, Country-Wide looks at the impact on killing space. By...
By Dennis Wesselbaum Every new year brings a long list of resolutions (ask gym owners) and...
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