Money for Hot Air?

Hocking, Denis
July 1999
New Zealand Forest Industries Magazine;Jul99, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p48
Trade Publication
Comments on the proposal to trade carbon rights in New Zealand's forestry industry. Current emission of greenhouse gases in the industry; Value of the carbon rights; Carbon sequestration in planted forests.


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