January 2009
Inwood;Jan/Feb2009, Issue 84, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on David Carter, the appointed Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Biosecurity of New Zealand. It provides a background of Carter. Carter offers his views on the principle of using forestry to sequester carbon and sell credits. Carter describes the status of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) Act. The minister reveals that they have a priority on Resource Management Act (RMA) amendments aimed at addressing the problems facing the forest industry.


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