June 2006
Inwood;Jun/Jul2006, Issue 69, p48
Trade Publication
The article discusses the Kyoto policy and the negative effect that its implementation has had on the New Zealand forestry industry. In response to the governmental policy changes, an association of forestry industrialists published a brochure outlining the problems and demanding changes; the brochure was distributed to members of the New Zealand parliament.


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