The rules applying to deforestation exemptions

Laurie, Allan
August 2009
New Zealand Tree Grower;Aug2009, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p36
The article offers information on rules that relate to deforestation exemptions in New Zealand. Outlined in the article are the pre-1990 provisions and a summary of 2009 deadlines. Information is also offered on the Forestry Allocation Plan which offers compensatory credits for pre-1990 trees and will be paired with the Emissions Trading Scheme. The author also outlines the rules for those who are not qualified for pre-1990 exemptions.


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