Turning MAF policy into profit

Orme, Stuart
February 2010
New Zealand Tree Grower;Feb2010, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p38
The article offers a discussion on how can forest owners qualify to register in the Emissions Trading Scheme in New Zealand by the end of March 2010. Deadline for registration of potential participants is until the end of 2012. Also cited are the costs of registration. At issue are the registration of pre-1990 forest and consideration of how to transfer credits and its potential tax implications when setting up the NZ Emission Unit Registry.


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