The Canterbury Local Section of the NZIF is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
"What is the most appropriate role for new forests in mitigating New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions?", by David Evison & Euan Mason
New Zealand is striving to meet international commitments to help mitigate climate change, most notably to become net greenhouse gas neutral by 2050. We cannot get there without relying on new forest carbon sinks, but forests don't offer a long-term solution. We'll illustrate how new forest establishment can help us meet our commitments, explaining how much planting is required, where it is likely, and what the implications are for climate change and forest policies.