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DairyNZ says emissions prices suggested by the Productivity Commission would heavily affect NZ farming if the sector faced a full emissions price under the Emissions Trading Scheme.
Choosing 15 dairy farmers as NZ’s climate change ambassadors is the next step in the dairy sector’s plan for a culture of climate-conscious agribusiness, says DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle.
DairyNZ chief executive Dr Tim Mackle says tackling dairy’s greenhouse gas emissions is a priority for the sector.
DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle supports the new Interim Climate Change Committee, however he is concerned that it has no member with actual farm knowledge.
DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle has welcomed the announcement of the members of the Interim Climate Change Committee.
At least 59% of the public surveyed has a favourable opinion of dairying and 90% of media coverage of dairying is positive/neutral.
The new strategy for the dairy sector will lead to a longer conversation about what New Zealand’s future farm and food systems could look like.
The dairy sector has launched its new strategy ‘Dairy Tomorrow’, a joint sector-led initiative involving DairyNZ, Federated Farmers, DCANZ, and Dairy Women’s Network.
Beef + Lamb NZ chair James Parsons sees forestry as a potential fishhook in the new coalition agreement.
The dairy sector is calling for the future Government to provide the strong direction necessary for New Zealand to move toward a low emissions future, says DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle.
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