Monthly Archives: April 2022

Carbon Farming with Pines Bad for Environment

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The following press release of the Environmental Defence Society was made in February last year when the “price of carbon had soared to over $60 per tonne.”. The price of carbon is currently at $76 per tonne.   The Environmental … Continue reading

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The Art of Influencing Crucial Decision Making

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Subtitle:-Influencing Policy/Proposals at Conception by Infiltration An opinion by Tony Orman – intended to promote discussion and political action April, 2022 Most advocacies and lobby groups seem to ignore getting involved around the table where policies are formulated. Policies are … Continue reading

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Public Access to Conservation Lands Under Threat?

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by John Porter This is an abridged version from Waikanae Watch site The public’s conservation estate is being readied for control by Maori radicals says John Porter writing for Waikanae Watch.  “The indicators are there for all to see,” he … Continue reading

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