Carbon certifier turns away from local units

Carbon certifier turns away from local units
Carbon credits for NZ native forests are being spurned by a local company. (Image: NZME)
Ian Llewellyn
One of New Zealand’s main carbon certification services says it will transition out of using local carbon credits because they no longer comply with international best practice.Toitū Envirocare advises on voluntary carbon and environmental certification programmes for more than 900 businesses, including corporate and privately owned companies.It said carbon credits issued under the PFSI (Permanent Forest Sinks Initiative) and PP89 (Permanent Post 1989 Forest category of the emissions trading scheme) will no longer be accepted for offsetti...

More Primary Sector

Why Fonterra Oceania makes sense
Finance

Why Fonterra Oceania makes sense

It’ll be made out of Fonterra Australia and Fonterra Brands NZ.

Water storage announcements imminent?
Primary Sector

Water storage announcements imminent?

The government appears to be embracing the economic potential of capturing more water.

ANZ follows Fonterra’s higher milk price forecast
Primary Sector

ANZ follows Fonterra’s higher milk price forecast

Bank raises forecast price to $7.85 per kilo of milksolids.

Staff reporters 22 Feb 2024
Honey industry aims for billion-dollar export industry by 2030
Primary Sector

Honey industry aims for billion-dollar export industry by 2030

A new industry body is on the cards to push that goal forward.

Greg Hurrell 22 Feb 2024