This page provides useful links to further information for landowners:
- A case study of how Nuhiti Q – Māori land on the East Cape – became involved in carbon farming.
- A report on Māori land owners’ decision-making processes and their cost (in time and other resources) when considering whether to enter the NZ ETS using native forests (both newly planted and natural regeneration).
- A simplified explanation of the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme.
You can also check out our blog updates.
“It was poorly farmed land, and we had to make a decision… finding alternatives for the land and its usage to best be beneficial for us all. It took about 8 years. Well, that’s the protocols of Māori whenua.”Māori landowner
“It’s a case-by-case basis. If someone came along and they had a really well thought out structure, thought about the term sheet, and had contracts in place or had a project where they can envisage a portfolio growing over time and they had the capacity with contacts and things to give certainty to that, then that would give us certainty to invest in a longer term.”Large scale emitter
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