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Once again, it has been a year of pleasing results from industry, incidents and the dairy sector, the annual compliance monitoring report compiled by Environment Southland has found.
"We already have low-emission climate-friendly farming practices – it's called organic farming," says Marion Thomson, co-chair of Soil & Health.
Soil's ability to store carbon and contain greenhouse gases could globally limit climate warming, says a University of Sydney expert.
The environment is one of the biggest issues facing sheep and beef farmers, says the northern Beef + Lamb NZ farmer council chairman Andrew McKenzie.
The efforts of farmers to improve the health of the Piako River in the Waikato region have been recognised.
The Land and Water Forum (LWF) today outlined new consensus recommendations needed to improve management of fresh water.
The Northland Regional Council plans to progressively implement a national policy on freshwater management over the next decade.
New Zealand is liable internationally for agricultural emissions, but the Government (taxpayers as a whole) pays for them, despite agriculture contributing nearly half the country's greenhouse gases.
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