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For investors, this creates a new horizon of opportunity – how to create value and economic benefit from these macro changes, whilst also helping to address the root problem, levels of CO2e in the atmosphere.
Although a controversial topic among some, planting trees doesn’t need to take from our sheep and beef farming, it can be complimentary for land owner income and for climate change mitigation.
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Prior to joining Rural Leaders NZ in 2020, Chris Parsons was a decorated officer in the New Zealand Army. His record of leadership in the NZ Defence Force traverses tough special forces missions, for which he was decorated three times, and leading multiple organisational transformations. He established New Zealand’s first Special Operations headquarters in New Zealand and he was the inaugural commander of the 1st (NZ) Brigade (a multifunctional team of 3,300). As the brigade commander and then the Deputy Chief of Army, Chris championed the Army’s transformation from analogue to digital communications
He also gave insights into the dynamics driving the New Zealand carbon price.
Nigel’s first-hand experience in the industry and his knowledge about carbon markets was on display with a formal presentation followed by an interesting Q&A segment with investors.
We felt this was a “must see” webinar for anyone interested in learning more about the New Zealand carbon market.
This is in an environment where most asset prices and business valuations are being tested. For many equity investments, it was a one-way bet higher since the 2007-2008 global financial crisis, with an extra kick of exuberance through Covid until around this time last year.
EastPack Chief Executive Hamish Simson said: “We are delighted to be recognised as the 2022 Cooperative of the Year. The award reflects the hard work of many people including our loyal growers and committed staff.