Emissions Trading Scheme hui and survey
In October 2021, we will be hosting a series of hui webinars to discuss changes to the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and impacts on Māori interests. We are also surveying Māori interests in forestry and the ETS.
Update – 9 September 2021
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted, we are now rescheduling our hui to be held as hui webinars. The dates for the hui webinars will be announced soon.
On this page:
- ETS hui dates and locations
- Survey on Māori interests in forestry and the ETS
- Resources and information about forestry and the ETS
The hui we planned to hold in August and September were cancelled because of COVID-19 restrictions.
These hui will now be run as hui webinars. The dates for the hui webinars will be announced soon.
A survey on Māori interests in forestry and the Emissions Trading Scheme has been launched. We want to gather your feedback and information, and build an ongoing relationship to improve how changes and impacts are managed in relation to your interests.
Find out if your forest land is covered by the ETS, whether you can join the ETS, and if you can earn carbon credits.
Find out how the ETS helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions in New Zealand.
Read about your obligations under the ETS and access the Emissions Trading Register.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) believes that helping Māori grow and protect their primary sector assets contributes directly to the development of New Zealand's regional economies and will lead economic growth for the nation. Our Māori agribusiness team aims to partner with Māori to overcome some of the unique challenges you face when developing your primary sector assets. We offer 2 programmes with a specific focus on working with Māori primary sector assets (agriculture, horticulture, forestry, or seafood) in collective ownership.
MPI offers funding and support for businesses and organisations in primary industries. This includes climate change, farming, fishing and aquaculture, food and fibre sectors, Māori agribusiness, disaster and crisis support, and regional economic development.
Discover the environmental and economic benefits of trees on the Canopy website.
Find out how a national farm planning framework will make it easier for you to meet your business and regulatory requirements as a farmer or grower. This builds on the activities you already do and makes them less time-consuming.
Integrated farm planning helps you in your goals and ensures the wellbeing of the whenua for our future generations. It brings together the various areas – such as climate change, freshwater, animal welfare, biosecurity, and people management – that a farmer or grower should consider for their farming operation.