New Zealand Leads Regenerative Agriculture.


New Zealand aims to tackle greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture with a pioneering tax proposal.

The country's agricultural sector employs over 118,000 people, playing a vital role in its economy.

Kiwi production flourishes, contributing 30% of global supply; other key crops include wheat, barley, wine grapes, and avocados.

Livestock farming (sheep, beef, dairy) drives top agricultural exports, despite higher greenhouse gas emissions.

New Zealand's innovative approach emphasizes regenerative agriculture to reduce the environmental impact of livestock farming.

The government's plan supports farmers in adopting sustainable practices to minimize their carbon footprint.

The proposed tax raises unique challenges for farmers, spurring them to explore greener alternatives.

This initiative showcases New Zealand's commitment to balancing agricultural growth with environmental stewardship.

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