In New Zealand’s deep south, Māori landowners make money by keeping their forests intact

In New Zealand’s deep south, Māori landowners make money by keeping their forests intact

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Selling carbon credits has allowed Mike Gibbs’ community to end destructive farming and logging practices and sustainably manage the indigenous rainforest

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