How NZ could become biofutures powerhouse
(Carbon News, 5 December 2016)
NEW ZEALAND could easily become a Queensland-style biofutures superpower, local industry leaders say.
The Bioenergy Association’s Board next week will debate a strategy to get measures in place to let New Zealand claim a share of the multi-billion-dollar bioenergy and biochemicals industries.
Executive officer Brian Cox says that what Queensland is doing is inspiring, and there is no reason New Zealand shouldn’t do the same. Read full article
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