Peter Griffin posted in agriculture • competitiveness • greenwash subsidies • greenwashing • horticulture • trade barriers on June 2nd, 2010.
Jon Morgan writes in the Dominion Post about an agricultural/horticultural convention at which the risks to New Zealand’s lowering of trade barriers from international “greenwash” efforts were discussed. Farmers, particularly in the US and Europe, are being given “greenwash” subsidies, undermining New Zealand’s ability to be competitive. However, the conference also covered ways for New [...]
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