Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Reforestation-in-Taupo-Region-New-Zealand-27MZIFVEU69H.htmlConceptually similarReforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBICompleted★★★★Reforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBNCompleted★★★★Reforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBGCompleted★★★★Reforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBOCompleted★★★★Reforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBPCompleted★★★★Reforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBJCompleted★★★★Reforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBKCompleted★★★★Reforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBBCompleted★★★★Reforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGP04NBECompleted★★★★View AllGP04NBDReforestation in Taupo Region New ZealandGreenpeace activists (including ship crew) plant almost 2000 trees on the North Island on land cleared for dairy farming. 450.000 hectares of forest are at risk of dairy conversion in NZ. Agricultural emission make up almost half of all New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions. Greenpeace calls for a halt to dairy expansion.Locations:Aotearoa-Oceania-Tahorakuri Forest-TaupoDate:8 Apr, 2008Credit:© Greenpeace / Dmitry SharomovMaximum size:3130px X 1722pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Dairy farming-Dairy farms-Day-Deforestation-Forestry-Forests (campaign title)-Grass-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Planting-Reforestation-Small group of people-TreesShoot:Reforestation on Landcorp Land in New ZealandGreenpeace volunteers replant over 1000 trees as part of a reforestation activity on land cleared by Landcorp, a New Zealand government owned company. Landcorp is converting Tahorakuri Forest into large-scale intensive dairy farms. Agriculture accounts for 49 per cent of New Zealand’s total greenhouse gas emissions. These emissions are set to climb further. The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF) estimate that 455,000 hectares of forestry land is at risk of being deforested and converted into pastoral use – the majority for dairying. Greenpeace is calling on the NZ government to bring the agricultural industry into the Emissions Trading Scheme within the next two years, take regulatory action to halt dairy expansion, and adopt a 30 per cent emissions reduction target for 2020.