We are pleased to announce the launch of our most popular conference – the eagerly awaited 5th Carbon Forestry Conference. This investor conference is running in-person on 29-30 August at the Distinction Hotel in Rotorua, New Zealand. A comprehensive conference programme has been developed featuring a range of practical and knowledgeable industry leaders.
With presentations from international investment perspectives to how carbon markets and ETS interact with carbon farming investments, event content spans a range of important and dynamic aspects. Right now in 2023 there are many factors at play with the potential to change the prospects of carbon farming landscape. They could have significant effects for both forestry and international investment within New Zealand in the longer term.
Industry leaders are being brought together as key speakers from the carbon farming investment industry alongside those delivering Government policy and advice from the Overseas Investment Office. Adding in the importance of market impacts on how carbon farming and markets develop, carbon market commentators and analysts have also been brought together to explain how these factors interact.
Finally, the future of carbon farming relies on the attitudes and actions of landowners including farmers. Their influencer’s and perceptions, impacted by the current He Waka Eke Noa process and those around them with farm forestry experience, makes for a complex setting for how these markets are going to develop.
We expect this year’s conference will sell out as it did last year. Be sure to get your registrations confirmed soon, as we expect this to happen again well before August.
This year we are introducing two new aspects on carbon forestry investments as the market expands with more companies offering carbon sequestration solutions to rapidly growing investor numbers and types.
As before we do offer online registrations exclusively for delegates based outside of New Zealand. At past events this audience has comprised up to 25 percent of the total attendance.