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This article presents a review of remotely sensed technologies and how they can be applied to support the requirements for environmental monitoring under New Zealand’s Resource Management Act 1991 (RMA). The project was commissioned by …

This article introduces a monitoring framework developed in collaboration with Indufor and Waikato Regional Council’s (WRC) Spatial Analysis and Modelling Team to continuously monitor 300 000 ha of Significant Natural Areas (SNAs) distributed across three …

Birch plywood logs

During the last decade, Russia has become the world’s largest birch plywood producer. The product is in great demand in the global markets, including Europe. Over the years, annual imports of Russian birch plywood to …

Indufor Asia Pacific releases satellite monitoring tools in New Zealand to support regional authorities  and environmental monitoring efforts. The tool uses images updated every five days and analytics to allow users to visualise and track …

We all know that forests stock carbon, both in soil and trees. We also know that growing forests are a carbon sink. Often the two concepts – carbon sink and stock – are confused in the …

Indufor Staff Insights: Unique Growth Opportunities and International Exposure The year 2019 has been full of excitement, new challenges and opportunities for us at Indufor Group. With many new interesting projects and long-term collaborations, it …

Unexpected Results from Recent Research on Green Bonds December 10, 2019 Against expectations, recent findings suggest that issuing green bonds does not result in an increase in stock price in the short-term. Indufor’s Mr Henri …

Rethinking Finance and Planning for Climate-Resilient Landscapes November 18, 2019 Posted By Daphne Yin Those of us working on forestry, agriculture, and landscape conservation can attest to the progress made in sustainable land use in recent …

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