The Global Goals

To measure our performance, we’ve set out a number of metrics, including third party auditing or accreditation. This will become the basis of our Annual Impact Report so that shareholders, our partners, customers and community can track our efforts.

We have highlighted a number of UN SDG goals throughout this website that we think are really important and where we can have the most impact.

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Our Climate Commitment

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Embed climate change reduction, mitigation and adaptation measures into governance, strategic planning, risk management, operations, and culture of the company.

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Use metrics and set targets that are in line with science-based targets set out in the Paris Agreement.

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Set annual reduction targets, recognising that offsetting is a temporary solution and report on specific climate risks that may directly or indirectly affect NZFF.

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Prioritise planting of native, permanent forest for offsets which have added benefit of increasing native biodiversity.

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Right Plant - Right Place

Combining the understanding of soil potential, its nutrient make up and the climatic conditions for each parcel of arable land means that farmers can make the right planting decisions to improve soil and productivity.

Significant areas of the Southland and Otago regions are ideal for growing oats, with versatile soils, high summer rainfall, high sunshine hours and a long growing season contributing to the production of exceptionally good oats and high yields.

Our Makarewa, Southland site