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New Zealanders are reclaiming the soil and its nutrients as a way to help combat the effects of climate change.
The country’s Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) has installed a compost composting system in five of its seven primary schools, and is working with its local community to set up a network of similar sites across the country.
A new report from the Department of National Parks (DNP) has highlighted a new trend that has emerged as a result of the country’s efforts to combat climate change, with some areas seeing a 50% increase in the amount of CO2 that leaves the soil.
The report found that the amount that goes into the soil through composting has gone up by around 50% since 2008, while the amount in soil and manure has increased by around 20%.
The new composting technology, which has been developed by the government, has been adopted in a number of areas in New Zealand, and will be used in schools and local businesses to reduce the amount, if not the total, of CO 2 entering the soil by 30%.
The DNP’s research showed that a new program at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Wellington has helped the use of compost for composting in anaerobes, and that in the past year, there have been significant gains in the uptake of the new technology in schools.
The new school composting programme has seen an increase in students using compost, and the use is expected to continue.
In the new program, students are taught about composting and the advantages of using compost.
The new program also provides students with the opportunity to see a video of the process and a video demonstrating the composting process.
There is also a “CO2 Reduction” program at five other schools, as well as a composting site at a local park.
The composting program is a major step in addressing the CO2 emissions in the country, with the Government looking to use the new technologies to help with the countrys efforts to limit its CO2 output.
The DWP says that over the past 10 years, the Government has invested in over $2.5 billion worth of composting equipment.
The Department of Agriculture has also made an investment in composting, with about $1.2 million being invested in the new compost compost site in Dunedin in the last year.