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The Carbon Traders 3: Wayne King, Carbon Market Solutions

Friday 13 Aug 10 9:00am

Wayne King has been behind some of the biggest carbon deals in New Zealand, but he got into the business almost by accident.

In the 1970s and 80s, King worked for the New Zealand Forest Service. He was trained in all aspects of commercial forestry, but spent most of his time working on environmental issues.

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