Piers Maclaren

Piers Maclaren

Piers Maclaren is a retired forestry scientist. He was editor of the New Zealand Journal for Forestry from 2009–2012, worked for many years at the Forest Research Insitute (now Scion), and won the Thomas Kirk Horn Award for forestry in 2006. His publications include The Radiata Pine Growers’ Manual (1993), an industry classic, and The Environmental Effects of Planted Forests in New Zealand (1996). He’s also an early advocate of afforestation for climate change mitigation, publishing Trees in the Greenhouse in 2000.