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Future Goals and Options in NZ Land Management – A Transdisciplinary View


A brief argument from some years ago to rethink land use in New Zealand “If we go through a list of some of the main problematiques that are defining the new Century, such as water, forced migrations, poverty, environmental crises, … Continue reading

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Realising the Potential of Hawke’s Bay (and NZ Primary Sector)


Realising the Potential of Hawke's Bay (and NZ Primary Sector).

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Adapting to Climate Change – What Change? What Levels of Response?


Initial notes as the basis for a presentation to the Hawke’s Bay Royal Forest & Bird Society, February 2013 What adaptations do we make for climate change? The question of adapting to a future that is inherently uncertain – as … Continue reading

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