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These resources can help people in the financial sector create incentives that reward people and organisations for making decisions that prioritise the health of our land and water, and help build resilience to future changes in climate and consumer expectations.

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Technical Report

Enabling a transformation in New Zealand’s bioeconomy

The OECD called for a global transition towards a bioeconomy in 2009, which resulted in a number of nations adopting strategies to develop their bioeconomy.…
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Guidance

Applying a Multi-Criteria Decision Making Framework to Facilitate Adoption of Next Generation Land-Use Systems in New Zealand

A land-use assessment framework has been developed by Next Generation Systems research to explore opportunities for adopting more suitable land use and to identify gaps…
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Guidance

Wellbeing Economics: The Capabilities Approach to Prosperity

This free (open-access PDF) book sets out a wellbeing economics framework that directly addresses fundamental issues affecting wellbeing outcomes. The book examines national public policy,…
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Technical Report

Six ‘Star’ Grain and Legume Crops for NZ Farmers: Specialty Grains and Pulses Report

The Specialty Grains & Pulses Report identifies opportunities to expand the grain and pulse crops grown in New Zealand. The research team identified six crops…
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Technical Report

Pulses and Grains Consumer Insights Report

This consumer insights summary is based on 1 x distributor interview, 14 x business to business interviews (retailers, manufacturers and influencers), 1 consumer focus group…
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Journal Article

Enabling a transformation to a bioeconomy in New Zealand

The 2009 OECD call for a global transition towards a bioeconomy has resulted in a number of nations adopting national or regional strategies to develop…
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Guidance

The development of an indicator framework to measure enablers and constraints on Māori agribusiness

This report outlines the process taken to map the specific constraints and enablers Māori agribusinesses face, and produce a set of indicators to measure these…
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Journal Article

Challenges and opportunities for land use transformation: Insights from the Central Plains Water Scheme in NZ

This paper considers the factors that are important to land managers in determining whether to change their land use system when the development of an…
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Guidance

Heartland Strong: How Rural New Zealand can Change and Thrive

This book, based on years of research, shows how, and provides useful insights into, the ongoing process of change in rural communities and the resources…
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Guidance

Supporting farmers to develop future-ready farm systems

This report summarises insights from a workshop with Wairarapa farmers: the views and drivers of land use in the Wairarapa, the impact of current and…
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Video

More diverse, resilient, healthy landscapes by 2030 – webinar

Farmers, growers and all those who care for our land want to help build a resilient, healthy and thriving agri-food and fibre system. The role…
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Video

What the data tells us about our water

By bringing together multiple data sources, we can now see which catchments are under the most pressure, and whether applying all known and emerging on-farm…
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