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These resources are for people who want to collaborate more effectively. They can help local government collaborate with communities; catchment group members collaborate among themselves and with mana whenua; and researchers collaborate across disciplines and with stakeholders.

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Technical Report

Community Perceptions of Collaborative Freshwater Planning: A survey in three NZ regions

Regional councils are trialling collaborative planning as a means of addressing New Zealand’s complex challenges in freshwater management. Collaborative freshwater planning processes are now underway…
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Co-Innovation Leads to High-Impact Indicators

This paper was commissioned by the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge to test the hypothesis: ‘Co-innovation leads to high impact indicators.’ The Challenge…
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Next generation systems: a framework for prioritising innovation

There is increasing recognition that the land-based sectors will need new primary production systems to break the lock-step relationship between profitability and production, and environmental…
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Technical Report

The Collaboration Lab: The transformative role of collaboration in managing our land and water

The Collaboration Lab has four aims: three research aims and a capacity-building aim. The research aims are: to understand how collaborative practice contributes to multiple…
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When experts disagree: The need to rethink indicator selection for assessing sustainability of agriculture

Sustainability indicators are well recognized for their potential to assess and monitor sustainable development of agricultural systems. A large number of indicators are proposed in…
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Evolving Public Perceptions of Freshwater Management in Three New Zealand Regions

This study assesses public opinion of regional councils’ freshwater management in areas with and without collaborative planning processes. This study also assesses change in the…
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Collaboration as an emergent property

Presentation at the New Zealand co-conference to International Transdisciplinarity Conference, Germany.
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Road testing the I2S framework for delivering more fit for purpose science for policy

New Zealand co-conference to International Transdisciplinarity Conference, Germany.
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Powhiri: An indigenous example of collaboration from New Zealand

New Zealand co-conference to International Transdisciplinarity Conference, Germany.
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Collaborative Planning in Response to Policy Failure: The Case of Freshwater Management in Canterbury

This article identifies the factors behind a shift to collaborative planning in regional freshwater management. The case study explores the Canterbury Regional Council’s failure to…
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Examining co-production and the role of brokers within NZ’s ‘science advisory ecosystem’

A crisis in expertise: Legitimacy and the challenge of policymaking conference, Melbourne. February 2018 | Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), September 2018
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How to improve water governance in multifunctional irrigation systems? Balancing stakeholder engagement in hydrosocial territories

An evidence-based analysis of stakeholder engagement in decision-making processes affecting multifunctional irrigation systems. The case studies show how stakeholder engagement in irrigation systems shapes hydrosocial…
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