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People overseas value many things about New Zealand food, and many customers are willing to pay more for these qualities. These resources can inform the development of practices, products and value chains that reward farmers and growers for sustainable production.

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Measuring What Counts: Revenue and Reputation

High Value Nutrition NZ Conference, September 2017
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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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Global Guidance on Environmental Life Cycle Impact Assessment Indicators 2

The Global Guidance for Life Cycle Impact Assessment Indicators 2 is aimed at life cycle assessment practitioners and method developers. It identifies the current best…
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Predicted willingness-to-pay price premium for red meat and dairy products

This infographic summarises key findings from a meta-analysis of international studies. It found the highest consumer ‘willingness to pay’ (WTP) for sustainability attributes is for…
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Summary of potential impacts of delivering credence attributes on dairy farms

This infographic summarises key findings from research on the potential impacts on dairy farms in New Zealand from delivering specific sustainaibility attributes that are desired…
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Consumer willingness-to-pay is variable

This infographic summarises the various factors that influence the additional premium that consumers in our export markets are willing to pay (WTP) for sustainabiity attributes.
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Tauutuutu: The cycle of exchange between people and our environment

If we invest in the environment, through relating to it with care, respect and wisdom, it returns this investment with sustenance that supports our wellbeing…
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Regenerative Agriculture: Productivity, Profit and Food Quality

The 4th webinar in a series of 5 about regenerative agriculture in New Zealand, held on 17 November 2021. Speakers: Matt Harcombe (Silver Fern Farms),…
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The Value Project: How Can Aotearoa New Zealand Generate Greater Returns from Sustainable Production?

New Zealand is great at producing food. And we’re getting better at doing it sustainably. So how can we capture that value and be rewarded…
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