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The wheel of water: The contribution of the agricultural sector in Selwyn and Waimakariri districts to the economy of Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2015-07)
The impacts of expenditure flows from rural districts on the economy of Christchurch have been calculated as part of a broader research project, “The Wheel of Water”, led by Aqualinc Research Ltd. and funded by the Ministry ...
Impacts of changes in consumption, production and trade policies in China and India on trade and greenhouse gases emissions, particularly in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Population growth, urbanisation and rising incomes are changing the level and composition of food consumption in emerging countries. In India and China particularly, this development is accompanied by shifts in dietary ...
Sustainability trends in key overseas markets: market drivers and implications to increase value for New Zealand exports
(Lincoln University. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 2010-07)
This report examines trends in consumer concerns regarding sustainability in key overseas markets for New Zealand. These trends are affecting and will continue to affect what consumers buy and the premiums they will pay. ...
Assessing consumer preferences and willingness to pay for NZ food attributes in China, India and the UK
Understanding international consumer preferences and attitudes towards food is important in maximizing the value of food exports. This study aims at assessing these preferences and attitudes towards a number of food ...
Consumer attitudes and willingness to pay for attributes of food, in particular from New Zealand
For New Zealand, assessing consumer attitudes in global food markets, is important to maximizing the value of exports. This study aims to assess consumer attitudes and preferences towards a number of food attributes and ...
Assessing the effects of the adoption of a low carbon diet in the EU & US on trade and the environment
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2011-11)
The livestock sector generates 18% of total GHG emissions. There is a demand for reduction in meat and dairy consumption- a low carbon diet.