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Do tourists use too much water, pay too little in taxes?
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance, 2003-12)
Research into tourism, water, wastewater and solid wastes • Growth in visitor numbers • Increased demands for water, wastewater, solid waste services • Need to fund operational costs and new services • Studies of water, ...
Success and cost effectiveness of multi-species projects
Species loss is widely recognised as one of the most seriousenvironmental problems nations face. Of 142 nations compared against a wide variety of indicatorsNew Zealand is considered to be performing worst in terms ...
Resource endowments, incentives and footprints
The recent announcement that New Zealand’s ecological footprint is the sixth largest in the world’ is inaccurate as the words per capita are missing from the headline. Ecological Footprints claim to measure the amount of ...
More than a dichotomy
The growth in number of parks is a manifestation of a New Zealand approach to conservation – assessment of areas as having conservation merit, are often followed by public purchase and management for conservation and ...
Least cost emission reductions
There seems plenty of evidence that human induced climate change is occurring. If the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere continues to increase for the next few decades it seems highly likely there will be ...
Information for environment decision-making
EIANZ in 2007 released a blueprint for environmental practitioners entitled ‘Meeting the Challenges of the Future’. Three sets of actions were listed as forming the basis for the Blueprint, including – ‘Improve the ...
A view from the bottom of the pyramid: drivers of corporate environmentalism in developing countries
Drawing on perspectives from stakeholder, resource dependence, institutional and resource based theories and using a multiple-case inductive study, this research examines the drivers of corporate environmentalism in ...
Auckland regional parks network: assessment of benefits & expenditure recovery options
The Auckland Regional Council (ARC) maintains and administers a network of countryside and conservation parks, as well as the Botanic Gardens and stadia at Mount Smart. The annual budget of the Auckland Regional Parks ...
Contingent valuation of improved water quality in the lower Waimakariri River
(Lincoln University (Canterbury, N.Z.). Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 1993-12)
Testing for benefit transfer in valuation of ecosystem services in New Zealand winegrowing regions
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance., 2008)
Benefit transfer (BT) is a pragmatic way of estimating values by transferring values from existing valuation studies to a target area of interest if there are limited resources or funding available to carry out an original ...