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Behavioural links and limits of disaster risk management and climate change adaptation: demand and supply-side evidence from Caribbean coastal tourism
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Although the treatment of disaster risk management (DRM) and climate change adaptation (CCA) as distinct and disparate processes is increasingly being questioned, the behavioural links and limits of DRM and CCA have received ...
Clay target shooting: threats and issues
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 2003)
Clay target shooting is a sport with a long history, both within New Zealand and internationally. While it was originally a means of practising hunting skills, in time it became a sport in its own right. Today the "sport" ...
Effectiveness of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in addressing development-induced disasters: a comparison of the EIA processes of Sri Lanka and New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2014)
There is an on-going exponential increase in development-induced disasters globally, especially in low and middle-income countries. This upward trend in the occurrence of development-induced disasters challenges sustainable ...
An evaluation of institutional responses to streams influenced by agricultural landuse : the Waikakahi Stream case study
(Lincoln University, 2001)
This report was prepared in partial fulfilment of the MSc in Resource Management at Lincoln University. The report is directed at Environment Canterbury, in particular, but also other environmental management institutions. ...
Representation and legitimacy in collaborative freshwater planning: stakeholder perspectives on a Canterbury Zone Committee
(Cawthron Institute, 2015-11-17)
The long-term success of collaborative approaches to freshwater planning depends on their democratic legitimacy. With collaborative planning being promoted by the New Zealand government and trialled by several regional ...
The Mount John Observatory 'Space Park'
(Lincoln Unversity. LEaP., 2010-02)
When we think of conservation we often think of waterways, mountains and endangered native species. However, we seldom consider conserving the night sky. New Zealand is often considered at the forefront of both conservation ...
Planning approaches for the management of surf breaks in New Zealand
There is a strong surfing culture, heritage, and community that shares a common spirit in New Zealand and around the world. Surf breaks are places where the practice of surfing predominantly occurs and have recently been ...
A failed attempt at collaborative water planning: Selwyn Waihora Variation 1
(Lincoln University Planning Association, 2015-12)
This article contextualises and reports on one of the 13 sub-regional water plans underway to set environmental limits as part of implementing the Canterbury Water Management Strategy (CWMS).