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An exploratory study of the environmental behaviour of New Zealand small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) manufacturers
(Lincoln University, 2013)
Driven by growing environmental awareness, increased scientific knowledge, stakeholder pressure, and legislation, businesses (either willingly or unwillingly) are increasingly confronting environmental issues. New Zealand ...
An uneasy marriage : ecological reason and the Resource Management Act
(Lincoln University, 2005)
The late 1960s witnessed an unprecedented interest in the environment. One of the intellectual characteristics of this period was the rise of ecocentrism, a form of ecological reasoning that challenged the domination of ...
Zeroing in on food waste : estimating the sources and sinks of putrescible material in Christchurch
(Lincoln University, 2000)
Waste production is a significant obstacle on the road to sustainability. Progressing further down that road, will require a greater understanding of the waste stream and of the possibilities for sustainably utilising ...
Groundwater management tools : analytical procedure and case studies
(Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, 2003-10)
This report addresses an issue of groundwater management that was identified by regional council staff, as part of a project conducted by Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry and the Ministry for the Environment for encouraging ...
Environmental management systems in New Zealand wineries: Is SWNZ the answer?
(Winetitles Media, 2012-07)
In recent years, various formal environmental management systems (EMS) have been developed and promoted by national and regional wine industry associations worldwide. Specifically, New Zealand Winegrowers, the national ...
The potential for improved water management using a legal social contract
(Lincoln University. LEaP., 2011-07)
This review examines the proposed social contract to improve water management in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. This contract defines expectations of resource access and use, forming a boundary of responsibility ...