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A decade of public perceptions of the New Zealand environment: a focus on water and its management
(New Zealand Association of Economists and Law and Economics Association of New Zealand, 2010-07)
Six biennial public perception surveys of the environment have been completed at Lincoln University. The survey asks 2000 people their perceptions of the state of the New Zealand environment and its management. 2010 ...
South Canterbury Coastal Streams (SCCS) Limit Setting Process: Social Profile and Assessment
(Canterbury Regional Council (ECAN), 2015-01)
The social analysis reported here was part of the process for setting nutrient limits, and minimum flows and water allocation for the South Canterbury Coastal Streams (SCCS) through a sub-regional plan of the Canterbury ...
Working the blue gold: a personal journey with mathematical tools for water management
(Lincoln Ventures Ltd., 2010-12)
This presentation is about mathematical models, but with a particular bias. The title refers to working the blue gold – and the models are called mathematical tools. This is about mathematical models applied to solving ...
Perspectives on the Canterbury Water Management Strategy
(Lincoln University. LEaP., 2010-08)
The Canterbury Water Management Strategy: Strategic Framework, released in November 2009 by Canterbury Water , is an innovative planning initiative based on a collaborative governance model. The CWMS is a framework to ...
Attitudes and barriers to water transfer
(Lincoln Ventures Ltd. Lincoln Environmental., 2001-12)
This project is part of the Ministry for Environment’s Water Allocation Programme. The programme is aimed at enabling sustainable development of New Zealand’s water resources by removing unnecessary constraints to water ...
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 ...