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How to share the potential benefits of REDD+? The case of Nepal
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) is an incentive based measure for climate change mitigation. REDD+ transcends deforestation and forest degradation and includes sustainable management of ...
Local water grab
(Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce. Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme., 2010)
Over the years farmers within the Bay of Plenty had little problems or restrictions in accessing water for running their business. However times have changed and the diversification of our business into both dairy and ...
The Waimakariri River and its environment: frequency analysis of extreme events and the effects of flow modifications
(Lincoln University, 2016-07-18)
The Waimakariri River is known for its unpredictability; flood and drought events can occur at any time of the year. Knowledge about the return period of extreme events is crucial for water management and planning. Frequency ...
Efficient and reasonable use of water for irrigation.
(Environment Canterbury., 2002-05)
Environment Canterbury (ECan) is currently preparing a Natural Resources Regional Plan (NRRP) to manage the natural and physical resources of the Canterbury region. The NRRP sets out detailed objectives and policies for ...
The provision of information within the Quota Management System : customary fishing : a case study
(Lincoln University, 2001)
Given that the overall purpose of the Quota Management System (QMS) as defined by the Fisheries Act 1996 is sustainable utilisation, the setting of Total Allowable Catches (TAC) is a vital decision-making process. In making ...
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 ...