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Absolving the sins of emission: the politics of regulating agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in New Zealand
The emergence of emissions trading as a standard feature of national climate mitigation strategies is commonly considered to be evidence of the neoliberalisation of environmental governance. The New Zealand Emissions Trading ...
Reshaping a farming culture through participatory extension: An institutional logics perspective
Historically the dominant farming culture in Western developed countries, such as Scotland and New Zealand, has been based on maximising food production and maintaining the family business. However, this culture of production ...
Intuition, the farmers’ primary decision process. A review and analysis
Intuition is a critical component of farmers’ decision making and underlies human capital. A model of decision making, including intuition as a factor, was developed and used to determine the important variables associated ...