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Management and leadership in community gardens: Two initiatives in Greater Christchurch, New Zealand : A thesis submitted to the University of Applied Life Sciences Vienna and Lincoln University in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the Degree of Master of Natural Resources Management & Ecological Engineering
(University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna, 2009)
Over the last century, a rapid process of urbanisation was evidenced throughout the world. This process resulted in significant land-use changes, environmental degradation, changes of lifestyles and society through increased ...
Comparing and contrasting three environmental management systems currently being implemented in the New Zealand wine industry : ISO 14001, NZIWP and Bio-Gro : A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters [i.e. Master] of Applied Science (Environmental Management) at Lincoln University
(Lincoln University, 2002)
The New Zealand wine industry currently has three environmental management systems functioning within it, although which system best helps companies to internalize externalities, while directing companies towards sustainability ...
The Ma(r)king of memory and the right to remember: design, interpretation and the movement of meaning. An investigation into the role of design in shaping Euro-Western experience and interpretation of the post genocide memoryscapes of Cambodia and Rwanda
(Lincoln University, 2009)
Bearing witness to tragedy, the aftermath of genocide often resides quite evidently within the landscape. A potent container of memories and representation, the landscape provides both a symbolic role in which to honour ...
In search of a process for central city revitalisation : the example of Christchurch
(Lincoln University. LEaP., 2009-07)
This article promotes a methodology for assessing, systematically, the redevelopment potential of sites in the inner-city area as part of a Central City revitalisation programme. There is a strong desire to see Christchurch’s ...