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Regulating agricultural land use to manage water quality: the challenges for science and policy in enforcing limits on non-point source pollution in New Zealand
Non-point source pollution from agricultural land use is a complex issue for the management of freshwater worldwide. This paper presents a case study from New Zealand to examine how predictive modelling and land use rules ...
Rescaling knowledge and governance and enrolling the future in New Zealand: a co-production analysis of Canterbury’s water management reforms to regulate diffuse pollution
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of the International Association for Society and Natural Resources, 2017)
© 2017 Taylor & Francis. Addressing diffuse agricultural pollution to improve water quality is a socioeconomic, political, and policy challenge worldwide. In New Zealand, catchment load limits are being introduced to ...
Converting community knowledge into catchment nutrient limits: A constructivist analysis of a New Zealand collaborative approach to water management
(Berghahn Journals, 2013-06-01)
The question posed in this article is how shifts in governance ushered in by the sustainability paradigm are reshaping knowledge governance. Drawing on constructivist theories of knowledge, I examine the tension between ...
The challenges of regulating diffuse agricultural pollution to improve water quality: a science policy perspective on approaches to setting enforceable catchment load limits in New Zealand
(University of California Press, 2017-05-01)
Worldwide, the cumulative effects of diffuse pollution arising from a range of human activities are diminishing the quality and ecosystem capacity of lakes, rivers, estuaries, and oceans. Devising effective ways to regulate ...