Kiwi scientists are using a chemical fingerprinting technique to definitively and scientifically prove if a wine is really what it…
A French research organisation studying the effects of climate change on viticulture, is hoping to partner up with New Zealand grape growers, through a collaboration with the NZWRC.
Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta outlines the Government’s moves to ensure safe drinking water and to reduce environmental damage from poorly treated wastewater.
New Zealand scientists are taking a leading role in the global effort to preserve and improve soil health.
Fonterra's director of sustainability Carolyn Mortland says she is very heartened by the work farmers are putting into the environment.
New Zealand is heading towards much warmer summers by the end of the century, along with more extremes in terms of heatwaves and short deluges.
Climate change was a topic that came up time and again during the Bragato Conference. New Zealand Winegrowers and NIWA have begun researching what impact it will have on our wine regions.
Local councils may soon be required to map significant natural areas in their plans, likely impacting farmers.
The forestry community doesn’t have an agenda to go out and shoot all livestock and replace them with pine trees, says David Rhodes, chief executive of the NZ Forest Owners’ Association.
A reduction of only 0.3% annually in methane emissions is required to ensure this gas no longer contributes to climate temperature warming, says Dave Frame, professor of climate change, Victoria University.
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