Rotorua Lakes Symposium 2013: Recently added

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  • Symposium insights on use of TDRs

    McLean, Ian (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Ian is a life member and committee member of LWQS, and helped develop this Symposium. He was formerly chair of the society and led the transition to LWQS from the Lakeweed Control Society, as well as the first symposia in ...
  • Symposium insights on use of TDRs

    Matheson, Bal (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Bal is a specialist in resource management and environmental law, and is a partner in Russell McVeagh's Environment, Planning, and Natural Resources Group. He provides strategic advice for, and leads, many large scale ...
  • Workshop Session 2

    LakesWater Quality Society (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Workshop Session 2
  • Mechanisms & issues

    Morgan, Gwyn (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Gwyn has been working in the policy field for over 20 years with Fonterra, Auckland Regional Council, DairyNZ and Federated Farmers. His experience through all of these roles has been working in the sustainable farming ...
  • Implications and opportunities for Maori land in the Rotorua catchment

    Tahana, Arapeta (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Arapeta is the Portfolio Manager, Waiariki Region, at Te Tumu Paeroa. He works with Maori land owners to enable them to achieve higher aspirations for their land and assets. He also collaborates with a wide range of other ...
  • A real estate agent's view

    Umbers, Dave (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Dave comes from a background of a career in farming where he progressed from being a shepherd to a manager of a large scale drystock farm. He then changed careers to Real Estate in 1996. During the last 17 years Dave has ...
  • TDR size and quantity

    Park, Simon (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Simon Park has been contracted by BoPRC for several years to provide advice on land use and management in the Rotorua Lakes catchment. Since 2012 this has included working with LWQS and the Farmer Collective on collaborative ...
  • Incentivising change in the Lake Rotorua catchment

    Grayling, Anna; MacCormick, Alistair (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Anna Grayling is the Rotorua Lakes Business Manager for Bay of Plenty Regional Council. After completing a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Sciences at the University of Waikato, Anna’s career began as an ecological ...
  • What land is included?

    Oppatt, Neil (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Neil has served the Rotorua District as both a Rotorua District Councillor for 15 years and now 9 years as a BOP Regional Councillor. Throughout this time Neil has been actively involved in the cleanup of Rotorua's lakes. ...
  • Where else have TDRs been applied

    Martelli, Phillip (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Phillip originally hails from Reporoa. His upbringing and living rurally in the Western Bay of Plenty District for many years, including developing his own orchard, gives him a strong appreciation of the rural environment. ...
  • Session 1: Questions and Clarifications

    Unknown author (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Questions and clarifications in Session One
  • A farmer's perspective

    Morrison, Stuart (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Stuart’s family came to farm in the Rotorua area in 1965. After a time away, including pursuing a career in industry, he returned. He has been dairy farming in the Lake Rotorua catchment for more than 30 years. He has been ...
  • What is the Proposed District Plan proposal?

    Dagg, Liam (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Liam Dagg is the Planning Services Manager at the Rotorua District Council. He has been with Council since 2005 and before taking up the role as manager was the team leader policy. The district plan review as a public ...
  • Transferable development rights an opportunity to assist in reshaping the Rotorua catchment

    Atkinson, Don (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Don is on the committee of LWQS and has been involved in advocating land use change for a number of years. He is a member of StAG which is advising BOPRC on the rules and incentive programme for the Rotorua Catchment. For ...
  • The collaborative process- The new paradigm

    McClay, Todd (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Todd was born in Rotorua and raised in Reporoa and Taupo. He has created and owned a number of successful businesses and has worked in a political capacity internationally, in the European Parliament. In 2000 he was appointed ...
  • The day ahead

    Webber, Warren (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    With a professional background in agriculture and veterinary science, and a decade of participation in water quality issues for the Rotorua Lakes catchments, Warren brings an intense personal, but non-vested interest, to ...
  • Foreword- Rotorua Lakes Symposium 2013

    Green, John (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    The Rotorua Te Arawa Lakes programme is now at a critical phase where nutrient budgets are to be established for landowners across the catchment of Lake Rotorua. The challenge is to reduce the existing nutrient load to the ...
  • Editor's note - Lakeswater Quality society 2013 Symposium proceedings

    Green, Anna (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Editor's not for Lakeswater Quality society 2013 Symposium proceedings
  • Workshop Session 1

    Unknown author (LakesWater Quality Society, 2013)
    Workshop Session 1 - Rororua Lakes 2013 conference