Each issue of Pūtaiao will share the benefits and impacts of our science in helping ensure a sustainable, productive future for New Zealand.
Aotearoa has a rich biodiversity, from the smallest bacteria to the largest kauri tree, but it is under threat from pressures such as invasive species, climate change, land-use intensification and conversion, mining, and urban development. Discovering, protecting and restoring this precious taonga requires exceptional science and infrastructure, practical policy, real-world tools and solutions, and everyone’s support and participation.
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Pūtaiao in PDF format
- pdf Pūtaiao Issue 3, August 2020 - Covid, carbon and regen ag pdf File, 5.1 MB
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- pdf Pūtaio Issue 1, February 2020 - Healthy water begins with our land pdf File, 8.2 MB