IN THE NEWS

Live on Sarah's Country, I discussed the impact of Covid-19 on the social acceptance of the primary industries. Using Inglehart's theory, I explained that when people are focused on survival and economic security, rather than higher-level values such as equality and the environment, they're more forgiving of industry. The challenge for some was to understand this wasn't excusing their environmental responsibilities and to stay humble.

"Social Licence
About Trust"

15 JULY 2019

"A Social Licence
to Operate"

JUNE - JULY 2019

"Why Farms Should Care About their ‘Social License to Farm"

6 OCTOBER 2018

"Rebuilding Trust with

New Zealand"

2019

"Our Way of Life / Leading the Way with Penny Clark-Hall"

1 DECEMBER 2019

"Grow 2019 BOMA

NZ Special‬"

2018

"FIELDAYS: Sector Needs Empathy"

1 DECEMBER 2019

"Effluent Expo Feeds Farmers’ Brains"

11 NOVEMBER 2019

"BOMA

Grow Summit"​

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"Grow 2019: What’s Ahead for Agribusiness?"

APRIL 2019

"Sector Needs Empathy

- pg 83"

27 MAY 2019

"Effluent Expo doesn’t muck around"

26 NOVEMBER 2019

"Rebuilding Trust with New Zealand"

10 DECEMBER 2018

"Quoted"

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