IN THE NEWS

TV CHAT WITH SARAH PERRIAM

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.

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OTAGO DAILY TIMES

"Social Licence
About Trust"

15 JULY 2019
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LATITUDE MAGAZINE

"A Social Licence
to Operate"

JUNE - JULY 2019
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MAGIC

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

6 OCTOBER 2018
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NZ FARM LIFE

"Rebuilding Trust with

New Zealand"

2019
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PRESSREADER

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

1 DECEMBER 2019
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FMNZ LEVELED UP PODCAST

"Grow 2019 BOMA

NZ Special‬"

2018
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FARMERS WEEKLY

"FIELDAYS: Sector Needs Empathy"

1 DECEMBER 2019
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FARMERS WEEKLY

"Effluent Expo Feeds Farmers’ Brains"

11 NOVEMBER 2019
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DAIRY BANTER

"BOMA

Grow Summit"​

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OUR LAND & WATER

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

APRIL 2019
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FARMERS WEEKLY

"Sector Needs Empathy

- pg 83"

27 MAY 2019
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DAIRY WEEKLY

"Effluent Expo doesn’t muck around"

26 NOVEMBER 2019
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B.LINK INNOVATION

"Rebuilding Trust with New Zealand"

10 DECEMBER 2018
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HOMEPADDOCK

"Quoted"

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