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Motu Research - Markets and Water Quality Symposium

Motu Research - Markets and Water Quality Symposium

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When:

  • Tue 3 Apr ’12, 8:45am – 3:30pm

Where:

Te Papa, 55 Cable St, Wellington

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General: $50.00
  • Student/NGOs/unwaged (approval needed from hugh.mcdonald@motu.org.nz): $0.00

Motu, together with NIWA and the Land and Water Forum, invites you to a public symposium on markets and water quality. The symposium will feature recent policy-relevant work on water quality management in New Zealand and will provide a chance to hear sectoral, NGO, and government perspectives on the issue. There will be a particular focus on the potential role for market-based instruments to improve water quality in New Zealand.

The symposium will present a user-friendly synthesis of recent water quality research that will be of interest to a wide audience. It is envisaged that the symposium will be of particular relevance to those tackling water quality issues, including central and regional government, environmental NGOs, Crown Research Institutes, the agricultural industry, and researchers.

The symposium is open to all, and it is envisaged that it will be of interest to researchers, water users, central and regional government employees, NGO representatives, and others.

Registration:
Please register online at http://marketsandwaterquality.eventbrite.co.nz. Registration is free for students, NGOs, and the unwaged. There is a $50 fee for other attendees. Registration closes on 20 March.

The symposium will be held in Rangimarie Room One, Te Papa.

More information will be updated on this page as it becomes available.

Please email Hugh McDonald (hugh.mcdonlad@motu.org.nz) if you have any queries.

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