Wake Up Call: Land of irrigation and fertiliser

Staff reporters
Thu, 15 Apr 2021

Staff reporters
Thu, 15 Apr 2021

Our Land 2021 is the latest in the series of reports on the state of New Zealand’s environment.

Summary A land report to be released today will provide a valuable update on the state of New Zealand's landscape, with a new focus on land fragmentation among ongoing data reflecting farm sizes, fertiliser use and irrigated land. A new US intelligence report on global threats predicts covid-related economic pressures will bring geopolitical instability, and highlights the growing threat of China and Russia linking together.Land report released A new report on the state of land in NZ was to be released today, as part of a Ministry for...

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