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Wake up, New Zealand: that’s the message from a New Zealander trying to manage a large dairy farm in the UK amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
High-level policy agreements on greenhouse gases – such as the Paris Agreement – are challenging both policy makers and scientists, according to an international scientific expert in this field.
They help prevent flooding and drought by building leaky dams, but UK farmers are concerned about their reintroduction.
A British contractor recently demonstrated the capabilities of precision machinery in modern farming.
Sarah Wilson, New Zealand Winegrowers’ Senior Legal Counsel, has had a busy six months since she began, with Brexit being one of her focuses.
No surprise really: that’s the reaction of NZ’s agricultural trade envoy Mike Petersen to the rejection last week by the British Parliament of Theresa May’s Brexit proposal.
The executive director of the Dairy Companies Association of NZ (DCANZ), Kimberly Crewther, will fly to Europe in the next few days.