Is it rare event value that has one admiring outspokenness in matters of high financial reward from low technology food productions in relation to Earth’s degradation..
Can’t say that it is in the matter of a kiwi executive for Department of Conservation which aired on RNZ late this past week. As usual several sides to the issue were forthcoming, tho I must say the more surprising ‘personal’ tone(as to the exec’s motivation etc) from a farming leader struck me as over-the-top. True that sector has to earn a living from the land but the issue seemed to me somewhat larger than than.
Like for how long. Why must economic growth dictate environmental relegation?
To aid answers and at the same time present the bigger picture of the context a relatively small territory has perforce to play in its market/s yale have news of a new report. Which, happily, supplies solid support for the exec’s point of view. And, IMO, offers the others reason to take a more circumspect approach. Whilst presenting practical things that they might try. In the cause BAU.