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INTERVIEW Bryce McKenzie of Groundswell: With New Government Do NZ Farmers Have a Better Chance of Regulatory Policy?




Will There Be Practical Changes to the National Policy Statement on Fresh Water?


Summary

In this conversation, Mykeljon Winckel speaks with Bryce McKenzie from Groundswell about the changes in government and their impact on farmers. They discuss the shift from a government that didn’t listen to farmers to one that is more receptive. They highlight the changes in regulations, particularly the national policy statement on fresh water, and the government’s intention to make adjustments. They also discuss the issue of significant natural areas and the need for trust between farmers and the government. The conversation touches on the topic of climate change and the impact of emissions regulations on agriculture.

Keywords government, farmers, regulations, national policy statement, fresh water, significant natural areas, trust, climate change, emissions

Takeaways The new government is more receptive to farmers and willing to listen to their concerns. Changes are being made to regulations, such as the national policy statement on fresh water, to make them more practical for farmers. The issue of significant natural areas and property rights is being addressed by the government. Trust between farmers and the government is crucial for effective communication and collaboration. The impact of emissions regulations on agriculture is a topic of concern and discussion.

Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Background 02:14 The Shift in Receptiveness to Farmers 04:37 Changes to the National Policy Statement on Fresh Water 06:48 Addressing the Issue of Significant Natural Areas and Property Rights 11:07 Building Trust: Effective Communication between Farmers and the Government 23:33 The Insights of George Orwell and the Influence of Money 25:26 The Impact of Emissions Regulations on Agriculture 29:15 Conclusion and Looking Forward



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