Read latest reports commissioned by the BioHeritage Challenge.
Potential policy options for improved management of indigenous biodiversity in agroecosystems (PDF File, 213.7 KB)
18 Jul 2018 — Dr Marie Brown, Dr Fleur Maseyk and Jess Kereama
10 Jul 2018 — Our vision: To reverse the decline of biological heritage, blend traditional knowledge with modern research, reconnect people with nature, create thriving ecosystems, and leave a legacy for future generations.
21 Jun 2018 — Kevin Collins
24 Apr 2018 — Research investigating contemporary losses of wetland extent in New Zealand and recommendations and a path forward to improve our ability to monitor and report on national wetland extent.
23 Apr 2018 — Read about progress being made toward finding science-based solutions to enhance and restore Aotearoa’s natural and primary production environments in the BioHeritage Challenge’s 2017 Highlights report.
Applied research to progress and support close-to-market pest control tools and their strategic application (PDF File, 405.5 KB)
12 Feb 2018 — Bruce Warburton, James Ross, Lyne McFarlane
03 Nov 2017 — James Mansell (Lead Author), Rob Laking, Billy Matheson, Rohan Light
28 Sep 2017 — Johanna Yletyinen & Jason Tylianakis, University of Canterbury; Pike Brown & Roger Pech, Landcare Research
Proceedings and conclusions of a workshop on biodiversity data sharing and sovereignty (PDF File, 456.9 KB)
04 Aug 2017 — Susan K Wiser, Peter Bellingham
Prepared for: New Zealand’s Biological Heritage National Science Challenge. Landcare Research Contract Report: LC2792
A Socio-Economic Research Plan for Evaluating Possible Interventions in New Zealand’s Biosecurity Networks (PDF File, 1.9 MB)
12 Jun 2017 — Dalziel, Paul and Philip E. Hulme. 2016
Research Report No. 338, prepared for the Biological Heritage, Ngā Koiora Tuku Iho National Science Challenge
Lincoln University: Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit.
A systematic literature review of attitudes to pest control methods in New Zealand (PDF File, 1010.7 KB)
01 Jan 2018 — Robyn L. Kannemeyer, May 2017