Agricultural Foresight in New Zealand, 1997-2005

Fletcher, Amy L.
February 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 1, p6
Discusses the development of a public strategy for agricultural biotechnology in New Zealand. Information on the Foresight Project launched by the government in 1997; Goal of the project; Criticism of the Foresight Project by stakeholders.


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