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The Centre for Land, Environment and People (LEaP) aims to enhance the economic, environmental and social sustainability of societies.
Based in the Faculty of Environment, Society and Design, LEaP draws on the unique range of disciplines that combine scholarly understanding, critique, creativity and problem solving.
The Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 and 2011 have had a significant effect on the region, and highlighted the need for greater effort directed at disaster risk reduction.
Half the world’s population - and over 85 per cent of New Zealanders – now live in cities and settlements.
The Sport and Recreation research theme is housed in the Department of Tourism, Sport and Society at Lincoln University.
Throughout the world people are faced with an ever-widening range of serious environmental issues.
Lincoln University is New Zealand’s specialist land-based university and as such we study the world in its purest – and rawest – sense.
Future Landscape Systems analyses, develops and evaluates spatial design, planning and management futures for landscape systems undergoing transformative change.
Tourism is an integral component of our land, our environment and our communities.
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Being part of the community to pass on knowledge is important to all LEaP researchers.
Partnerships are critically important to share, generate and disseminate knowledge.
Richie McCaw entered the University as an Excellence Scholar in 1999 to study for a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and was awarded a rugby sports scholarship soon after. The fourth generation of his family to enrol at Lincoln, he made his All Blacks debut in 2001. In recognition of his illustrious rugby career and contribution to sport, Lincoln University awarded him an Honorary Doctorate in Natural Resources in 2012.Learn more about Lincoln
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