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  • International Accreditation

    resources management; and landscape architecture and spatial planning.
  • Postgraduate

    resources and facilities in place to support postgraduate students throughout their studies, so make sure you visit our postgraduate section to find out more.
  • In person - 2015 Graduation Ceremonies

    Resources; Social Science; Software & Information Technology.
  • Choosing your course

    resources on hand to help.
  • Postgraduate resources

    resources available.
  • Career Hub

  • Partners

    resources, and services delivering innovative, practical research, technical, education, extension and training support to dairy farmers.
  • SchoolsLinc

    resources for teachers and career advisors.
  • Recruitment Process

    Resources in consultation with the relevant Director/Manager or their nominee.
  • Living in Lincoln, New Zealand

    Resources team at Lincoln for more help.
  • Domestic tuition fees

    Resources $5,800 120 (60 each semester) Diploma in Agriculture $5,800 120 (60 each semester) Diploma in Horticulture $5,800 120 (60 each semester) Diploma in Farm Management $5,800 120 (60 each semester) Diploma in Horticultural Management $5,800 120 (60 each semester) Undergraduate Degrees Programme 2015 tuition fee for those students enrolled in 120 credits before 27 February 2015* Bachelor of Agribusiness and Food ...
  • Global Challenges Programme

    resources, urban sprawl, the loss of biodiversity, and pollution.
  • Poutama Whenua

    resources for whānau, hapu, iwi and Māori communities, but also come with social, cultural and environmental challenges when looking to balance Māori collective aspirations for economic advancement next to kaitiakitanga (guardianship).
  • Lincoln University Centre for International Development

    resources in developing and emerging economies, so that: Poverty can be reduced through pro-poor and sustainable growth of the rural economy Rural livelihoods can be improved, the development of rural communities fostered, and the sustainable use of natural resources encouraged.
  • Centre for Land, Environment and People

    LEaP) aims to enhance the economic, environmental and social sustainability of societies.
  • Isaac Centre for Nature Conservation

    resources, recreation and tourism in natural environments, development and use of environmental indicators, landscape design, habitat restoration and species recovery programmes, ethnobiology and wildlife management, ex situ (botanic garden, zoo and germ plasm bank) conservation, bio-economics and the ethics of nature.
  • Waterways Centre for Freshwater Management

    resources is an ever increasingly priority.
  • Structure

    resources to enhance social, environmental and economic viability.
  • Research

    resources and facilities to support postgraduate students with their studies.
  • Tourism & Oil (2007 to 2010)

  • Peak Oil Think Tank

    LEaP Think Tank is an initiative to raise awareness of the seriousness of peak oil for New Zealand and to provide relevant knowledge to assist strategic planning for a transition to a low carbon economy.
  • Organisation around enthusiasms

    resources, and possibly their contribution to what has been termed ‘civic engagement’ or ‘social capital’.
  • Surfing Reefs

    LEaP research in the Human Dimensions of Fisheries and Aquaculture.
  • Recreational Hunters

    LEaP 8, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand ...
  • Public Perceptions of NZ's Environment (ongoing)

    resources such as air quality, native plants and animals, native forest and bush, soils, beaches and coastal waters, marine fisheries, marine reserves, freshwaters, national parks, wetlands, urban environments, and the natural environment compared to other developed nations. We also examine participation in environmentally friendly activities. Individual case studies are also undertaken and reported. All the reports are available in hard copy and
  • Publications

    LEaP publications and the projects Prioritising river values and Publich Perceptions of NZ's Environment for publations avalible for download ...
  • Spatial Yield (2007-2012)

  • Environmental Footprint of the New Zealand Tourism Sector (2008)

    LEAP and the AERU), and elsewhere in the measurement and reduction of businesses carbon footprints.
  • Last Chance Tourism

    resources – winter & summer) under 'least' and 'most' change for 2020, 2050, and 2080.
  • Contact us

    LEaP Research Centre Faculty of Environment, Society & Design Lincoln University Street and delivery address Ellesmere Junction Road/Springs Road Lincoln Canterbury New Zealand Postal address PO Box 85084 Lincoln University Lincoln 7647 Canterbury New Zealand Enquiries Please direct enquiries to the respective theme leaders.
  • Community involvement

    LEaP researchers on editorial boards: World Leisure Journal (editors: Grant Cushman  and Bob Gidlow ) Journal of Landscape Architecture (Prof Simon Swaffield ) Landscape Journal (Prof Simon Swaffield ) Landscape Review (Editor in Chief: Dr.
  • Partnerships

    LEaP maintains close links with research institutions, individual researchers, industry partners and government organisations in New Zealand and internationally to ensure high quality, connectedness and uptake of research results.
  • Reduction mitigation and adaption

    resources to sustain their livelihoods are highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
  • Resources

    Resources Institute Rocky Mountain Institute CSIRO (Australia) Tyndall Centre Climatic Research Unit , UEA New Zealand Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research ( NIWA ) Pew Centre University of Geneva - Climate Change and Climate Impact Group Earth Institute at Colombia University Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) Motu Trust (NZ) Other useful websites American Council for an Energy Efficient ...
  • General Vacancies

    Resources Phone: +64 3 423 0590 Email: jobs@lincoln.
  • Management Vacancies

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  • Academic Vacancies

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  • Research and Postgraduate Study

    resources and facilities to support postgraduate students with their studies.
  • Lincoln Hub

    resources and new investment in infrastructure and facilities, drawing on the work of over 900 researchers and industry professionals.
  • Library, Teaching and Learning

    resources for all researchers, including theses and dissertation writers.
  • Frequently Asked Questions

    resources on the soil system.
  • Scientific Publications

    resources for Canterbury agriculture .
  • Studying International Rural Development at Lincoln

    resources like communal forest, fisheries, grazing and eco-tourism amenities.
  • Lincoln Childcare and Preschool

    resources that are replaced on a regular basis.
  • Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Wine Science

    Resources on +64 3 423 0591.
  • Logistics Officer

    Resources on 03 423-0591.
  • Analytical Technician

    Resources on 03 423 0591.
  • Technician (Microbiology)

    Resources on 03 423 0591.
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