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Reducing terrestrial greenhouse gas emissions: a human dimensions contribution

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This paper describes achievements from the human dimensions research within New Zealand's 'Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Terrestrial Biosphere' programme, in three parts: (i) regional responses to climate change policy development, (ii) indigenous groups, land use and climate change, and (iii) participation in the Land Use in Rural New Zealand (LURNZ) model development. We then critically review our work, using a post-normal science framework to inform further development of this research.

Keywords: climate change policy, policy development, discourse analysis, econometric modelling, governance, Maori land use, mitigation, post-normal science, greenhouse gas emissions, emissions reduction, rural areas, New Zealand, indigenous groups, terrestrial biosphere

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