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Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd
Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd (Landcare Research) is a Crown Research Institute (CRI) with a core purpose of undertaking research and development to protect and enhance New Zealand land environments and enable their sustainable use in economic development. To achieve this, Landcare Research’s science teams focus on three key outcomes - protection and restoration of biodiversity, healthy land environments, and sustainable business and urban development.
Landcare Research owns subsidiary companies, including carboNZero Holdings Limited which offers a certification programme for greenhouse gas measurement and reduction.
From 1 February 2011 the Ministry of Science and Innovation became the primary monitoring department for CRIs, with the Crown Ownership Monitoring Unit (COMU) moved to a second-opinion role in relation to the CRI’s financial performance. For Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) please refer to the MBIE website, or the companies’ own websites.
|11 Nov 2013||Annual Report 2012/13: lrnz-ar-12-13.pdf (3794 KB)|
|11 Jan 2012||Annual Report 2010/11 (Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd website)|
|20 Nov 2010||Annual Report 2009/10 (Landcare Research New Zealand Ltd website)|
|20 Nov 2010||Half Yearly Report 2009: lrnz-hy-09.pdf (460 KB)|
|20 Nov 2010||Statement of Corporate Intent 2010: lrnz-sci-10.pdf (308 KB)|