Mike Joy

16th Jun 19, 9:14am
Guy Trafford takes a look at some of the water issues surrounding Canterbury particularly the Selwyn District and believes there is a brighter future ahead - eventually
Guy Trafford takes a look at some of the water issues surrounding Canterbury particularly the Selwyn District and believes there is a brighter future ahead - eventually
16th Jun 19, 9:14am
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29th Nov 18, 10:36am
Guy Trafford reviews the latest claims on Canterbury water quality by Fish & Game and finds misrepresented sources, misquoted facts, and no transparency around samples selected. Fish & Game respond
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Guy Trafford reviews the latest claims on Canterbury water quality by Fish & Game and finds misrepresented sources, misquoted facts, and no transparency around samples selected. Fish & Game respond
29th Nov 18, 10:36am
15th Jun 17, 11:47am
Mike Joy says we are on a collision course between the demands of rising populations and the ability of our food resources to sustain themselves - and nitrogen use is the fault line
Mike Joy says we are on a collision course between the demands of rising populations and the ability of our food resources to sustain themselves - and nitrogen use is the fault line
15th Jun 17, 11:47am
27th Aug 16, 4:50pm
William Rolleston challenges the many claims that point the finger of blame for the Havelock North water contamination and system failure; calls for science-based evidence gathering
William Rolleston challenges the many claims that point the finger of blame for the Havelock North water contamination and system failure; calls for science-based evidence gathering
27th Aug 16, 4:50pm
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7th Mar 16, 11:10am
State-owned farmer to sharply reduce scale of forestry-to-dairy conversions at Wairakei Estates; cites financial and environmental reasons
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State-owned farmer to sharply reduce scale of forestry-to-dairy conversions at Wairakei Estates; cites financial and environmental reasons
7th Mar 16, 11:10am
19th Jun 15, 3:04pm
Environment Commissioner challenges intensive dairying due to water quality concerns; professor fears recommendations will fall on deaf ears
Environment Commissioner challenges intensive dairying due to water quality concerns; professor fears recommendations will fall on deaf ears
19th Jun 15, 3:04pm
7th Mar 13, 1:30pm
Mike Joy calls on the dairy industry to nail their environmental colours to the mast and stop indulging in blame, denial and excuses. Your view?
Mike Joy calls on the dairy industry to nail their environmental colours to the mast and stop indulging in blame, denial and excuses. Your view?
7th Mar 13, 1:30pm
25th Nov 12, 9:14am
Bruce Wills gets excited about the positives for our agriculture despite recent efforts to talk ourselves down. He also likes the 'Scale up or Die' message. Your view?
Bruce Wills gets excited about the positives for our agriculture despite recent efforts to talk ourselves down. He also likes the 'Scale up or Die' message. Your view?
25th Nov 12, 9:14am
5th Oct 12, 9:07am
Dairy farmers respond to Mike Joy's warning about fresh water quality, say roll-back to pre-farming state an unrealistic goal. Your view?
Dairy farmers respond to Mike Joy's warning about fresh water quality, say roll-back to pre-farming state an unrealistic goal. Your view?
5th Oct 12, 9:07am
4th Oct 12, 2:05pm
Mike Joy details the scientific evidence against intensive dairying and how it is affecting our freshwater systems. How do you see it?
Mike Joy details the scientific evidence against intensive dairying and how it is affecting our freshwater systems. How do you see it?
4th Oct 12, 2:05pm
3rd Oct 12, 8:20am
The reality is that intensive dairying works because land values have increased hugely only because there are no costs for the environmental impacts, says Mike Joy. Your view?
The reality is that intensive dairying works because land values have increased hugely only because there are no costs for the environmental impacts, says Mike Joy. Your view?
3rd Oct 12, 8:20am
23rd Aug 12, 5:00pm
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Opinion: The long-term poisoning of our rural soils with the heavy metal cadmium threatens vast tracts of rural land and will soon affect the exportability of crops and animals says scientist Mike Joy
Opinion: The long-term poisoning of our rural soils with the heavy metal cadmium threatens vast tracts of rural land and will soon affect the exportability of crops and animals says scientist Mike Joy
23rd Aug 12, 5:00pm