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Essential freshwater : healthy water, fairly allocated

Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment [issuing body] | New Zealand. Ministry for Primary Industries [issuing body].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington : Ministry for the Environment and Ministry for Primary Industries, 2018Description: 1 online resource.Subject(s): FRESH WATER | WATER QUALITY | WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: ME 1382 Ministry for the Environment website
Contents:
Message from the Ministers -- 1. Overview -- Objectives – Actions -- The path forward -- Water quality in urban and rural communities -- Measurement and monitoring -- 2. About our freshwater -- Pressures on freshwater -- Timeline -- 3. Work programme -- 1. At-risk catchments -- 2. National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management amendments -- 3. A new National Environmental Standard for Freshwater Management -- 4. Resource Management Act amendments -- 5. Allocation of freshwater resources -- Related work -- Essential Freshwater work programme -- 4. Working together -- Essential Freshwater Taskforce from across government -- Kahui Wai Māori -- Freshwater Leaders Group -- Science and Technical Advisory Group -- Regional councils -- Wider opportunities for involvement -- Working together to protect and restore New Zealand’s freshwater -- 5. Principles -- 6. Freshwater policy future framework -- Catchment-by-catchment -- Good practice -- Structural change -- Better target support to make change -- Investment in solutions -- Improve measurement of discharges -- Support councils -- Transition -- 7. Further reading -- Companion document -- Background documents -- Appendix 1 – Cabinet paper: Restoring our freshwater and waterways -- Appendix 2 – Cabinet minute: Aligning land-based sector work programmes
Summary: This document sets out the Government’s plan to restore and protect freshwater in New Zealand. It outlines the work programme that will set New Zealand on the path to turning around water quality trends and make long-term improvements in freshwater.
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"October 2018."

Publication date: October 2018. Publication reference number: ME 1382.

Message from the Ministers -- 1. Overview -- Objectives – Actions -- The path forward -- Water quality in urban and rural communities -- Measurement and monitoring -- 2. About our freshwater -- Pressures on freshwater -- Timeline -- 3. Work programme -- 1. At-risk catchments -- 2. National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management amendments -- 3. A new National Environmental Standard for Freshwater Management -- 4. Resource Management Act amendments -- 5. Allocation of freshwater resources -- Related work -- Essential Freshwater work programme -- 4. Working together -- Essential Freshwater Taskforce from across government -- Kahui Wai Māori -- Freshwater Leaders Group -- Science and Technical Advisory Group -- Regional councils -- Wider opportunities for involvement -- Working together to protect and restore New Zealand’s freshwater -- 5. Principles -- 6. Freshwater policy future framework -- Catchment-by-catchment -- Good practice -- Structural change -- Better target support to make change -- Investment in solutions -- Improve measurement of discharges -- Support councils -- Transition -- 7. Further reading -- Companion document -- Background documents -- Appendix 1 – Cabinet paper: Restoring our freshwater and waterways -- Appendix 2 – Cabinet minute: Aligning land-based sector work programmes

This document sets out the Government’s plan to restore and protect freshwater in New Zealand. It outlines the work programme that will set New Zealand on the path to turning around water quality trends and make long-term improvements in freshwater.

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