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Integrated assessment two: Achieving water quality for swimming, taking food and healthy biodiversity. Assessment of scenario 1 steps 10%, 25% and 50% from case 1 of modelling round two.

TR 2018/41

Report: TR 2018/41

Author: Liz Wedderburn, Antoine Coffin

About this report

This report was commissioned by the Technical Leaders Group for the Healthy Rivers Wai Ora Project Report No. HR/TLG/2015-2016/6.3

This report summarises information about the potential social, environmental, cultural and economic impacts if policy was put into place to restore and protect the Waikato and Waipa rivers for swimming, taking food and healthy biodiversity. This is known as Scenario 1, with steps being taken to achieve 10, 25 and 50% of progress towards achieving the water quality targets and limits.

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Content

1 Introduction
2 Social Indicators
2.1 Vibrant and Resilient Communities
2.2 Employment
2.3 Infrastructure
2.4 Recreation
3 Environmental Indicators
3.1 Regional Ecological Monitoring of Streams (REMS)
3.2 Pareparenga o te wai/Riparian margins
3.3 Wetland
4 Economic indicators
4.1 Value Add
4.2 International exports
4.3 Employment
5 Cultural Indicators
5.1 Waitematā
5.2 Te Rere
5.3 Paemakariri
5.4 He kai pai
5.5 Te nui o ngā kai i te wai
5.6 Ngā tarukino me ngā ika rawaho i te wai
5.7 Mātauranga ki ngā wai kaukau
5.8 Au Putea
6 Trend wheel Scenario 1 – 50%
7 Trend wheel Scenario 1- 25%
8 Trend wheel Scenario 1 – 10%
9 Scenario Trend Summary: Trend of Indicator for the impact of activities to achieve the scenario attribute states