Research Symposium on Sustainability for the Wine Industry

October 8, 2010 0 Comments

Sustainability will be the subject of a wine research symposium to be held at Lincoln University on Wednesday, 3 November 2010.

Entitled “Directions and opportunities for premium New Zealand wine in a global marketplace” the symposium will bring together a range of internationally recognised researchers covering topics from ecology to human health with all stops in between, including communities, marketing, viticulture, water use and winery design.

Speakers include:

  • Roger Boulton, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Enology, University of California (Davis)
  • Rod Brodie, Professor of Marketing, Auckland University
  • Brent Clothier, Plant and Food Research, Palmerston North
  • James Millton, Organics Aotearoa and Millton Vineyards and Winery, Gisborne
  • Rod Jackson, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Auckland University
  • Caroline Saunders, Professor of Trade and Environmental Economics and Director of the Agriculture Economics Research Unit, Lincoln University
  • Robyn Wood, Strategic Professor of Innovative Viticulture, Charles Sturt University
  • Steve Wratten, Professor of Ecology, Lincoln University

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