Reflections

Reflections from The Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor , Kaitohutohu Mātanga Pūtaiao Matua ki te Pirimia, Professor Juliet Gerrard, on the role, the work, and the ongoing projects of the office.

Reflections

The fable of Foulden Maar – a case study in the collision of scientific evidence and government policies?

This week I’ve been watching the story of Foulden Maar unfold in the media. It’s not something I’ve been asked to provide official advice on, but a few scientists have alerted me to the saga. It proves to be an interesting case study in how and when scientific evidence is, or isn’t, used to inform government processes (central and local). So what might we learn from this fable? Read More
DCSAs Plastics Reflections

A quick update

Kia ora koutou, It has been a very busy month in our Office, with lots of activity on our various work streams, and some rapid reprioritisation to assist in collating an evidence base for those supporting recovery in Christchurch.  The Chief Science Advisor Forum...

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