Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Ideas That Grow


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FAR and the role of arable in agriculture

Bryan GibsonOct 24, 2023
CEO of FAR Alison Stewart chats with Bryan about her career journey and passion for the arable sector.

LISTEN: Outgoing trade envoy and farmer on NZ’s ag IP potential

Bryan GibsonJul 17, 2023
Bryan Gibson chats with Wairarapa sheep and beef farmer Mel Poulton about her journey and some things she's learnt along the way.

LISTEN: Why NZ has a point of difference when it comes to glyphosate use

Bryan GibsonJun 19, 2023
Listen to 2019 Nuffield Scholar Hamish Marr chat with Bryan Gibson about his studies into glyphosate use in NZ.

LISTEN: Navigating data sharing and why it matters on farm

Bryan GibsonMay 16, 2023
2022 Nuffield Scholar Lucie Douma is on a mission to connect the dots of NZ's extensive and largely fragmented primary sector data.


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LISTEN: Sustainability expert on why the Humanverse is an opportunity for NZ farmers

Bryan GibsonApr 24, 2023
After presenting as keynote speaker at the NZ Rural Leaders Agribusiness Summit, Devry Boughner Vorwerk catches up with Bryan Gibson.
LISTEN: Scott Champion on seeing beyond the boundary fence

LISTEN: Scott Champion on seeing beyond the boundary fence

Farmers WeeklyMar 14, 2023
Dr Scott Champion, former CEO of Beef+Lamb NZ, talks with Bryan Gibson about all things leadership.
LISTEN: Dame Jenny Shipley on leadership

LISTEN: Dame Jenny Shipley on leadership

Farmers WeeklyNov 24, 2022
Dame Jenny Shipley, this country’s first Woman Prime Minister – and a 1984 Kellogg Scholar, offers Farmers Weekly Editor Bryan Gibson some insights on leadership in the regulatory environment.
LISTEN: Banking on a sustainable future

LISTEN: Banking on a sustainable future

Farmers WeeklyOct 21, 2022
Katie Vickers, a 2019 Kellogg Scholar, is on a mission to help regenerate our planet by influencing business practice to close the gap between purpose, people, and profit.