This was a public webinar. A recording is available to watch below, or here. You can read the Pathways to Prosperity discussion paper here.


This webinar saw Helen Clark joined by business leader and climate and equalities campaigner Paul Polman for the launch of a discussion paper on productivity in the New Zealand food and fibre sector, titled Pathways to Prosperity: Capturing more of the value of our food and fibre sector exports for New Zealand.

Commissioned by the The Helen Clark Foundation and produced by the NZ Institute of Economic Research (NZIER), the paper considers the importance of the food and fibre sector to New Zealand’s future prosperity, and sets out pathways by which it can grow value sustainably in the years ahead.

To mark the launch, Helen and Paul discussed how the food and fibre sector can meet changing international expectations around sustainability and climate change, and the skills and capabilities firms will need to be competitive in export markets in the years ahead.

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