Mariaelena Huambachano (PhD) is an Indigenous scholar. Master of Management(International Business),Massey University,October 2010, Auckland-New Zealand. Postgraduate Diploma in Management, School of Management,Massey University, July 2009,Auckland-New Zealand. Research Topics:Sustainability,Green Economy,Climate change.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Sustainable Development in South America: A Case Study of the Agricultural Sector of Peru

This paper explores the scope of sustainable development practices in South America with a special focus on sustainable development practices in the agricultural sector of Peru.

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Carbon Emissions Scheme: Analysis of the Impact of the New Zealand Emission Trading Scheme on the Agribusiness Value Chain

This article explores the importance of the New Zealand Emission Trading Scheme(NZETS) with a special focus on the New Zealand agricultural value chain.

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Food Security and Indigenous Peoples Knowledge: El Buen Vivir - Sumaq Kawsay in Peru and Tē Atānoho, New Zealand, Māori-New Zealand

The contribution of Indigenous People’s knowledge is often overlooked. This paper analyses the "Sumaq Kawsay" concept adopted by the Andean peoples of Peru in safeguarding food security.

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Published online: July 9, 2015

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