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+CALLING A SPADE A SPADENew Zealand Public’s Attitudes to Natural Resources 2012Straterra Mining Club October 2012
+                         Background       There have been eight Public Attitude Energy Surveys        since 2004
+                  Research Design     1000   interviews Feb/ March, 2012       Some questions as per the previous      ...
+ SAMPLE PROFILE       Other North Island Urban 20%                            Auckland 33%       Gisbourne 7       Hamilt...
+    Sample Profile    The sample is exactly proportionate to the New Zealand population by region,    gender and age.    ...
+Coal & NaturalResources
+                        General Attitudes                           Concern for NZs Standard of Living              60   ...
+                         Development of Natural Resources for Prosperity                  50                  45         ...
+                                                       Coal in New Zealand             120             100            6  ...
+                       "We should be making greater use of our Coal                                       resources"     ...
+                              "Coal mining in NZ is undertaken in an                                environmentally respo...
+                        "NZ has large resources of coal that could be used to                        produce energy and m...
+                          Knowledge of Coal                                   Awareness of Coal Mining Locations         ...
+                             Awareness of NZ Coal Exports                  70                       62                  6...
+                    Attitudes to Natural Resources                                    NZ Highest Per Capita Natural Resou...
+                                    Development of NZs Coal & Natural Resources                                          ...
+LIGNITE
+    Awareness of Uses                                      Awareness of Lignite Uses                  70                 ...
+                                         Development of Southlands Lignite        Environment is protected               ...
+QUESTIONS?CALLING A SPADE A SPADENew Zealand Public’s Attitudes to Natural Resources 2012Straterra Mining Club October 2012
Pauline colmar 1000 n zers attitudes to natural resources   presentation mining event 111012
Pauline colmar 1000 n zers attitudes to natural resources   presentation mining event 111012
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  1. 1. +CALLING A SPADE A SPADENew Zealand Public’s Attitudes to Natural Resources 2012Straterra Mining Club October 2012
  2. 2. + Background  There have been eight Public Attitude Energy Surveys since 2004
  3. 3. + Research Design  1000 interviews Feb/ March, 2012  Some questions as per the previous measures to monitor changes over time  CATI (computer assisted telephone interviewing) with a random sample of the NZ population 18+ years; up to 6 calls to reach a person
  4. 4. + SAMPLE PROFILE Other North Island Urban 20% Auckland 33% Gisbourne 7 Hamilton 46 HBC 10 Hawkes Bay 27 Other North Island Towns 14% New Plymouth 13 Palmerston North 21 Gisbourne NMU 2 Rotorua 11 Hamilton NMU 36 Tauranga 31 Hawkes Bay NMU 8 Te Awamutu 4 New Plymouth NMU 11 Wanganui 10 Palmerston North NMU 19 Whangarei 15 Rototura NMU 10 Tauranga NMU 16 Wanganui NMU 6 Whangarei NMU 20 Wellington 10% Kapiti 9 Other South Island Urban 6% Christchurch 14% Dunedin 29 Invercargill 11 Nelson 16 Other South Island Towns 5% Dunedin NMU 20 NMU = Non Main Urban Invercargill NMU 11 Nelson NMU 18
  5. 5. + Sample Profile The sample is exactly proportionate to the New Zealand population by region, gender and age. Region:  56% live in the three main cities of Auckland (33%), Christchurch (14%) and Wellington (10%).  25% live in other main urban areas, 19% North Island and 6% South Island.  19% live in towns and rural areas, 14% North Island and 5% South Island.  In total, 76% live in the North Island and 24% live in the South Island. Gender  51% are female and 49% are male.
  6. 6. +Coal & NaturalResources
  7. 7. + General Attitudes Concern for NZs Standard of Living 60 53 50 40 Percentage 30 24 19 20 10 3 1 0 Very Quite Quite Very Dont Know Concerned Concerned Unconcerned Unconcerned Level of ConcernQ1:How concerned or unconcerned are you about New Zealand’s standard of living over the next 5-10 years?
  8. 8. + Development of Natural Resources for Prosperity 50 45 43 40 38 35 30 Percentage 25 20 15 11 10 6 5 2 0 Very Important Quite Quite Very Dont know Important Unimportant Unimportant Level of Importance Q2:How important or unimportant do you think the development of New Zealand’s natural resources is in improving New Zealand’s economic prosperity and standards of living? Natural resources include oil, gas, coal,gold and iron sands.
  9. 9. + Coal in New Zealand 120 100 6 2 5 6 10 20 12 6 18 80 2 7 15 7 8Percentage 60 Dont know 28 25 Have no opinion 54 45 Disagree Strongly 40 Disagree Agree 35 35 20 Agree Strongly 22 18 7 8 0 Coal mining in NZ is NZ has large resources We should be making Using NZ coal can undertaken in of coal that could be greater use of our coal improve everyones environmentally used to produce resources standard of living here responsible way energy and make steel and other products Coal StatementsQ6:I now have a number of statements that I am going to read to you and I would like you to tell me whether youagree or disagree with each statement.
  10. 10. + "We should be making greater use of our Coal resources" 120 100 3 2 5 4 12 10 9 13 6 7 80 13 9 12 15 11 Dont know Percentage 15 Have no opinion 60 Disagree strongly 28 Disagree 30 26 45 Agree 40 Agree strongly 39 32 33 20 22 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 YearQ6-3:We should be making greater use of our coal resources.
  11. 11. + "Coal mining in NZ is undertaken in an environmentally responsible way" 120 100 10 6 11 21 20 80 23 26 8 Dont know Percentage 22 9 Have no opinion 60 5 Disagree strongly 4 10 13 25 Disagree 9 Agree 40 Agree strongly 30 30 26 35 20 17 18 16 7 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 YearQ6-1:Coal mining in New Zealand is undertaken in an environmentally responsible way.
  12. 12. + "NZ has large resources of coal that could be used to produce energy and make steel and other products" 120 100 11 11 6 21 12 80 18 2 24 7 16 Dont know 5 Percentage 5 Have no opinion 60 7 9 9 Disagree strongly 9 Disagree 27 54 Agree 40 26 Agree strongly 23 30 20 24 25 18 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year Q6-2:New Zealand has large resources of coal that could be used to produce energy and make steel and other products.
  13. 13. + Knowledge of Coal Awareness of Coal Mining Locations 60 50 50 40 Percentage 31 30 28 20 16 12 11 10 3 2 3 3 1 1 1 0 Coal Mining LocationQ5a:Where is coal mined in New Zealand?
  14. 14. + Awareness of NZ Coal Exports 70 62 60 50 40 Percentage 29 30 20 9 10 0 Yes No Dont Know Awareness Q5c:Does New Zealand export Coal overseas?
  15. 15. + Attitudes to Natural Resources NZ Highest Per Capita Natural Resources 30 26 25 25 22 20 17 Percentage 15 10 6 5 5 0 Agree Strongly Agree Have no opinion Disagree Disagree Strongly Dont Know Level of AgreementQ6-4:New Zealand has the highest per capita natural resources in the world.
  16. 16. + Development of NZs Coal & Natural Resources Overall 18 41 16 6 16 4 Environment is protected 36 43 10 4 6 1 Environment returned to as it was 36 38 13 5 7 2 No increase in greenhouse emissions 27 44 11 4 12 3 Local people are employed 41 43 8 2 61 Agree Strongly Conditions Agree Done by NZ companies 35 43 9 2 10 1 Disagree Lower diesel prices 28 42 13 4 12 1 Disagree Strongly Have no opinion Communities Benefit 21 43 18 3 13 1 Dont Know Boosts NZ economy 39 44 10 3 5 Standard of living Improves 37 45 10 2 5 1 Money Stays in NZ 45 37 9 2 7 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 PercentageQ7:How much do you agree or disagree with the development of New Zealand’s coal and other natural resourcessuch as oil, gas, gold and iron sands (if following statements apply)?
  17. 17. +LIGNITE
  18. 18. + Awareness of Uses Awareness of Lignite Uses 70 62 62 60 60 50 50 40 Percentage 34 Yes 29 No 30 Dont Know 22 23 20 16 16 15 11 10 0 Home Heating Industry Making Fertiliser Making Diesel Lignite Uses Q11: Now some questions about lignite. Did you know lignite could be used for…
  19. 19. + Development of Southlands Lignite Environment is protected 29 43 7 4 15 3 Environment returned 32 40 7 4 13 4 No increase in greenhouse 27 41 7 4 18 4 Local people employed 32 46 6 3 11 2 Done by NZ companies 30 45 7 2 13 2 Agree Strongly Agree Lower diesel prices 26 43 10 3 15 2 Disagree Strongly Disagree Lower priced fertiliser 24 44 10 3 17 2 Have no opinion Dont know Communities benefit 20 46 12 4 17 3 If it boosts NZ economy 33 47 6 3 10 2If NZ standard of living improves 31 47 7 3 11 2 If most the money stays in NZ 34 43 6 2 12 2 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%Q14: How much do you agree or disagree with the development of Southland’s Lignite?
  20. 20. +QUESTIONS?CALLING A SPADE A SPADENew Zealand Public’s Attitudes to Natural Resources 2012Straterra Mining Club October 2012
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