New Zealand has a world-class biosecurity system, due to a dedicated and well-connected community of scientists, industry and government regulatory bodies, community groups and individuals. This community is crucial to ensuring our biosecurity system is ready to meet the predictable and unpredictable challenges of the future.
This year’s B3 conference brings the community together for a day to stimulate ideas that can lead to collective action.
The day begins at 8.30 with a mihi whakatau. Here’s the programme for the day.