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Tribute to Jo Esplin

Sapere directors and staff are deeply saddened by the recent death of our colleague and friend, Jo Esplin. Jo joined Sapere in 2012, and in her role as Principal Consultant she worked in the areas of health care, disability support services and the health of older people. While Jo was known for her work with

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Sapere analysis demonstrates benefits of wilding pine programme

18 May 2020 – Wilding conifers are a serious pest in New Zealand. They reduce the productivity of primary industries and damage the environmental values that New Zealand is renowned for. They have the potential to cost the New Zealand economy billions of dollars if their spread is not dealt with. In 2018, Sapere was

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We are here. We can help.

The Sapere team is ready to help with analysis and decision-making support during this challenging period. We are available by email, phone and video conference. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if there is anything we can assist with. Above all, we hope that you and your families are safe and well.

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Sapere expert presents at ocean finance conference

15 Nov 2019: Sally Wyatt, a Principal at Sapere, presented yesterday at the Pacific Ocean Finance Conference in Fiji. Ocean finance is generating, investing, aligning and accounting for private investments in ocean health. The conference brought together global conservation investment experts with Pacific voices.  The conference participants exchanged experiences, new ideas, and research in all aspects

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What new whistleblowing laws mean for HR

June 2019 – Amended whistleblower laws come into effect in Australia on 1 July. In this article for the Australian HR Institute, Gary Gill, Head of Investigations at Sapere Forensic, looks at what they mean for HR professionals.   Reproduced with permission.

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Sapere contracted to evaluate environmental taxes in the Pacific

15 February 2019 – Sapere researchers have recently embarked on a project to evaluate taxes and subsidies that affect the health of the Pacific Ocean. This project, for the Forum Fisheries Agency (a division of the World Bank) will assess if and how government taxes and subsidies create economic incentives that are aligned with, or

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