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New Zealand’s leading economic research institute and climate think tank, Motu, uses the Japanese poetry form of “Haiku” to summarise its research in a pithy, plain English manner.
Haiku is a traditional form of poetry consisting of three lines. The first and last lines of a Haiku have five syllables and the middle line has seven syllables.
We’ve taken a leaf out of Motu’s book and created some Haiku poetry to sum up different aspects of the NZAGRC’s scientific research.
Read a selection below and click on them to find out more about the science behind them!
If you have a haiku to share, please email us