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A new wild: Reimagining the potential of indigenous biodiversity in Aotearoa, New Zealand
This article presents ways to rethink current approaches to protected areas in New Zealand, which have been dominated by problematic colonial ideas that uniformly construct such places as separate from people and as ...
Interweaving protected areas and productive landscapes in Aotearoa New Zealand: Using design to explore multifunctionality in the Mackenzie Basin
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-05-04)
The distinctive form of New Zealand’s protected areas developed out of rapid environmental changes during nineteenth-century colonization practices, and is based on valuing endemic nature as something separate from human ...
The sustaining beauty of productive landscapes
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018-12-14)
Elizabeth Meyer influentially argues that aesthetic dimensions, in particular beauty, are a vital component of landscape architecture’s capacity to create sustainable environments. In her presentation of a successful ...
Fraktales pflanzen in Aotearoa, Neuseeland : Plantations fractales a Aotearoa, Nouvelle-Zelande
(Bund Schweizer Landschaftsarchitekten und Landschaftsarchitektinnen, 2016)
Das Pflanzen von Baumen ist eng verwoben mit einer enerationsilbergreifenden Perspektive von Landschaft und einer fur den Raum sensiblen Herangehensweise. Diese beiden Faktoren - eine langfristige Vision und eine lokale ...
Punakaiki Coastal Restoration Project: A case study for a consultative and multidisciplinary approach in selecting indicators of restoration success for a sand mining closure site, West Coast, New Zealand
The Punakaiki Coastal Restoration Project (PCRP) is a case study in partnership and collaboration, which outlines how a consultative approach to mine closure can deliver shared benefits and create new endeavors that advance ...