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Environmental and spatial planning with ngā Atua kaitiaki: A mātauranga Māori framework
(Wiley on behalf of the New Zealand Geographical Society., 2021-08)
Internationally, Eurocentric hegemonies rooted in coloniality dominate the discourse on environmental wellbeing and sustainable development. Māori frameworks are being used and developed in Aotearoa New Zealand to support ...
Coastal tectonics and habitat squeeze: Response of a tidal lagoon to co-seismic sea-level change
(Springer Nature, 2020-09-01)
We investigated the response of a tidal lagoon system to a unique situation of relative sea-level change induced by powerful earthquakes (up to Mw 7.1) on the east coast of New Zealand in 2010–2011. Spatiotemporal impacts ...
Risk factors for the conservation of saltmarsh vegetation and blue carbon revealed by earthquake-induced sea-level rise
Vegetated coastal ecosystems (VCEs) are in global decline and sensitive to climate change; yet may also assist its mitigation through high rates of ‘blue’ carbon sequestration and storage. Alterations of relative sea-level ...
Impacts of changes to business travel practices in response to the COVID-19 lockdown in New Zealand
(Taylor & Francis, 2021-03-08)
Air travel forms a substantial component of an organisation’s carbon profile, and questions around business travel are becoming more pertinent given the accelerating climate crisis. The current coronavirus pandemic, however, ...
Wildlife values and habitat needs of birds on the Ngaruroro River, Hawkes Bay
Statement of evidence made before the Environmental Court, Auckland Registry on behalf of the Director General of Conservation