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Water management and the Treaty of Waitangi : a case study of the Opihi River
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1990)
This study considers how Maori cultural and spiritual values might be incorporated into water management procedures, and the implications of the Treaty of Waitangi for this process. The approach taken is to examine the ...
Māori and freshwater: a comparative study of freshwater co-management agreements in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2015)
Water governance is a significant local, regional, and national challenge that echoes parallel concerns held around the world. New Zealand has a unique approach to reconciliation between colonised Indigenous Peoples and ...
Estimating indigenous cultural values of freshwater: A choice experiment approach to Māori values in New Zealand
(Elsevier B.V., 2015-10)
Indigenous cultural values of freshwater resources are important in many communities, however, they are not always included in non-market valuations. While measuring cultural values can be challenging, the omission could ...
Whakamanahia Te mātauranga o te Māori: Empowering Māori knowledge to support Aotearoa’s aquatic biological heritage
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 2018)
As Aotearoa New Zealand grapples with developing solutions to complex issues surrounding its unique freshwater and marine biological heritage, there is a growing recognition that mātauranga Māori can be ‘unlocked’ and used ...