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  • Section 33 transfers — Implications for co-management and kaitiakitanga: Progress at last? 

    Rennie, Hamish; Thomson, J.; Grayston, A. (Thomson Reuters, 2021)
    This chapter is intended to assist practitioners in understanding the context within which s 33 of the Resource Management Act 1991 was enacted and subsequently amended. It identifies some difficulties and possibilities ...
  • The hau of kai hau kai: The practice of intergenerational reciprocal exchange 

    Payne, Dione (Lincoln University | Te Whare Wānaka o Aoraki, 2020-10-16)
    Kai hau kai is a practice of reciprocal obligation which can be misunderstood and seen as a primitive or archaic form of familial exchange. In reality kai hau kai is more fluid and organic and is a continuing embedded form ...
  • Environmental and spatial planning with ngā Atua kaitiaki: A mātauranga Māori framework 

    Walker, D. P.; Ataria, James M.; Hughey, Kenneth F. D.; Park, P. T.; Katene, J. P. (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 ...
  • The management and control of New Zealand's freshwater fisheries : A dissertation presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the Post-graduate Diploma in Parks, Recreation and Tourism at Lincoln University 

    Butler, Richard Stanley (Lincoln University, 1992)
    This project briefly traces fisheries management in New Zealand through to the present system of management. This project begins with a brief description of the fish species present in New Zealand. The system of fisheries ...
  • Regenerative agriculture in Aotearoa New Zealand – research pathways to build science-based evidence and national narratives 

    Grelet, G.; Lang, S.; Merfield, Charles; Calhoun, N.; Robson-Williams, M.; Horrocks, A.; Dewes, A.; Clifford, A.; Stevenson, B.; Saunders, Caroline M.; Lister, C.; Perley, C.; Maslen, D.; Norton, D.; Selbie, Diana; Chan, D.; Burns, E.; Le Heron, E.; Crampton, E.; Curran-Cournane, F.; Doolan-Noble, F.; Griffin, F.; Good, H.; Pinxterhuis, I.; Todd, J.; Su, J.; Vernon, J.; Cavanagh, J.; Laubach, J.; King, John S.; Jones, J.; Orwin, Kate H.; MacMillan, K.; Minor, M.; Anderson, M.; Buckley, M.; Harcombe, M.; McGlone, M.; Davidson, Melanie M.; Barry, M.; Taitoko, M.; Kirschbaum, M.; Donovan, M.; Conland, N.; Stanley-Clarke, N.; Masters, N.; Schon, N.; Mason, N.; Gregorini, Pablo; Mudge, P.; Tapsell, P.; Bruce-Iri, P.; Tait, Peter R.; Roudier, P.; Mellor, R.; Teague, R.; Gregory, R.; Price, R.; Holdaway, R.; Dynes, R.; Lavorel, S.; O'Connell, S.; Letica, S.; Belliss, S.; McNeill, S.; Apfelbaum, S.; Driver, Tim; Fraser, T.; Baisden, T.; Kerner, W. (Our Land and Water, 2021-02)
    Regenerative agriculture (RA) is proposed as a solution to reverse climate change, biodiversity loss, declining water quality and health of freshwater ecosystems, wellbeing crisis in rural and farming communities and food ...

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