Te Au o Te Moana
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22 Mar

Te Au o Te Moana | Special webinar series: Sustainable Seas in a global context

Our research reflects a uniquely Aoteaora New Zealand approach to achieving healthy marine ecosystems that provide value for all New Zealanders.  

In a global context our work is world leading and brings together researchers and research partners from a wide range of disciplines and sectors that reflect the needs and interests of government, Māori, industry and communities. 

With our partners we are working to create a holistic ecosystem-based management approach that provides for:

  • the interdependence of healthy ecosystems and a strong blue economy
  • the intertwining of science and mātauranga Māori
  • the need to develop tools and resources that marine managers of all kinds can utilise to inform, guide and support their decision making and activities

Ian Perry (Emeritus Scientist, Fisheries & Oceans Canada) Chair of our Independent Science Panel and panel member Ingrid van Putten (Scientist, CSIRO, Australia) will present their perspective of how our research fits in a global context. 

A Q&A will be held at the end of the presentation.

This webinar is the first in a special 6-part series following the cancellation of our 2022 conference Te Au o Te Moana – The Voice of the Ocean.

A recording of this webinar will be made available on our YouTube webinar playlist within 48 hours of the event.

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