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News and updates about our research, outreach and engagement

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Posted on 17 June 2022

User guide for EBM tools released

We’ve developed a handy user guide that brings together tools we have developed and/or used for ecosystem-based management (EBM). It includes guidelines, frameworks, and numerical and conceptual models.

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Credit: Ayushi Kachhara NIWA 2018

Posted on 17 June 2022

Ngā Taonga Tuku Iho | Wai 262 Best Practice Guide

A year on from the Wai 262 webinar series hosted by the Rauika Māngai, we're eagerly anticipating the launch of A Wai 262 Best Practice Guide for Science Partnerships with Kaitiaki…

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Credit: Nguyen

Posted on 09 June 2022

Minister highlights need for EBM on World Ocean Day

The contribution of our work towards creating healthy resilient oceans has been recognised by the Ocean and Fisheries Minister David Parker, in a speech at Auckland University.

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Eva siwicka by the ocean

Posted on 08 June 2022

Te Au o Te Moana - Voice of the Ocean: Eva Siwicka

Eva Siwicka is a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Auckland, working on the Modelling restorative economies project.

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Credit: National Aquarium of New Zealand

Posted on 08 June 2022

Thousands roped in to help create The Unseen

World Oceans Day is a time for celebrating and honouring our moana – making it a fitting last day for the exhibition of The Unseen at the National Aquarium of…

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Enabling ecosystem based management Credit Jo Hoyle NIWA 2018
Credit: Jo Hoyle NIWA 2018

Posted on 02 June 2022

Need for EBFM highlighted at Parliament

A need for an ecosystem-based approach to managing fishing was highlighted by Dr Chris Cornelisen at Parliament last month.

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Credit: Ivan Sanford

Posted on 16 May 2022

Haere mai to our new Māori Engagement Specialist, Darcy Karaka

We are pleased to introduce Darcy Karaka as our new Māori Engagement Specialist.

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Credit: Corey Blackburn / The University of Canterbury

Posted on 10 May 2022

Te Au o Te Moana - Voice of the Ocean: Elizabeth Macpherson

Associate Professor Elizabeth Macpherson, an environmental law scholar at the University of Canterbury, is looking at the legal frameworks that manage relationships between people and marine environments, and how they…

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Aerial headland Credit Ayushi Kachhara NIWA 2018
Credit: Ayushi Kachhara NIWA 2018

Posted on 04 May 2022

Sustainable Seas resources feature in Southern Institute of Technology course

In November, Bálint Koller, Instructional Designer at the Southern Institute of Technology, asked about our resources relevant to marine management and EBM for their ENV402 Marine and Freshwater Ecology level…

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Credit: David Tip

Posted on 15 April 2022

Our impact on the ‘state of the environment’ report

"Human activities including pollution, overfishing, and impacts from climate change are damaging the mauri of our marine environments and reducing our ability to connect with them.

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Posted on 01 April 2022

Updated Research Book highlights new projects

We’re delighted to announce the publication of the latest Research Book for the Sustainable Seas Challenge.    It includes new projects that have come on board since last April.

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Credit: Tim Marshall

Posted on 20 March 2022

Haere mai to our new Challenge Manager, Caitlyn Shannon

We are pleased to welcome Caitlyn Shannon to the Challenge Leadership Team as our new Challenge Manager.

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