Posted on 30 June 2021
Media coverage in April - June 2021
- In the media
- 2 Minutes to read
Mātauranga Māori and western science to restore mussel in Ōhiwa Harbour
Rural Delivery/TVNZ – Season 16 Ep 9 Kura Paul-Burke was interviewed about bringing together mātauranga Māori and western science for the Awhi Mai Awhi Atu mussel restoration research in Ōhiwa Harbour (starts at 14m35s).
The Conversation – Article by Lara Taylor and Meg Parsons about their Enabling kaitiakitanga and EBM project.
SeafoodNZ magazine/April 21 – Cover feature about the Challenge (p20–28), with two short associated articles focused on specific projects: Helping to build New Zealand’s seaweed sector (p23–25) and Measuring the impacts of bottom trawling (p27–28)
SeafoodNZ magazine/June 2021 – Article (p38–39) about the project led by Maru Samuels and Irene Kereama-Royal.
RNZ/Jesse Mulligan – Veronica Rotman, youth rep on the Stakeholder Panel, gave an excellent interview where she discussed EBM and marine values, and the need to consider all activities occurring in the Gulf (eg recreational fishing as well as commercial), and the differences between MPAs and 'highly protected' areas that allow for customary take.
The Fish Site – Article about work happening in the pātiki tōtara/yellowbelly flounder aquaculture project.
UV2 – Article (p72–74) about the Stressor footprints project finding that rivers flow much further out to sea than previously thought.
Education HQ – Article about the opening of The Unseen sciart exhibition at Tauranga Art Gallery.
SunLive – One of 3 articles on the site about the opening of The Unseen sciart exhibition at Tauranga Art Gallery, the associated public talk, and workshops for local schoolchildren.
SunLive – About the local Sustainable Seas research projects featured on the UN ocean science platform.