Posted on 31 March 2021
Media coverage in March 2021
- In the media
- Blue economy Kaitiakitanga Land-sea interaction Risk and uncertainty Schools, education and communities Tikanga and mātauranga Māori Blue economy Degradation and recovery EBM in action Our Seas Tangaroa National Bay of Plenty/Te Moana-a-Toi Hawke's Bay/Te Matau-a-Māui Wellington/Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara
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RNZ Midday Report – Julie Hall was interviewed about the LEARNZ trip, and potential of seaweed as a new blue economy sector (3min).
ABC Radio National – Host of The Art Show Namila Benson interviewed Gabby O'Connor about her sci-art research The Unseen and how it is tackling how to communicate the risk of climate change through public art, with the help of scientists (53 mins).
NUKU (podcast) – Founder and creator of NUKU Quiane Matata-Sipu interviewed Kura Paul-Burke about the benefits of combining mātauranga Māori with Western science and Kura's research into restoring the mussel beds in Ōhiwa Harbour (Episode 60, 1 hour).
Stuff – Feature article about Gabby O'Connor's sci-art exhibition The Unseen at The Engine Room, Wellington.
BayBuzz – Part of a feature series on marine ecology in Hawke's Bay, this article highlights our Hawke's Bay regional study and features Conrad Pilditch, theme leader of Degradation and recovery, on the impacts of sedimentation on marine ecosystems (March/April edition).