Posted on 05 July 2021
Sustainable Seas at NZMSS Conference 2021
- Bay of Plenty/Te Moana-a-Toi
- 2 Minutes to read
We're delighted to be sponsors of the New Zealand Marine Sciences Society Conference 2021, starting this week.
From 5 - 8 July 2021, more than 400 people from all over the country will gather in Tauranga Moana at University of Waikato's new campus in the Tauranga CBD to connect and learn about the latest developments in marine research in Aotearoa New Zealand.
We have sponsored Thursday's plenary talks and a special morning session.
- Tina Ngata - Plastic pollution: Centering Indigenous partnership and knowledge for healthy oceans and environments
- Te Rerekohu Tuterangiwhiu - Whakaika te moana: He huarahi ki Te Ao-tū-roa
Panel discussion facilitated by Linda Faulkner, our Manahautū/Deputy Director Māori
Special session speakers:
- Waiaria Rameka - Ehara i te numa noa - Advancing Māori Cultural Health Indicator (MCHI) theory and practice through exploration of Maramataka (Māori lunar calendar) - Ngā Tohu o te Ao: Maramataka and marine management
- Maru Samuels - Kia tika te hī ika: Exploring fisheries tikanga and mātauranga
- Paula Blackett - Why are we always arguing about risk and uncertainty? - Perceptions of risk and uncertainty
- Kura Paul-Burke - Kaitiakitanga: Traditional Māori practices to assist contemporary marine management and research - Awhi Mai Awhi Atu
- Nick Lewis - Building a blue economy in Aotearoa New Zealand
- Rob Major - First steps in building a seaweed sector framework for Aotearoa New Zealand - Building a seaweed sector
- Dana Clark - eDNA reveals estuarine benthic community responses to nutrient enrichment - Tipping Points
- Phil Ross - Thinking outside the can: Developing community-based, sustainable aquaculture - Thinking outside the can: Engineering toheroa aquaculture
Charlotte Panton from the communications team will be there to share our research on our social media channels. If you’re heading along to any Sustainable Seas sessions, connect with us by following and tagging us on social media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and use #SustainableSeas.