EBM in action
Working with stakeholders and Māori partners to undertake real-world trials of the EBM knowledge and tools our research is generating.
Led by Chris Cornelisen (Cawthron Institute)
This research draws together knowledge and tools (ie models, frameworks, guidelines and indicators) from across Sustainable Seas for use in implementing EBM and in developing the blue economy. Co-development and co-implementation with stakeholders and Māori partners are critical to ensure the outputs are well targeted and usable in the real world.
Research activities include:
- Integrating knowledge from across Sustainable Seas to produce high impact outputs for use in implementing EBM
- Developing novel outputs that effectively communicate the use and limitations of tools in a manner that maximises future uptake
- Facilitating regional studies, co-developed and co-implemented with stakeholders and Māori partners, to trial EBM tools and approaches to marine management and the development of blue economy initiatives
Some projects are in the process of being co-developed.