Rocky coast at Otarawairere Bay Sustainable Seas 2020
Credit: Sustainable Seas 2020

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Summary: Improving regulatory decision-making for the health of our seas through EBM
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Summary document (A3) of what we are doing and how we achieve it.

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Aotearoa New Zealand's key marine legislation
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Poster showing key pieces of legislation in our marine realm, and where they apply.

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Caring through EBM
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This 4-page comic presents a human and non-human view of caring for a place

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Cetacean conservation planning: dealing with uncertainty and data deficiencies
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Fabrice Stephenson presented this poster at the 5th World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Auckland, 13-16 December 2020

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Connecting through EBM
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This detailed AO poster outlines examples of EBM-like initiatives occurring in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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Earthquake impacts to Kaikōura's rocky shores
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Aerial imagery of kelp and seaweed habitats to monitor recovery, captured by drones.

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EBM for Aotearoa
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Working with stakeholders and Maori partners we have developed a definition of, and principles for, EBM in Aotearoa.

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EBM in Aotearoa
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An interactive online map showing examples of, and information about, EBM-like initiatives

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Mapping the Māori marine economy
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The Māori marine economy (MME) has emerged out of Māori responses and adaptations to Crown-created institutions and structures that are diff…

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Science Learning Hub collection
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We have a partnership with the SLH, who use our research to produce multimedia teaching resources linked to the NZ Curriculum.

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Dissecting the discourse of social licence to operate
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This poster summarises our research into how and by whom the term ‘social licence’ is being used in New Zealand, and its implications for in…

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