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

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Pathways to develop a blue economy
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Summary report produced by NZIER (June 2024)

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Kōtuia
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Exploring applied kaupapa Māori research (June 2024)

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Ngāti Rēhia mai ki Tākou Bay
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Moana plan scoping report (June 2024)

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Living filters pilot project
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Eeport on a pilot project to investigate the ability of Greenshell™ mussels to survive in Port Nelson (June 2024)

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He Taura Here
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Te Ao Māori Synthesis Framework

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Assessing potential recovery solutions to shift from kina barrens to kelp forests
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Bulmer R, Pilditch C, Stephenson F, Shears N & Flowers G (June 2024)

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Resources for marine and coastal ecotourism operators
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Resources for developing marine coastal ecotourism and transitioning towards a blue economy (June 2024)

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Kohunga Kūtai
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Creating a sustainable supply of seed mussels using mātauranga Māori (June 2024)

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Nature risks and opportunities in Hawke’s Bay
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A place-based approach to understanding nature risks and business readiness for nature disclosure (June 2024)

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Considerations for rehabilitation of shellfish and shellfish habitat in Marlborough Sounds
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An Aotearoa New Zealand-centered overview of the importance of shellfish to healthy marine ecosystems, the pressures that threaten them, and…

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A novel approach to aquaculture in Aotearoa New Zealand
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Growing community wellbeing with pātiki tōtara (May 2024)

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Developing marine and coastal ecotourism
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Recommendations for tourism operators and policy makers (June 2024)

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Rūruku mai taku Waka Taurua
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Exemplars and success factors of Waka Taurua research.

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Whakarite mai taku waka rangahau
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Preparing our research waka for working in partnership.

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He Waka Taurua
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What is a Waka Taurua?

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Ngā Tohu
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Reclaiming and preserving traditional knowledge of maramataka to inform transformative practice in marine monitoring and management.

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Wao Tāngata
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Reclaiming maramataka practice: Enabling cultural environmental indicator development through the restoration of ancestral practice.

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Wao Atua
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Maramataka informed cultural environmental indicator development.

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