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

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Advancing ecosystem-based management in Aotearoa New Zealand through current governance arrangements
  • Report

Discussion paper
Greenaway, A et al (2018)

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Aotearoa Cumulative Effects (ACE) framework
  • Guidance
  • Report

A tool to guide collaborative management of cumulative effects across a range of scales

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Conceptual system maps of ‘blue economy’ activities
  • Map
  • Report

This report describes 3 system maps for marine economy activities in New Zealand – wild fisheries, farmed fisheries and ecotourism.

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Dissecting the discourse of social licence to operate
  • Graphic
  • Report

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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Exploring valuation frameworks and principles for sustainable seas
  • Report

This report describes principles for valuation practices and decision-making processes that would acknowledge diverse values and values-hold...

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He Pou Tokomanawa: kaitiakitanga in practice
  • Report

This iwi-led project gathered data and research to guide the formulation of a culturally relevant pathway for iwi to engage in the evaluatio...

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How current legislative frameworks enable customary management and ecosystem-based management in Aotearoa New Zealand: the contemporary practice of rāhui
  • Report

Discussion paper
Taylor L, Te Whenua T and Hatami B (May 2018)

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Hui-te-ana-nui: Understanding kaitiakitanga in our marine environment
  • Report

This full report examines mātauranga associated with the marine environment, and explores themes and why they are important to consider in d...

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Research round-up: Hui-te-ana-nui: Understanding kaitiakitanga in our marine environment
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Overview of the Hui-te-ana-nui project and its full report

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