Pathways to Transition

Nau Mai, Haere Mai — Welcome to The Online Hub of Revitalise Te Taiao

The Revitalise te Taiao programme has launched its new website.

Taiao Manawa Ora, Toitū te Whenua, Toiora te Wai
Taiao Oneone, Taiao Whenua, Taiao Roto
Tūhono Mauri Ora, Kokiri ki Uta, Kokiri ki Tai,
Tauhere mai, Ī a hāhā
Ki tooku Taiao Oranga, Toitū te Tiriti o Waitangi
Tooku Reo, Tooku Mana Motuhake, Tooku Tūrangawaewae
Taiao Manawa Ora, Hei hā hī

The Revitalise te Taiao programme is proud to announce the launch of our new website: 

This website brings together over two years of work within Revitalise te Taiao, a mātauranga-led, science-informed, taiao-inspired research programme dedicated to supporting community-led land management, land use, value and market opportunities.

This site is a trove of resources, insights, and tools for catchment groups, farmer groups, hapū, or agribusinesses who want to improve social and environmental outcomes from land use, management, and new markets. The website reflects a uniquely Aotearoa-New Zealand approach to promoting sustainability through a culturally inclusive lens.

Explore what the three pilots, Ngā Kaiurungi Taiao, have learned and achieved in their hapū, communities and on farm in just two years. Each pilot shares how they have implemented the Taiao Manawa Ora model to foster collaboration and ensure efforts to revitalise their communities and environment are grounded in principles that respect both the indigenous Māori perspective and the contributions of all New Zealanders. 

Nau mai, haere mai — welcome to our online hub!


Renee Kahukura Iosefa

Renee Kahukura Iosefa (Kia Ora Media Marketing & PR) is the communications and engagement lead for the Reviatlise Te Taiao research programme

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