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Agrivoltaics and Te Ao Māori

Mavis Mullins (Rangitāne, Atihaunua a Pāpārangi), chair of Nga Whenua Rahui, discussons how lessons from the past can inform decisions about the use of agrivoltaics…
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The Role of Relationships, Respect, and Self-determination in Creating Equitable Research Partnerships: The Case of Revitalise Te Taiao

Forming equitable research partnerships is a well-known challenge, particularly when some partners are indigenous and others have a colonizing heritage of exercising power over others.…
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Ngā Tai-o-Rongo

Revitalising ancestral knowledge systems to provide a pathway for Māori landowners to work with the environment, rather than on the environment.
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Safeguarding Indigenous biocultural resources in a global context: a case study of taramea

Indigenous people are considering how to safeguard their natural resources, culture and knowledge against illegal, inappropriate or unauthorised use. Such protection is needed to maintain…
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Tauututu: White Paper

This white paper explores the principle and practice of Tauutuutu. Tauutuutu is an indigenous concept that places an ethical obligation on communities and enterprises to…
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Pā to Plate Grower's Guide

This beautifully illustrated booklet provides a brief grower's guide from pā to plate. Beginning as a research project in 2016, Pā to Plate has evolved…
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Rere ki Uta, Rere ki Tai: Research Insights

Respect for oneone (soil) as a basis of learning about land management effects on te taiao including people, air, water, and relationships with the natural…
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Te Kāhui Rau: Research Insights

Taranaki-based Te Kāhui Rau is a mana whenua-led initiative that places Te Tiriti o Waitangi at the core of their design process. Te Kāhui Rau…
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Knowledge into Action for Te Taiao: Research Insights

Wānaka-based Knowledge into Action for Te Taiao research director Dr Amanda Bell acknowledged how much she has learned working alongside Revitalise te Taiao participants, especially…
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