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KĀINGA LEADERS HUI, ROTORUA
June 28, 2022
Nestled under the warm cloak of Tūrama, 20 Kāinga leaders, PHD students and researchers met to discuss progress on developing Kāinga Plans. We also had -presentations from economist Peter Fraser who discussed the predicament of kāinga in climate change terms as a result of a longer period of colonisation
THE MARAE DEFENDED BY FLOOD WALLS: HOW MĀTAURANGA MĀORI CAN PREPARE US FOR THE COMING STORM
June 15, 2022
Stuff.co.nz article on how the effects of climate change are felt keenly by the people of Hinemaurea ki Mangatuna Marae, which lies about 10 kilometres north of Tolaga Bay on the East Coast
NEW ZEALAND'S FIRST EMISSIONS REDUCTION PLAN
May 16, 2022
The Government release first Emissions Reduction Plan (ERP) for NZ containing strategies, policies and actions to contribute to global efforts to limit global temperature rise to 1.5˚C above pre-industrial levels. Chapter 2 section explores impact and navigations for Māori, Te Tiriti and principles.
PAUL TAPSELL BWB BOOK LAUNCH: KĀINGA
March 29, 2022
In late 2021, Paul Tapsell released his BWB text Kāinga: People, land and belonging. Through his own experience and the stories of his elders, Tapsell highlights the ecological costs of colonisation, and the need for complete step-change that embraces kāinga.
PROJECT KĀINGA INAUGURAL HUI: TE PAKIRA MARAE, WHAKAREWAREWA
July 16-18, 2021
On a wet July weekend we held our first Project Kainga hui of research team, and community leads from across the motu in the Bay of Plenty.
HAU KĀINGA ENVIRO-HUI 2: WAITANGI
July 3-4, 2021
In July we returned to Tai Tokerau for the Hapū Enviro Hui, this time hosted in Waitangi. Our team called for further participation in the Oromahoe/Waitangi kāinga survey roll out, a report back to haukainga on preliminary findings, and a forum on water issues facing the community.
RELATED: REREATA MAKIHA ON RNZ RECAPTURING ANCIENT KNOWLEDGE.
May 20, 2021
Rereata Makiha, renowned Māori astronomer, knowledge holder on maramataka and kōrero tuku iho spoke with Julian Wilcox on RNZ. On Saturday Morning he spoke about why indigenous-knowledge is now needed in schools more than ever.
HAU KĀINGA ENVIRO-HUI: OROMAHOE
April 20, 2021
Project kāinga headed to Oromahoe, in Tai Tokerau, 'home' to two of the Project Kāinga members. This hui was lead by haukāinga and supported by our team.
OUR CLIMATE CHANGE COMMISSION SUBMISSION
March 28, 2021
Our team filed a submission to the report from the Climate Change commission. Merata (supported by team members) highlighted the notion that marae communities sit vulnerably in the midst of current climate change patterns and should be at the frontline of policies.
TE REREATUKAHIA, NGĀI TAMAWHARIUA SIGN MOA
January 20, 2020
Te Rereatukahia marae committee signed their MOA with Takarangi Researcher Paul Tapsell. The MOA outlines how they will co-research together for the benefit of Ngāi Tamawharuia ki Katikati.
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December 16, 2019
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