Tame Te Rangi (Ngāti Whātua, Ngāpuhi) is a representative of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua, one of two signed iwi partners of Coastal People : Southern Skies. Tame Te Rangi is Treaty Claims Negotiator and Tikanga Advisor of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua.
This project will provide the opportunities for learning, training and reconnecting communities with productive coastal ecosystems and support the rangatiratanga of Rakiura Māori.
Rangatahi Tumeke is a charitable trust that run wānaka to help connect rangatahi to the natural environment to develop confidence and life skills.
This project aims to understand the past, present and future mātauranga practices and fisheries management at Whareponga, on the East Coast of Te Ika a Māui.
The kaupapa of the Ruruku project is to bring the wider community together to wānanga around the planning and construction of a traditional sailing waka.
Project Leader(s) Associate Professor Wayne Stephenson (UoO), Dr Emma Ryan (UoA) Project Team Associate Professor Mark Dickson (UoA), Dr Murray Ford (UoA) Sea-level rise represents one of the most significant environmental challenges facing Aotearoa and the Pacific. In 2015, the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment noted that sea-level rise “will lead to flooding on low […]
Kairuruku Tuarua Assistant Research Fellow