The Stakeholder panel provides stakeholder perspectives on research needs, knowledge and technology transfer requirements, as well as provide guidance on opportunities for collaboration and the alignment of Sustainable Seas activities with the priorities of the different sectors, systems and groups that make up the wider stakeholder.
Naomi Parker (Chair)
Ministry for Primary Industries
Marlborough Marine Futures
Te Ohu Kaimoana
Environmental Protection Authority
Fisheries Inshore NZ
World Wildlife Fund
Department of Conservation
Forest & Bird
Ministry for the Environment
Tasman District Council
Greater Wellington Regional Council
Manukau Harbour Restoration Society
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Improving marine management is critical to New Zealand's future health and wealth, but research in isolation is not enough. Excellent engagement with, and participation from, all users and sectors of society is essential.
We therefore invite comment on our draft strategy for Phase II (2019–2024). This strategy has been co-developed with Māori and stakeholders.
During Seaweek, more than 4,600 school pupils joined 6 Sustainable Seas researchers for 3 days of marine science fieldwork in Tasman Bay, as part of the LEARNZ virtual field trip Sustainable seas – essential for New Zealand’s health and wealth.
Tune in to tonight’s episode of Our Changing World (after the 9pm news) for an excellent in-depth piece that gets into the detail of what the Tipping Points project is investigating, and why.