Welcome to our new project leaders
We are pleased to announce the following Phase II research project leaders. Their first hui was held in Wellington on 23-24 July, where the team connected, and explored ways they might integrate and co-develop their projects.
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With the first phase of Sustainable Seas research coming to a close it is time to say farewell and thank you to Carolyn Lundquist (NIWA/University of Auckland), James Whetu (Whetu Consulting Group) and Janet Stephenson (University of Otago) who are stepping back from their programme leader roles.
We are delighted to welcome Beth Tupara-Katene as the leader for Tangaroa.
35 people joined researchers Nick Lewis and Jason Mika bright and early at the NZ Maritime Museum for our inaugural breakfast talk to explore what a ‘blue' economy is, and how Aotearoa can best develop one while protecting the taonga of our marine environment.
We are pleased to release the Phase II Core Research Project Portfolio for 2019-2024.
We want to hear from people who work with, or for, marine-based Māori enterprises, particularly those involved in commercial, customary or recreational fishing.
Biophysical scientists could “better connect their fields of endeavour” to maximise scientific advances say researchers Assoc Professor Craig Stevens and Dr David Plew from the Stressor footprints and dynamics project.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Linda Faulkner as Deputy Director Māori for the Sustainable Seas National Science Challenge.