The Stakeholder Panel provides stakeholder perspectives on research needs, knowledge and technology transfer requirements.
The panel also provides guidance on opportunities for collaboration and alignment of Sustainable Seas activities with the priorities of the different sectors, systems and groups that make up the wider stakeholder community.
Naomi Parker (Chair)
Ministry for Primary Industries
Tasman District Council
Department of Conservation
Fisheries New Zealand
Deepwater Group Ltd
Fisheries Inshore NZ
Marlborough Marine Futures
World Wildlife Fund
Environmental Protection Authority
Manukau Harbour Restoration Society
Marlborough District Council
Ministry for the Environment
Chatham Rock Phosphate
Te Ohu Kaimoana
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Te tai ra e pari ana ki hea
E pari ana ki te kauheke tangata
Ka rongo te ao
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E te rangatira
Kua riro atu koe ki te kapunipunitanga o te tangata. Ko te reo o te taiao tera e rangona atu i te mūnga o tōu na reo.
Ka waiho ma maumahara koe e mahara ki ou mahi rangatira i te wa o te ora. No reira, Haere atu ra, haere atu ra, okioki mai.
We invite NZ-based researchers, industry, stakeholders and Māori to submit expressions of Interest (EoIs) for research projects that will contribute directly to building a ‘blue economy’ in Aotearoa.
Last week (3–5 March), schoolchildren from across New Zealand travelled with LEARNZ and the Sustainable Seas Challenge to discover what's threatening mussels/kuku or kūtai, a taonga species, in Ōhiwa Harbour, and how science and mātauranga Māori are being combined by local kaitiaki to understand – and address – the problem.