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Water New Zealand’s Climate Change Group and Engineering New Zealand’s The Sustainability Society welcomes all members of both organisations, and non-members to attend this joint collaborative online webinar and panel discussion on Māori worldviews, climate & carbon pathways.
Join us to hear from three Māori climate leaders, Donna Awatere-Huata , Johnnie Freeland and Matthew Tukaki , as they share perspectives on how holistic Māori worldviews & aspirations for kaitiakitanga (environmental guardianship) can inform climate action and carbon zero pathways in Aotearoa. Troy Brockbank and Emily Afoa will host this kōrero to explore creating low emission pathways where mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge) provides guidance & inspiration on how this may be achieved.
Water New Zealand is on a journey to address the challenges of climate change within the 3 water sectors. The Water New Zealand Climate Change Group has taken up the task to suggest a pathway to transform how our infrastructure is designed, managed & operated to appropriately adapt, mitigate and decarbonize our sector services. This webinar has been created to start the conversation about how this can be done in a way that is aligned with the aspirations of Tangata Whenua, Te Mana o Te Wai and Te Tiriti o Waitangi partnership agreements at local and national governance levels. This webinar has been made possible by collaboration with The Sustainability Society.
To register your questions in advance https://app.sli.do/event/a5yjscrh, event number #12980.
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