The Government is establishing a new group to broaden the conversation with Māori on freshwater.
Environment Minister David Parker today briefed the Iwi Chairs Forum meeting on plans to establish the group, to be known as Kahui Wai Māori – the Māori Freshwater Forum.
“Freshwater is a taonga of huge significance for Maori and all New Zealanders.
“This Government is committed to protecting and restoring our freshwater for future generations. We want to see a material improvement in water quality within five years.
“As we take the next steps towards this goal, we want to widen our engagement with Māori.” Read more