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Māori Worldviews, Climate and Carbon Pathways

EVENT: Māori Worldviews, Climate and Carbon Pathways

October 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Hear from the three Māori climate leaders, Donna Awatere-Huata, Johnnie Freeland, and Matthew Tukaki as they share perspective on how holistic Māori worldview & aspirations for kaitiakitanga (environmental guardianship) can inform climate action and carbon zero pathways in Aotearoa (New Zealand).

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, and operated to appropriately adapt, mitigate and decarbonize our sector services.

The webinar is organized by the Water New Zealand’s Climate Change Group and The Sustainability Society (Engineering NZ) and 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 or Te Wai and Te Tiriti or Waitangi partnership agreements at local and national governance levels.

For more information about this webinar and its distinguished panellists, click the link below.

Māori Worldviews, Climate and Carbon Pathways by the Sustainability Society

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