Lars Holmegaard (left) and Rōpata Taylor (right). Photo courtesy of Wakatū Incorporation. Photographer / Melissa Banks
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For indigenous people, the jury is not out on climate change
The year was 2010.
Horticulture, sustainability focus at 2023 Ahuwhenua Awards
Three top Māori horticulturalists in the North Island are finalists in this year's Ahuwhenua Trophy competition.
Aotearoa in hot water: Gloomy meteorologist says only global action will cool it down
Can Māori do anything to protect against climate change? No, says a gloomy meteorologist, who says the climate change problem is not an indigenous problem; it's a global problem.
NZ Bio Forestry CEO sees indigenous blue-carbon regime putting Māori in sweet spot
The Māori delegation’s trip to the United Nations Climate Change Conference came to an end after iwi leaders presented the world’s first indigenous-led blue carbon regime, Hinemoana Halo, in Egypt.
World's first indigenous-led blue carbon regime- Hinemoana Halo
Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt: A world first indigenous-led blue carbon regime has been set up in collaboration with the indigenous peoples of Aotearoa, the Pacific and Conservation Intern
Ngāti Wai backs Hinemoana Halo initiative
Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt: Ngāti Wai chairman Aperahama Edwards is part of the Māori delegation here to present an indigenous-led solution to the United Nations Climate Change Confere
The UN Climate Summit: Brought to you by Cola Cola
Delegates and heads of states from across the world are gathering at Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt to discuss climate action and the future of this world.
Fears Te Tai Tokerau communities could be wiped out by climate change
Associate Local Government Minister Kieran McAnulty will soon visit Northland to check out vulnerable communities that could potentially be forced into managed retreat in the face of climate-change induced flooding risk.