Māori forest owners and the government are still at loggerheads over climate change plans.
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Māori want to lead first national adaptation plan on climate change
New Zealand's first national adaptation plan for tackling climate change paints a grim picture for Māori coastal communities, and iwi who are most at risk want to be part of the decision-making to
Tuiono rules himself out of Greens leadership contest
Photo / File Teanau Tuiono (Te Uriroroi, Ngāpuhi, Ngāi Takoto) will not throw his pōtae in the ring to lead the Green Party with fellow Māori MP and current co-leader Marama Davidson.
Shaw confirms run for Greens co-leadership, despite weekend ousting
Ousted Green party co-leader James Shaw says he will stand in the race for the party’s co-leadership, after being dropped by its members over the weekend.
Green leaders: More Te Tiriti-centric approaches needed
A New Zealand with a thriving environment and a healthy people is the dream for the Greens co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw, who say that the only way to achieve that is through te Tiriti
Green Party: Cooperative agreement with Labour working 'exactly' how we hoped
Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson talks about the progress of the cooperative agreement, the climate change conference, and the launch of the new family and sexual violence strategy.
Treaty partnership that never 'existed' could solve climate change
Coronavirus worries have delayed NZ's plan to be a carbon-neutral country by 2050.
Greens to push for Living Wage for artists
Greens plan to ensure creatives are properly supported to succeed.
Zero Carbon Bill- Māori concerns addressed
The Zero Carbon Bill passed its second reading in Parliament this week and has received near-universal support. However, the Māori Party have concerns that the bill has no clause that ensures tangata whenua participation in protecting their local environment.
2018 Census review looks gloomy for Māori stats
Government Statistician and Chief Executive of Stats NZ, Liz MacPherson has resigned following the release of the Report of the Independent Review of New Zealand's 2018 Census. The review says the census' Māori strategy failed to deliver accurate information or improve response rates, with many communities unable to fully participate.