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MARINE PROTECTION IN A CHANGING CLIMATE

CHANGING TIDES | TAI TŌRUA: DAY 1 WORKSHOPS

Welcome and Overview of the Day
Dr. Aroha Spinks, WWF-New Zealand
Dr. Kayla Kingdon-Bebb, Department of Conservation | Te Papa Atawhai
Karen Bell (facilitator), Department of Conservation | Te Papa Atawhai
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Setting the Scene: Te Ao Māori Perspective
Dr. Aroha Spinks, WWF-New Zealand

Setting the Scene: Global Policy Perspective
Lucy Jacob, WWF-New Zealand

Setting the Scene: Current and Future Marine Protection Policy Context in Aotearoa
Dr. Debbie Freeman, The Department of Conservation | Te Papa Atawhai

Climate Change Impacts on our Marine Environment
Dr. Vonda Cummings, NIWA

Climate Change Impacts on our Marine Environment
Dr. Libby Liggins, Massey University

Best Practice for Future-Proofing MPA Design for a Changing Climate
Dr. Carolyn Lundquist, NIWA/University of Auckland

Te Mana o Rangitāhua: A Holistic Approach to Transforming Ecosystem Wellbeing
Sheridan Waitai, Ngāti Kuri Trust Board

Marine Protection and Climate Change Considerations in Canada
Hilary Ibey, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Incorporating Climate Change into MPA Management and Monitoring (Ross Sea)
Dr. Matt Pinkerton, NIWA

 

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Changing Tides | Tai Tōrua was made possible by support from the Pew Bertarelli Ocean Legacy Project and DOC’s Biodiversity 2018 Programme.