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MARINE PROTECTION AND RESTORATION IN A SUSTAINABLE BLUE ECONOMY

CHANGING TIDES | TAI TŌRUA: DAY 2 WORKSHOPS

Welcome and Overview of the Day
Dr. Aroha Spinks, WWF-New Zealand
Elizabeth Heeg, Department of Conservation | Te Papa Atawhai
Karen Bell (facilitator), Department of Conservation | Te Papa Atawhai

Demystifying the Blue Economy in New Zealand - What is it?
Dr. Nigel Bradly, EnviroStrat

Building a Sustainable Blue Economy - Key Enabling Conditions and Finance Principles
Louise Heaps, Head of Sustainable Blue Economy, WWF-UK

Ocean Accounting and the Development of Marine-Related Environmental-Economic Accounts
Jane Harkness and Malcolm Gray, Statistics New Zealand

Creating Value From a Blue Economy
Dr. Nick Lewis, University of Auckland

From Aspirations to Action – Developing the Whakatohea Rohe Moana Plan
Assoc. Professor Māui Hudson, University of Waikato

Ecosystem Services Monitoring & Measurement: How it Supports BE and EBM
Dr. Drew Lohrer, NIWA

Assessing the Benefits of MPAs: Contributing to Blue Economy Agenda
Dr. Sandra Cortes-Acosta, EnviroStrat

 

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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.