November 12 2018
AUT Auckland City Campus | WA Building Level 2, WA220 Lecture Theatre
Innovating Mātauranga in the National Science Challenges
A pre-conference workshop at the 8th Biennniel International Indigenous Research Conference: Innovating Mātauranga in the National Science Challenges: Collaborating in and Across National Science Challenges through kaupapa Māori research programmes.
Sponsored by the National Science Challenges, this workshop will provide an opportunity to hear from kaupapa Māori researchers across the NSCs, and to explore the potential for collaboration between NSCs.
This event will be chaired by Jessica Hutchings from Building Better Homes Towns and Cities (BBHTC).
Where are we heading?
What does climate adaptation look and feel like for Aotearoa? Preparing to adapt in the face of our changing climate is complex and urgent work that will impact all of us and our communities. We should all have a say about how we adapt, who makes the decisions and who foots the bills. A panel discussion on the draft national adaptation plan.
A Mean Heat
How the climate is driving marine heatwaves. In collaboration with Sustainable Seas we bring you this online seminar with Erik Behrens (NIWA), Tony Craig (Terra Moana) and João De Souza (Moana Project).