In this seminar hosted by the University of Auckland Faculty of Science, experts across several disciplines share their knowledge of how we can help sustain Aotearoa’s wildlife into the future. They share their experience in applying Te Tiriti o Waitangi principles in conservation management, threatened species recovery and predator management.

The speakers are:

John Innes – Senior Researcher in Wildlife Ecology at Landcare Research.

Anna Santure – Senior Lecturer in Biological Science at the University of Auckland.

Nicola MacDonald – Ngati Rehua, Ngati Wai, Co-Chair Hauraki Gulf Forum.

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Disclaimer: The ideas expressed in this talk reflect the views of the guests and not necessarily the views of The Big Q. 

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