Tātari Tauutuutu: a GIS map reconstruction of te iho matua whānau o Rangi rāua ko Papatūānuku within the Horowhenua and Manawatū, circa 1769–1840.

Abstract This report outlines what might be described as a ‘Māori cultural accounting method’ (i.e. Tātari Tauutuutu) that can be used to assess aspects of the wellbeing and survival prospects

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On the use and development of ecosystem services valuation method: a review and synthesis of published literature.

Abstract This report is based on a review of representative published reports spanning the last 17–years that attempt to address problems relating to the appropriate use of ecosystem services valuation

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Te Rere Kāhui: pilot survey results (2017)

Abstract This report contains results and analysis of a pilot survey named Te Rere Kāhui that was conducted 2016– 2017 and aimed to better understand the current Māori membership database,

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Culture matters, too: achieving Ecological Economic outcomes through the expression of Māori cultural identity

Abstract This report explores emerging technology-based creative activities of Māori communities in New Zealand as part of their efforts to achieve the goals of cultural wellbeing and survival. We use

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Cultural Impact assessment – Te Matā … Te Mata o Tipuna

This report focuses attention on a home (i.e. Te Matā … Te Mata o Tipuna), an ancestor and maunga tapu (transl. sacred mountain) that provided for the wellbeing and survival

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Origins and mission of Te Toi Ōhanga

Te Toi Ōhanga is a whānau business, the origins of which maybe explained as follows. Our first company (i.e. Pansophy Limited) was incorporated as a New Zealand company on the

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