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Good practice guidelines for working with tangata whenua and Māori organisations: Harmsworth 2005

This article provides guidelines on building positive relationships across cultures in resource management situations.»

 
 

Integrating Indigenous Values into Geothermal Development – Hikuroa 2010

Application of the Mauri Model for geothermal energy development on multiple owned Maori land.»

 
 

BEYOND CONSULTATION – Getting good outcomes for everyone in cross-cultural resource consent practice – Kanawa et al 2011

This paper discusses what good outcomes of consultation should look like.»

 
 

Adaptive co-management – Armitage et al 2009

At some stage during your travels through the world of environmental management, you will come across the term ‘adaptive co-management’»

 
 

Te Ahi Kā: Relationships, collaboration and communication – Case study of the Ocean Bay Environment Court Case

This case study presents a suite of tools available to local people facing issues of resource development.»

 
 

Cultural Management Plan Case Study – Ngati Torehine

Win-win resource management solutions can be achieved through korero and a Cultural Management Plan.»

 
 

Submission Template

Writing a submission to local or central government can be a laborious task if starting from scratch. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be so. This template is all about reducing the workload for Iwi/Hapu by making writing a submission as easy as filling in the blanks. The template, which can be used for both local and central government processes, will enable you and your Iwi/Hapu to write an effective submission on important issues, and still have time for a stroll in the garden. [[[or something else leisurely and enjoyable]]]»

 
 

RMA Assessment Template

This template has been developed to help Iwi/Hapu to make assessing resource consent applications a familiar and straight forward process. The template will help you become familiar with technical jargon; think about the resource consent in terms of what this means for your Iwi/Hapu; reduce time and effort; and be confident in assessing resource consent applications.»

 
 

Iwi Management Plans

The Bay of Plenty Region has 33 Iwi and 147 Hapu. Without Iwi Management Plans (IMP), managing natural resources would be very difficult. This PowerPoint presentation by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council shows how IMP’s can streamline Iwi environmental concerns into regional policy. As well as specific examples of how this has happened, the presentation also provides some helpful diagrams, and gives a ‘feel’ for how IMPs operate in the real world.»

 
 

Iwi/Hapu Environmental Management Plans – Guidelines from Whangarei District Council

Whangarei District Council Guideline for preparing and taking into account Iwi/Hapu Environmental Management Plans (HEMP)»

 
 

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