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Rāhui and fishery closures are helping to heal the Hauraki Gulf, Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi say Hauraki Gulf Forum Co Chairs Pippa Coom and Nicola MacDonald. Read about the positive impact of iwi-led closures in the latest NZ Listener out now. 🐳

Rāhui and fishery closures are helping to heal the Hauraki Gulf, Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi say Hauraki Gulf Forum Co Chairs Pippa Coom and Nicola MacDonald. Read about the positive impact of iwi-led closures in the latest NZ Listener out now. 🐳 ... See MoreSee Less

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Kiri Allan - Labour MP David Parker Willie Jackson Jacinda Ardern Eugenie Sage MP Chlöe Swarbrick Simon Watts MP for North Shore Christopher Luxon Scott Simpson MP

what about the other amazing groups having positive impact on the costal environment and the benefits it is having and also obtained closures and done restoration, we have some amazing locals who are accepting the challenge to do Mahi and Tikanga, and taking a stand for their Turangawaewae.

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Find out why kelp needs help on this great new blog from TheNoises 🐳

Find out why kelp needs help on this great new blog from TheNoises 🐳The Noises islands has a new blog focussing on kelp forests, the role they play in capturing carbon, and the help they provide in reducing the impact of greenhouse gases. But what happens when these underwater forests are degraded or damaged?

To check out 'Why kelp needs help' follow the link below or alternatively go to thenoises.nz and click on the Blog tab.

www.thenoises.nz/2021/12/10/why-kelp-needs-help/

Photo Credit: Tim Haggitt

#thenoisesislands #nzislands #haurakigulf #newzealand #aotearoa #conservation #protection #restoration #kelp #carbon #bluecarbon #auckland #underwaterforest #marinelife #marineprotection
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Hauraki Gulf Forum Co-Chair Nicola MacDonald takes us to Aotea Great Barrier Island to discuss the deep cultural history of the motu from Toi-te-Huatahi to the present day, its role as the world's first island dark sky sanctuary, recent success of achieving pest-free status for Rakitu island, and the growing pressures on Aotea's marine environment.

Produced by the amazing Qiane Matata-Sipu from Qiane + Co.
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Beautiful video, hope to see more ..

Such a beautiful video put together with treasured kōrero 😍

Nga mihi to you both for a wonderful korero. Many more to come.

Ka Rawe tino Nui Nicola WOW 😘❤

Awesome

Tēnā korua ngā kaitiaki o te taiao, o te moana, hei oranga mō te iwi ❤️

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Keri Wikitera

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If you are heading to Aotea Great Barrier this summer you need to read this:

If you are heading to Aotea Great Barrier this summer you need to read this:There are currently biosecurity rules in place making it illegal to fish from three harbours on Aotea Great Barrier Island. to prevent the spread of the invasive seaweed pest Caulerpa brachypus.

The requirements are set out in a Controlled Area Notice (CAN). As well as banning the take of any marine life (fish, shellfish, seaweed, crays), if you anchor in these harbours, you’ll need a permit from Biosecurity New Zealand to move on.
As partners in the response, Ngāti Rehua Ngāti Wai ki Aotea have placed a rāhui over the same areas.

The legal controls are in place until Thursday, 30 June 2022.

For more information, please visit: bit.ly/31ycCZ1
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Alix Webster Wayan J Rosie Bradley Twiss

Eye-catching new campaign from WWF New Zealand to help save the Hauraki Gulf, Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi! 🐳 Learn more about it below:

Eye-catching new campaign from WWF New Zealand to help save the Hauraki Gulf, Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi! 🐳 Learn more about it below:Are You Pro-Extinction?

Learn more: ow.ly/psJR50H2v3m
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💪👏 🐳 mīharo! Awesome!

Revive Our Gulf
Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei - Whai Māia
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