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The leading organisation developing and defending the market for concrete, and positioning concrete as the sustainable material of choice for the built environment. Basically everything you have ever wanted to know about concrete
Environment Canterbury's outlines the legal responsibility to take tangata whenua concerns into account with regard to the management of natural resources. Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu is the statutory authority representing Canterbury.
"These good practice guidelines are based on just over a decade of learning by central and local government, crown research institutes, and Māori groups, using case studies, reports, papers, unpublished documents and personal communications."
This paper provides an enhanced understanding of the concept of Mauri, the basis of Tangata Whenua traditional belief and practice in relation to the environment. This understanding is then aligned with
contemporary resource management thinking using the Mauri Model. Two examples are provided illustrating how the Mauri Model can be applied to contemporary resource management decision making.