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Why Indigenous knowledge should be an essential part of how we govern the world's oceans

By Meg Parsons, Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland
Lara Taylor, Kairangahau Māori - Māori Researcher, Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research
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Indigenous marine governance is experiencing a revival throughout Oceania, building on traditional worldviews that acknowledge connections between people and all parts of ocean ecosystems.

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