Indigenous knowledge offers solutions, but its use must be based on meaningful collaboration with Indigenous communities
By Tara McAllister, Research Fellow, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
Cate Macinnis-Ng, Associate Professor in Biological Sciences, University of Auckland
Dan C H Hikuroa, Senior Lecturer in Māori Studies, University of Auckland
One key difference between kaitiakitanga and conservation is that the former considers people as part of the environment, while the latter manages nature as if people were separate from it.
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- Thursday, March 30, 2023