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Creating a resilient, thriving environment
He whenua haumako, aumānga hoki a Aotearoa

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Learning from restoration collectives

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Breathing life back into Te Whanganui-a-Tara: the motivations of volunteer conservationists

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A postdoc for AUT Living Labs

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Ngā Pī Ka Rere Spotlight: Matt Wylie cares about fish and about connecting with people

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New maps for swamp maire restoration coming soon

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The future is seedy for ex situ plant conservation in Aotearoa

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Freshwater for our Taonga

Te Tiriti-led research looking at how we can enable our freshwater taonga to thrive.   The inventory of research outputs and resources can be found…
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Host, Pathogen & Environment

Looking at the role environmental factors play on disease expression and severity, pathogen spread and establishment, as well as investigating plant pathogen genomes.   The inventory of research outputs and…
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Conservation & Restoration

Ensuring susceptible plant species survive myrtle rust and kauri dieback.   The inventory of research outputs and resources can be found here: Conservation & Restoration
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Adaptive Governance and Policy

This investment tackles the ways in which governance and policy need to change to better protect te taiao (the environment).   The inventory of research…
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Pathways to Ecosystem Regeneration

Our teams are aiming to quantify social-ecological linkages for use in managing, protecting and restoring land and water ecosystems.   The inventory of research outputs…
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Predicting and Preventing Ecosystem Decline

Researchers are developing a framework to help predict and prevent the approach of rapid, harmful and difficult-to-reverse changes in ecosystems.
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Rebuilding Healthy Rivers

Researchers are using freshwater systems as a model to test how degraded ecosystems can be resistant to disruptions – including those that aim to restore…
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Managing Threats to Freshwater Taonga Invertebrates

Management of non-native fish such as catfish may be the answer to safeguarding freshwater taonga (treasured) species in our waterways, researchers have found.
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Farming & Nature Conservation

Sheep and beef farms make up nearly 40% of Aotearoa’s landscape and play a vital role in our economy. At the same time, this land…
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