Co-developing Research in Geospatial Sciences: Experiences from a Research Institute in the Co-creation of Impactful Solutions with Indigenous Communities in Aotearoa New Zealand

Date 2022 Authors Maria Vega Corredor, Maria Rita Dionisio, John Reid, Luke Parkinson, Dean Walker, Sharmila Savarimuthu, Kevan Cote Introduction Guided by the UN-SDGs and focused on generating innovative geospatial research, the Geospatial Research Intitute Toi Hangarau is committed to developing, implementing, and facilitating the use and access to geospatial technologies for multiple sectors of […]

Mātauranga Māori Framework For Surveillance (MMFS) For Plant Pathogens

Research team Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research Audrey Lustig Waitangi Wood Dean P. Anderson Maria C. Latham. GRI Sharmila Savarimuthu Funding MBIE Project summary In the past, there has been a disconnect and little collaboration between the people and organizations doing work on the plant pathogens that cause myrtle rust and kauri dieback. This has stymied […]

Integrated Surveillance

This project aims to develop a Mātauranga Māori Framework for Surveillance (MMFS) of plant pathogens that seeks to enable strategic trust relationships between hapū kaitiaki and rangatira (Maori authorities) directly with central, regional and local organizations that generate and provide science and research initiatives and investment, with particular focus on mātauranga Māori alongside western science.