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- Project Drawdown, https://www.drawdown.org/
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- LGNZ (Local Government New Zealand) climate change project, https://www.lgnz.co.nz/climate-change-project/about-the-project/
- Pure Advantage, https://pureadvantage.org/what-we-do/
- Climate Leaders Coalition, https://www.climateleaderscoalition.org.nz/about
- Carbon Neutral NZ Trust, https://www.carbonneutraltrust.org.nz/
- Northland Regional Council climate change site,
- NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research) website
- Deep South Challenge
- Climate Action Tracker
- IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) reports & recommendations,
- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) climate website
- Ministry for the Environment website
- Stockholm Resilience Centre
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- Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill
- Interim Climate Change Committee website
- School Strike 4 Climate
- Extinction Rebellion New Zealand
- New Zealand Climate Action Network
- 350 Aotearoa
- ActionStation Aotearoa
- Greenpeace Aotearoa climate website
Whakaora ngā whenua whāma: Utilising mātauranga Māori and Western science to protect and restore the soil on rural farms in Te Tai Tokerau.
The Whakaora ngā whenua whāma report was prepared for UNESCO and explores the interface between mātauranga Māori and regenerative agriculture. The Project team was Whakaora ngā whenua whāma report_SCREENPeter Bruce-Iri and Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn (NorthTec), Dr Mere Kepa, Dr Benjamin Pittman, Marcus Williams (Unitec) and Graham Shepherd (BioAgrinomics).
This discussion paper explores how science and other stakeholder interests inhibit the development of soil carbon sequestration as a mitigation tool for New Zealand. Stakeholders groups who influence this are farmers, the agribusiness ecosystem, science and innovation, policy makers and the community (including customers). Ideally New Zealand will learn from regenerative farmers and learn to embrace their methods.