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Exploring Governance Strategies to Restore New Zealand’s Biological Heritage Public

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New Zealand’s biological heritage and security of native ecosystems are threatened by the introduction of invasive organisms, climate change, and anthropogenic activity. This project evaluated governance models to identify strategies that best restore Aotearoa's biological heritage. This analysis included establishing an understanding of tikanga, documenting community perspectives, and comparing strategies and indicators of desirable bioheritage governance outcomes. The project found that locally-driven, strongly legislated, and two-eyed approaches to management are more effective at achieving shared goals in restoring biological heritage.

  • This report represents the work of one or more WPI undergraduate students submitted to the faculty as evidence of completion of a degree requirement. WPI routinely publishes these reports on its website without editorial or peer review.
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  • 05/03/2021
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  • 5836
  • E-project-031721-124012
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  • 2021
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UN Sustainable Development Goals
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  • 2021-03-17
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