Te ha o Tangaroa kia ora ai taua. The breath of Tangaroa sustains us. Maori Fisheries Conference - Novotel Auckland Airport, Wednesday 27 March 2019

Programme for the Māori Fisheries Conference 2019

Agenda - Wednesday 27 March 2019

 

Pre-Māori Fisheries Conference 2019

7:30 am - Registrations open

9:00 am - Mihi whakatau

9:10 am - Introduction - Pahia Turia (Master of ceremonies)

 Wāhanga tuatahi - session one

9:15 am - Te hā o Tangaroa kia ora ai tāua - Jamie Tuuta

9:30 am - Eco-colonialism and indigenous resilience: the 200-year-old climate and clean water movement known as indigenous resurgence - Tina Ngata

10:00 am - What's going on in Australia's indigenous fisheries? - Chels Marshall, Matt Osborne & Shane Holland

10:30 am - The global economic outlook - Bevan Graham

 10:55 am - Paramanawa - Morning tea

 Wāhanga tuarua - session two

11:20 am - Wayfinding leadership - Prof Chellie Spiller

11:50 am - How climate change could affect your bottom line - a bank's view - Mike Sussock

12:20 pm - The value of utilising external research providers and leveraging available government funding - Anna Yallop

 12:30 pm -Tina (Lunch) with Oceanlaw New Zealand

 Wāhanga tuatoru - session three

1:20 pm - Ka hao, ka ea, ka ora e - Māori Food Gathering and Traditional Practices - Danny Poihipi

1:50 pm - Innovation in oysters will sustain us - Fiona Wikaira

2:20 pm - Building confidence and certainty in our fishing business – Tokatu & Te Waka Hourua - Doug Paulin

2:50 pm - Culturalising commerce - Rachel Taulelei

 3:15 pm - Paramanawa (afternoon tea)

 Wāhanga tuawhā - session four

3:50 pm - Te Wai Māori - Ken Mair

4:05 pm - Tau kōura - monitoring the holistic health of Taupō waters -  Maria Nepia and Nicole Hodgson

4:20 pm - How can fish ear bones tell us about the effects of climate change on Aotearoa’s freshwater fish populations? - Eimear Egan

4:40 pm - Address from the Minister of Fisheries - Hon Stuart Nash

5:05 pm - Conference concludes - karakia whakamutunga

 Post-Māori Fisheries Conference 2019

6:00 pm - Sealord Happy Hour

7:30 pm - Māori Fisheries Conference Kaimoana Function

10:00pm - Evening concludes