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Fostering sustainable tribal economies in a time of climate change

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posted on 31.08.2020 by Ema Maria Bargh, SL Douglas, Annie Te One
In this article, we explore how Maori tribal organisations are responding to calls by other Indigenous peoples to become more sustainable in a time of climate change. From a close examination of tribal Environmental Management Plans, we move to a specific case study in the Bay of Plenty area, Ngati Kea/Ngati Tuara. Ultimately, we suggest that many tribal organisations are seeking to respond to climate change and transition to becoming producers of their own food and energy needs, and are often articulating these responses in relation to specific local resources and contexts. © 2014 New Zealand Geographical Society.

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Preferred citation

Bargh, M., Douglas, S. L. & Te One, A. (2014). Fostering sustainable tribal economies in a time of climate change. New Zealand Geographer, 70(2), 103-115. https://doi.org/10.1111/nzg.12042

Journal title

New Zealand Geographer

Volume

70

Issue

2

Publication date

13/08/2014

Pagination

103-115

Publisher

Wiley

Publication status

Published

Contribution type

Article

Online publication date

13/08/2014

ISSN

0028-8144

eISSN

1745-7939

Language

en

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