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In the face of climate change, how can we be responsible kaitiaki for Tāmaki Makaurau?

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I roto i te rerekētanga o te āhuarangi me pēhea te haepapa hei kaitiaki mō Tāmaki Makaurau?

What is the future Tamaki Makaurau you want for the next generation?

How can we make it a reality?

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  1. Lesley Ly
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  2. Jordan Kroonenberg
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  3. daniel hefferan
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  4. Harry Crawford
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As  climate change quickens, pressure comes on, we must all work hard to resist the dark side of our human natures, as WB Yeats informs us. Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity.  

kelp strewn
by kelp strewn
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kelp strewn

With Te Kawa o te Uruwera http://www.ngaituhoe.iwi.nz/te-kawa-o-te-urewera Ngai Tuhoe have ushered in a new era, positioning themselves truly as Kaitiaki of Te Uruwera. We can learn from this precedent and recognise parts of Auckland as legal persons, under the protection of their customary Kaitiaki. And we can join in partnership with them Tāmati Kruger's vision is for all of us to be Tangata Whenua, and Kaitiaki of the land. But while the land belongs to the crown and to individuals,...

Hamish Lindop
by Hamish Lindop
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Hamish Lindop

My ideas for protecting peoples health and well being, including natural locations from climate change range from temperature and disease control because these were the foundation factors for my three chosen ideas. -Water purifiers is one of my main chosen ideas to directly deal with aspects of the issue and to help improve a communities health and well being, like schools or general homes. This is to prevent disease from infecting people of all ages mainly to help kids and the elderly...

Jordan Kroonenberg
by Jordan Kroonenberg
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Jordan Kroonenberg

I think that more people need to know about the issues of climate change as well as how they will be affected. A lot of people still believe that it is a problem for future generations, but the future is now. In preparation for a natural disaster, a website could be created where the community can submit reports of damages and such. This could show the areas that are safe or unsafe to go to, or whether certain schools / public areas are open or closed because of a storm or disaster. People...

Lesley Ly
by Lesley Ly
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Lesley Ly

Why can't the council just bring more Public Transport to Auckland (including the CRL, Railway lines to the Airport and the North Shore, etc.) and build Sea Walls surrounding the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours (the two harbours surrounding Auckland). It's just as simple as eating a Piece of Cake! The Council is already doing a good job with the CRL but they just need to do a little more like continuing with their "more simple transport network between buses, trains and ferries". And to make...

Harry Crawford
by Harry Crawford
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Harry Crawford

We must learn to integrate Te Ao Maori into sustainable management in order to protect our taonga. As kaitiaki we have the responsibility to ensure the health of our environment is strong for our tamariki. We have the privilege to utilize values such as kaitiakitanga, manaakitanga and whakawhanaungatanga yet we continue to 'mitigate' adverse effects upon our whenua/awa is unacceptable. This is not a case of returning kawanatanga it is a matter of allowing Maori to guide a sustainable...

daniel hefferan
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