• Building biocultural approaches into Aotearoa – New Zealand’s conservation future 

    Lyver, Phil O'B; Ruru, Jacinta; Scott, Nigel; Tylianakis, Jason M.; Arnold, Jason; Malinen, Sanna K.; Bataille, Corinne Y.; Herse, Mark P.; Johes, Christopher J.; Gormley, Andrew M.; Peltzer, Duane A.; Taura, Yvonne; Timoti, Puke; Stone, Clive; Wilcox, Mahuru; Moller, Henrik
    Indigenous peoples’ roles in conservation are important because they offer alternate perspectives and knowledge centred on the quality of the human–environment relationship. Here, we present examples of Māori cultural ...
  • Looking Back for the Future: Local Knowledge and Paleoecology Inform Biocultural Restoration of Coastal Ecosystems in New Zealand 

    Lyver, Philip O'B; Wilmshurst, Janet; Wood, Jamie; Jones, Christopher J; Fromont, Mairie; Bellingham, Peter J; Stone, Clive; Sheehan, Michael
    We combine local knowledge of elders and environmental practitioners from two indigenous Māori communities and pollen evidence in soil cores from two islands and two mainland coastal sites to inform the planning of coastal ...