• Advocating for a More Relational and Dynamic Model of Participation for Child Researchers 

    Ergler, Christina R.
    Primary school children participating as researchers has become a moral obligation to meet the goal of children’s participation rights. Yet, critical voices rarely question the ethical and practical implications of turning ...
  • 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 ...
  • Hybrid Neoliberalism: Implications for Sustainable Development 

    Baldwin, Claudia; Marshall, Graham; Ross, Helen; Cavaye, Jim; Stephenson, Janet; Carter, Lyn; Freeman, Claire; Curtis, Allan; Syme, Geoff
    Neoliberalism is frequently blamed for challenges in achieving sustainable development; consequently some also question if sustainability is still a useful concept. Neoliberal influence on natural resource management has ...
  • Landscape Trajectories: sea level rise and future landscapes 

    Stephenson, Janet
    Looking out over a quiet sea lapping the shore on a sunny day, it is almost inconceivable to think that it is inexorably rising. The globe is locked into a future of sea level rise of anywhere between 30 cm and 1 metre by ...