Maori and Mining
Ruckstuhl, Katharina; Carter, Lyn; Easterbrook, Luke; Gorman, Andrew R; Rae, Hauauru; Ruru, Jacinta; Ruwhiu, Diane; Stephenson, Janet; Suszko, Abbey; Thompson-Fawcett, Michelle; Turner, Rachel
A multi-disciplinary study on how mining in New Zealand relates to and impacts on Maori - Iwi, hapu and whanau. The book covers a myriad of topics: resource extraction issues (including fracking), Treaty of Waitangi issues and rights, Legal rights and legislation covering mining in New Zealand, environmental and economic impacts, matauranga Maori, and the mechanics of mining - both off shore and land-based. There is also information on how interntional indigenous peoples have responded to mining.
Publisher: Te Poutama Maori, University of Otago, The Maori and Mining Research Team
Rights Statement: CCByNCND
Keywords: Maori; mining; matauranga Maori; legal issues; environmental impact; Treaty of Waitangi - rights; Maori mining history; indigenous responses to mining
Research Type: Book
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