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Associate Professor Maria Bargh appointed to the non-elected member role on the Greater Wellington Regional Council's Climate Committee

Posted on 28 February 2020

Victoria University of Wellington Associate Professor in Te Kawa a Māui, School of Māori Studies, Maria Bargh has been appointed as the non-elected member of Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Climate Committee.

Associate Professor Maria Bargh appointed to the non-elected member role on the Greater Wellington Regional Council's Climate Committee
Posted on 28 February 2020
Victoria University of Wellington Associate Professor in Te Kawa a Māui, School of Māori Studies, Maria Bargh has been appointed as the non-elected member of Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Climate Committee.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/associate-professor-maria-bargh-appointed-to-the-non-elected-member-role-on-the-greater-wellington-regional-council-s-climate-committee/

Councillors tour Hutt Valley with a focus on flood protection

Posted on 28 February 2020

A Metlink bus load of councillors from three different councils took a tour around the Hutt Valley yesterday, getting a snapshot of the significant Regional Resilience Flood Protection work being done in the area.

Councillors tour Hutt Valley with a focus on flood protection
Posted on 28 February 2020
A Metlink bus load of councillors from three different councils took a tour around the Hutt Valley yesterday, getting a snapshot of the significant Regional Resilience Flood Protection work being done in the area.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/councillors-tour-hutt-valley-with-a-focus-on-flood-protection/

Calls for more support to protect indigenous biodiversity

Posted on 27 February 2020

Greater Wellington Regional Council today agreed to adopt a submission on the Government’s proposed National Policy Statement for Indigenous Biodiversity, which outlines the need for more support and resources from Government.

Calls for more support to protect indigenous biodiversity
Posted on 27 February 2020
Greater Wellington Regional Council today agreed to adopt a submission on the Government’s proposed National Policy Statement for Indigenous Biodiversity, which outlines the need for more support and resources from Government.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/calls-for-more-support-to-protect-indigenous-biodiversity/

Hui for regional Māori Economic Strategy

Posted on 27 February 2020

The second round of community hui on the development of a stronger, more sustainable Māori economy in the Wellington region will take place throughout March. Communities across the region are encouraged to go along and share ideas.

Hui for regional Māori Economic Strategy
Posted on 27 February 2020
The second round of community hui on the development of a stronger, more sustainable Māori economy in the Wellington region will take place throughout March. Communities across the region are encouraged to go along and share ideas.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/hui-for-regional-maori-economic-strategy/