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KĀ WAI O TAHU: NGĀI TAHU’S LEGAL ACTION OVER WATER

Water has long defined the landscapes of Te Waipounamu, and in recent years has begun to define political life as well. Why has Ngāi Tahu taken the Crown to court over freshwater? Join Lisa Tumahai, Kaiwhakahaere (Chair) of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Dr Te Maire Tau (Upoko of Ngāi Tūahuriri) and freshwater specialist Dr Mike Joy for an in-depth discussion of Ngāi Tahu’s legal action, and the history, tikanga and science of the Wai in Te Waipounamu. Journalist Mike McRoberts in the chair.

 

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