On 12 May 2015, the Institute launched Report 10: One Ocean: Principles for the stewardship of a healthy and productive ocean at a discussion evening in Auckland with presentation from speakers: Bronwen Golder, Director of the Kermadec Initiative, The Pew Charitable Trust; Sam Judd, Co-founder and CEO, Sustainable Coastlines; Professor Timothy Naish, Director of the Antarctic Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington; and Wendy McGuinness, Chief Executive, McGuinness Institute.
(a) Invitation to this event
(b) Powerpoint presentation
Download the full PowerPoint presentation here
(c) Methodology and Outputs
Report 10: One Ocean: Principles for the stewardship of a healthy and productive ocean explores the seascape of New Zealand in the past, the present and the future. It identifies the need for change in the way New Zealand governs its ocean space and the upcoming opportunities and challenges for doing so.
Below are videos of the speakers sharing their observations at the launch – Professor Tim Naish, Bronwen Golder and Sam Judd. These videos are also available on our YouTube channel.