Te Tiriti based marine protection
The Noises Trust
Songs of the Sea (Live Ocean), Feb 2021:
Sue Neureuter shares her stories highlighting the need for marine protection for the Noises groups of islands.
Waiheke Marine Project
Waiheke ki uta Waiheke ki tai Waiheke ki tua, May 2020:
Introduction to the Waiheke Marine Project.
Future search Waiheke, November 2020:
The future search journey through the eyes of the participants.
Future search Kāwanatanga, March 2022:
Benefits of the Future search process for Government organisations.
Te Moananui ā Toi wānanga, December 2020:
An overview and insights into the Te Moananui ā Toi experience.
link 1 | Link 2
Education and Advocacy
Archived footage and information highlighting the issues facing the Hauraki Gulf.
Seasick – Saving the Hauraki Gulf
Republic Films Ltd ‘Seasick – Saving the Hauraki Gulf’ July 2021:
Promotional trailer for the upcoming 7-part web mini-series. New trailer available April 2022.
Watch the Series Here | Link 2
Young Ocean Explorers website:
Digital information clips for young people and what they can do to restore the Hauraki Gulf.
The Memory of Water:
Georgina Hart, September 2019:
An exploration of how water has changed in our region, and how these changes have affected the mauri, the life-giving essence, of the Hauraki Gulf.
CEO Forum, April 2019:
Business leaders talking about restoring the Hauraki Gulf.
Gift to the Gulf, December 2020:
A four-part series highlighting the issues and what people can do to restore the Hauraki Gulf.
- Wonders of the Gulf Link 1
- Restoring the Hauraki Gulf Link 1
- Getting plastics out of the Gulf Link 1
- Transport toxics in the Gulf Link 1
Troubled Waters (TVNZ) featuring Nick Shears, 18 March 2021:
Highlighting the issues facing the marine ecosystem in the Hauraki Gulf.
link 1 | Link 2
Rochelle Constantine, March 2020:
Our World and Universe: Tracking marine life in the Hauraki Gulf.
Dr Nigel Brady, September 2017:
Is a high-value, low-impact Hauraki Gulf fishery feasible?
Richelle Kahui McConnell August 2017:
Could a high-value, low-impact fishery help restore the mauri of the Hauraki Gulf?