Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei is hosting alongside Para Kore Ki Tāmaki an online panel kōrero on the impacts of global food production and how indigenous knowledge, Mātauranga Māori can guide us in restoring our taiao and climate as well as growing healthier communities in the fight for climate justice.
By choosing to eat locally and seasonally, growing a vegetable garden in your back yard and composting your kai scraps, you are actively takings steps towards supporting sustainable kai systems and lowering your carbon footprint.
The speakers are:
Wyatt Dooley is a plant loving and surf enthusiast with a background in horticulture and environmental science that has lead him to work on projects in California, Hawaii, and Aotearoa. Wyatt helps to lead the environmental operations team at Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei combining his love of ecology, production of local kai, and engaging with local communities to create a positive outcome for papatūānuku/earth.
Koha has worked with Para Kore Ki Tāmaki since 2019, helping to offer creative and practical solutions to zero waste, upholding tikanga and working towards the absolute protection of Papatūānuku.
More details about the speakers will be added soon.