Kāhui Māori

Our Kāhui Māori provides the Governance Board and Science Leadership Team with strategic advice and input into our science strategy and priorities, and helps with the assessment of science quality, performance and responsiveness to iwi, hapū, whānau and Māori business goals.

Kāhui Māori Members

Aimee Kaio

Managing Director, NORA Limited | Ngāi Tahu

Aroha Mead

Independent researcher | Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Porou

Chris Insley

Managing Director, 37 Degrees South Limited | Te Whānau-a-Apanui

Darren Ngaru King

Interdisciplinary research scientist, Māori society and climate, NIWA | Ngāti Raukawa

Garth Harmsworth

Senior Scientist, Landcare Research | Te Arawa, Ngāti Tuwharetoa, Tūhourangi, Ngāti Raukawa

Sandy Morrison (attending as VM Lead)

Associate Professor and Associate Dean, School of Māori and Pacific Development, University of Waikato | Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Rarua, Te Arawa

Latest news and updates

Farmer overlooks drought-ravaged farm

Seeking Expressions of Interest for the role of Programme Leader, Impacts and Implications

We’re currently seeking applications for the role of Programme Leader, Impacts and Implications for the Deep South National Science Challenge.
 

Portrait of Raiatea at Tarawera

Kia mau tonu: Flooding research and family influences

Our Vision Mātauranga programme has recently awarded four Masters scholarships in research that will help achieve Vision Mātuaranga goals. Scholarship recipient Raiatea Barlow Kameta (Ngāitai, Ngāti Pikiao, Ngāti Maniapoto, Waikato Tainui, Whakatōhea), studying at Victoria University of Wellington, describes her research into the impact of flooding and climate change on her marae at Marokopa, in the Waikato.

Suzi Kerr at the Deep South Symposium 2017

Farewell to Dr Suzi Kerr, Science Lead of our Impacts and Implications Programme

It's with sadness we announce Dr Suzi Kerr's decision to step down from her role as Science Lead of our Impacts and Implications programme. Suzi developed this ground-breaking research programme, and we now have 14 climate impacts and adaptation research projects underway.