Te Puni Kokiri: Te Waipounamu Regional Profile 2017

Te Puni Kokiri: Te Waipounamu Regional Profile 2017

Te Puni Kōkiri measures a range of outcomes that fall within Whakapapa (te reo Māori and connection to iwi), Oranga (whānau well-being and whānau housing), Whairawa (whenua and whanaketanga), and Whanaungatanga (Crown-Māori relationships).
 
This publication provides an insight into the growth and development of Māori within Te Waipounamu and within these outcomes.
Adapting to climate change in New Zealand

Adapting to climate change in New Zealand

Stocktake Report from the Climate Change Adaptation Technical Working Group prepared by the Climate Change Adaptation Technical Working Group.   It summarises the expected impacts of climate change on New Zealand over the medium and long term, takes stock of existing work on adaptation, and identifies gaps in New Zealand’s current approach. 

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COBOP: working better together

Collaboration Bay of Plenty (COBOP) is a network of local and regional councils and central government agencies in the Bay of Plenty. We are the hub of co-operative inter-agency work where Chief Executives and Senior Managers representing these agencies, work together to meet the current and future needs of communities in the Bay.

Together we promote the achievement of local and regional community aspirations and priorities through co-operation, collaboration and efficient use of resources. Mandated under the Local Government Act , we know that we can work better, together.

COBOP: working better together

Collaboration Bay of Plenty (COBOP) is a network of local and regional councils and central government agencies in the Bay of Plenty. We are the hub of co-operative inter-agency work where Chief Executives and Senior Managers representing these agencies, work together to meet the current and future needs of communities in the Bay.

Together we promote the achievement of local and regional community aspirations and priorities through co-operation, collaboration and efficient use of resources. Mandated under the Local Government Act , we know that we can work better, together.

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