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Welcome to the 2019 New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference

"Security, Community, Humanity"

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Thursday, November 28 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Environmental Politics and Policy in New Zealand - II

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Environmental politics in Aotearoa have always been contentious, but in recent years have risen to the forefront of mainstream policy debates. From bans on new oil and gas exploration to pricing agricultural emissions and cleaning sacred waterways, many of today’s challenges hold social and economic significance that extend far beyond the silo of environmental management. In this roundtable authors of a forthcoming new text on Environmental Politics and Policy in Aotearoa New Zealand will present the key points from their chapters, in order to stimulate discussion distinct elements of environmental politics in New Zealand. We will explore New Zealand’s unique institutional, cultural and resource context, by first focusing on the key importance of Te Tiriti before turning to the unique characteristics of the natural environment in Aotearoa. The unique setting here informs and is, in turn, informed by the global context of environmental politics, policymaking and social movement activism.

Participants:

Nicola Wheen
Contemporary institutions and policymaking in New Zealand

Dory Reeves
Urban policy and planning in New Zealand

Priya Kurian
Social movements and the environment

Geoffrey Ford
Green parties in New Zealand

Catherine Delahunty
Mining

Moderators
JM

Julie MacArthur

Julie MacArthur

Speakers
avatar for Geoff Ford

Geoff Ford

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Canterbury
I'm a postdoctoral fellow (UC Arts Digital Lab) applying digital methods to study politics. From 2020 I will also be working on the Marsden "Issue Mapping and Analysing the Lethal Autonomous Weapons Debate".
PK

Priya Kurian

University of Waikato


Thursday November 28, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
E16 Engineering Core

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