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Empowering Aucklanders to make decisions about water
Watercare’s 2022 Citizens' Assembly is described by Auckland Council as a great example of empowering Aucklanders to make decisions for better water outcomes.

New Zealand traditional flax weaving handcraft
Webinar recording with Q&A: Addressing the challenges to social cohesion
Koi Tū hosted a webinar on Addressing the challenges to social cohesion on Thursday 31 August with our director Sir Peter Gluckman and distinguished professor emeritus Paul Spoonley.

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Youth mental health working group recommendations welcomed
We’re pleased to see the report and recommendations 'Under One Umbrella: A report into integrated mental health, alcohol and other drug use care for young people in New Zealand' released this week.

Genetic engineering to the rescue?
Given our existing pest problems and the likelihood of new ones being inflicted on us by global warming, we need to begin to investigate genetic options.

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Science and science systems: beyond semantics
When we conflate science and science systems, we risk undermining the place of science.  


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