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This network for Responsibility has been generated over the past ten years with links with partners in Small Islands states and the larger countries of the southern part of the ‘Water Continent’ including Australia, Papua New Guinea and Aotearoa-New Zealand.
Responsibilities that we focus on are cultural and environmental interests with special interest in water ecosystems. The vast Pacific Ocean covers more than one third of the earth so water is deeply embedded in our cultures, histories, and horizons. Nowadays, the oceans are increasingly regarded as the last frontier of undiscovered and unexploited resources, and we see the tentacles of strategies to achieve influence reaching into the region from Pacific Rim countries, China, and the US, and from further afield such as the European Union.
- Dialogues on Fresh Water: Navigating impasses and new approaches
- Workshop « Climate Chance »: Leaders in Transformative Education, practices for sectoral and thematic integration
- Report of the « Symposium on Law, Responsibility and Governance »
- Responsibility for a Feasible Climate Ambition
- Overview of the workshop : « Leaders in Transformative Education: United Nations Universities (UNU) Regional Centres of Expertise practices for Climate through sectoral integration », at summet « Climate Chance », september 26-28 2016, in Nantes, France
- NZ Māori Judge visits Malaysia to give presentation on ‘Indigenous Law and Responsible Governance of Water’
- Responsible transitions in the cross currents of change: thinking ecologically
- Law, Responsibility and Indigenous thought for the governance of Common Goods: the Case of Water
- What’s On Your Plate? Rounding up the evidence of health effects of toxic chemicals in food.
- ‘We Don’t Want to Lose Our Roots’ - Dwelling on Pacific climate migration
- Finance Investment Policies and New Public Interest Corporates
- Governance, Economy, Management for Economy of Life
- Waterways in Aotearoa New Zealand - A research on water governance.
- Can the corona virus inaugurate a succession rather than depression?
- Reporting from New Zealand: COVID-19 - Just Recovery