Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Maori and Mining ... and new book from University of Otago

With the current debate on mining in Aotearoa, the publication of a new book by University of Otago researchers is timely.

The small but packed book includes chapters on He Tirohanga Whānui (Māori and Mining Overview), Te Hātepe (The Process of Mining), Ngā Uara (Values), Te Ture (Mineral Law and Māori) Te Umanga (The Economics of Mining for Māori), Te Taiao (Environmental Impacts of Mining) and concludes with He Kupu Whakatepe.


There is also a chapter on ‘Who’s Who in Mining’ with a selection of companies currently operating in Aoteaora/New Zealand.

Authors are Katharina Ruckstuhl, Lyn Carter, Luke Easterbrook, Andrew R. Gorman, Hauauru Rae, Jacinta Ruru, Diane Ruwhiu, Janet Stephenson, Abby Suszko, Michelle Thompson-Fawcett and Rachel Turner.

The book is available FREE and just a click away @ Maori and Mining


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