Tuesday 9 August
1.00pm - 5.00pm (coffee & registration available from 12.45pm)
Viaduct Events Centre, Auckland
Separately bookable workshop, open to non-conference attendees.
Attending Wild Places: $95 including GST
Not attending Wild Places: $140 including GST
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EDS invites you to this half-day workshop that will explore the potential of collaborative policy and plan making.
Collaboration is being mainstreamed into resource law. It is a novel approach that offers both opportunities and risks for local government and participants.
This workshop will outline emerging collaborative practice in New Zealand. It will explore the intersection between collaboration and co-governance. It will analyse when collaboration is appropriate and when it is not. The workshop will distil the elements of effective and ethical collaboration when applied to current resource management practice, including freshwater and coastal, and the development of broader environmental policy.
The workshop will be interactive, drawing on the experiences of participants. It will feature informed presenters and should be of value to all resource management practitioners.
Facilitators: Peter Lawless and Hamish Brown, Phoenix Facilitation
Session 1: Context
International developments in collaboration, Rachel Eberhard, Environmental Consultant, Eberhard Consulting Trust
Session 2: Sharing Experiences
Introductions and initial contributions from participants
Facilitated Panel Discussion
Paul Beverley, Partner, Buddle Findlay; Independent Chair, Sea Change – Tai Timu Tai Pari
Alastair Bisley, Chair, Land and Water Forum
Dr Andrea Byrom, Director, New Zealand’s Biological Heritage Science Challenge
Garth Harmsworth, Māori Environmental Scientist, Landcare Research
Bill Wasley, Independent Chair, Waikato River Collaborative Stakeholder Group
Session 3: Capturing Learnings
Small group discussion drawing out learnings
Plenary report back and synthesis
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