This event doubled as an opportunity to reflect on the success of the iwi over the 25 years since Settlement and to form perspectives on how to adapt to climate change.
See below and watch back the Ngāi Tahu Settlement Day Commemoration & Climate Change Symposium.
|10.15am||Opening address, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Kaiwhakahaere Lisa Tumahai|
|10.45am||Kay Harrison, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade,
Global contexts and their impact on our national context
|11.30am||Sara Templeton, Christchurch City Councillor,
Climate adaptation in local contexts
|11.50am||Panel discussion: Papatipu Rūnanga climate mahi|
|1.30pm||Tokona Te Raki|
|2.00pm||Mike Smith, Co-chair National Iwi Chairs’ Forum,
National climate change context – from an iwi/hapū point of view
|2.45pm||Afternoon tea break|
|3.30pm||Panel discussion: Reflections on 25 years since Settlement|