Kaitiakitanga Resources from Erana Walker

Staff and students can use these resources to help understand how your project can contribute and support kaitiakitanga aspirations.
This work has been created by Erana Walker. PhD. Research Officer with Massey University’s Sustainability Office.

Te Reo Māori Resources

Follow this link to the Reo Māori website to find a booklet dedicated to the language of the taiao (environment) created in collaboration with the Department of Conservation and the Ministry of Education.

Webinar- Our Environment: Our Other Body

Hone Morris from Te Pūtahi-a-Toi recorded this 30 minute webinar for a series by The College of Humanities and Social Sciences called ‘No Lockdown for the Mind’.

Energy Efficiency and Carbon Management Presentations

Carbon Management Officer Marcus Richardson and Energy Efficiency Officer Tian Wang have made some presentations for Te Wiki Toitū te Taiao 2022 to demonstrate the kinds of work they have been doing to make Massey a more sustainable organisation.

Massey Waste Audit Presentations

In August 2022, The Sustainability Office and Campus Operations contracted waste audits across their 3 campuses. These waste audits provide Massey with a baseline from which to divert as much waste as possible from landfill. You can find the presentations given by our auditors here:

Pukeahu Pathway

 Pukeahu pathway is an initiative developed through Campus Co-Lab that aims to encourage the campus community to make use of the green spaces on campus and discover the sculptures and history of the land the campus sits on.  The link below will take you to a PDF of the map so you can enjoy this walk on the Wellington campus.