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  • Means I am currently trying to unpack What so worthy and requiring of understanding in Sustainability (The balance between human needs and those of the natural environment), and Kaitiakitanga (Managing the modern day environment based on a Maori world view and notions of guardianship, all life is connected, manu, tapu and mauri).

    minsky's attempt to explain hard problem solving

  • Winter visitors are comprised of the sandpipers (Calidris mauri and Micropalama himantopus), the blue-winged teal (Anas discors) and several Nearctic limicolaes.

    Coastal Venezuelan mangroves

  • "Sneeze, living heart" (_Tihe mauri ora_), says the

    Unwritten Literature of Hawaii The Sacred Songs of the Hula

  • "This is a particular issue for Maori, because in our culture, water has its own mauri - its own life force - and so when that is depleted, so are the people".

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  • "This is a particular issue for Maori, because in our culture, water has its own mauri - its own life force - and so when that is depleted, so are the people".

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  • From being self-sufficient people of the awa, we became dependent on elements of the system, we lost contact with our traditional supports, and for some of our people the sheer wonder of life, the mauri, has lost meaning.

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  • The Marae is working with its local community to restore the mauri - or life-force - of the Papawai Stream, protecting it from nutrient runoff from surrounding farmland.

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  • Mr Seay also confirmed a second payment "for mitigation" for the mauri-ora - or life force

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • From being self-sufficient people of the awa, we became dependent on elements of the system, we lost contact with our traditional supports, and for some of our people the sheer wonder of life, the mauri, has lost meaning.

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  • From being self-sufficient people of the awa, we became dependent on elements of the system, we lost contact with our traditional supports, and for some of our people the sheer wonder of life, the mauri, has lost meaning.

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