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Te Mana Rauhī Taiao | The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is the government agency responsible for regulatory functions concerning New Zealand's environmental management.

Here you can learn about:

  • Ngā Kaihautū Tikanga Taiao, our Māori Advisory Committee
  • Te Herenga, our national network of iwi resource and environmental managers
  • Kaupapa Kura Taiao, our Māori Policy and Operations Group.


Cover of Statement of Intent 2013. He Whetū Mārama

He Whetū Mārama is a framework that guides the Environmental Protection Authority in the undertaking of its statutory and other obligations to Māori.


In this section:

Ngā Kaihautū

Our Māori Advisory Committee, Ngā Kaihautū Tikanga Taiao, provides advice to the EPA to help ensure Māori perspectives are taken into account.

Te Herenga

Te Herenga is a forum for Māori environmental and resource managers to come together to discuss important environmental issues.

Kaupapa Kura Taiao

Kaupapa Kura Taiao is the EPA’s Māori Policy and Operations Group.

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