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Kia Whakanuia te Whenua is a Māori-led work, presenting a rich collection of visual essays, papers, poetry and polemics that challenge the way we think about environment, land and landscape in a changing world: te ao hurihuri. Its aim is to advocate for the land, to oust complacency.

Concern for the protection and management of the whenua was the inspiration for The Landscape Foundation’s publication Kia Whakanuia te Whenua. Global and local impacts such as climate change, biodiversity loss, water pollution and structural issues such as government policy and neoliberal economics are affecting global and local habitats as well as how we perceive, relate to and care for them. This is at the heart of issues for landscape practitioners, Māori, ecologists, and many others.

  • Edited by Carolyn Hill
  • Published 2021
  • 343 pages
  • ISBN: 9780473532376