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Nature-based solutions: Our places (map)

Kiwi release Nina Valley image: Hurunui College

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Our places: map

We can use our action to drive our own hope, rather than leaving it to someone else to do for us. Once we focus on what we can change, it’s amazing how many things we can actually do.” – Jocelyn Timperley, Climate journalist

You are part of the solution!

Select a location in the menu or the map below. Here we feature projects that demonstrate kaitiakitanga, guardians and protectors of the environment. Each page is showcases a project that helps to protect and restore our native ecosystems, and why and how this help address climate change. Resources, links, contact information, and where relevant, research used to create these projects is included, so each page is a virtual recipe of what to do, how to do it, and the ingredients used.

Note: Links in the menu with this symbol take you outside this website.

The map links take you to projects on this website. It’s updated when new projects are added. We’d love to share your conservation project so that we can inspire everyone to become part of the solution.

If you don’t know how your project helps address climate change, we can help. Please contact manager@braid.org.nz.

Home > Nature-based solutions > Our places

We can use our action to drive our own hope, rather than leaving it to someone else to do for us. Once we focus on what we can change, it’s amazing how many things we can actually do.”  – Jocelyn Timperley, Climate journalist

You are part of the solution!

Select a location in the menu or the map below. Here we feature projects that demonstrate kaitiakitanga, guardians and protectors of the environment. Each page is showcases a project that helps to protect and restore our native ecosystems, and why and how this help address climate change. Resources, links, contact information, and where relevant, research used to create these projects is included, so each page is a virtual recipe of what to do, how to do it, and the ingredients used.

Note: Links in the menu with this symbol take you outside this website.

The map links take you to projects on this website. It’s updated when new projects are added. We’d love to share your conservation project so that we can inspire everyone to become part of the solution.

If you don’t know how your project helps address climate change, we can help. Please contact manager@braid.org.nz.

How to use the map

Place your mouse over the map to move it around. Use the + and – buttons, or your mouse scrolling to zoom in and out. Click the icons to open a box with a link to project pages on this website.

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Close the dialogue box by clicking the LEFT arrow in the red box underneath the picture of the project. Don’t click the right arrow as it will take you outside this website to Google Maps.