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Transforming Geographies: Performing Indigenous-Māori Ontologies and Ethics of More-than-human Care in an Era of Ecological Emergency

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This paper explores how spatial governance models oriented to the well-being of the more-than-human might better enable Indigenous peoples’ capacity to live-well-with and care for our more-than-human whanaunga (kin).

The discussion positions Indigenous more-than-human ontologies as a cultural framework that supplants human-centrism with a focus on holistic ecological well-being. The paper considers how a culture of holistic ecological well-being might be spatially emplaced through well-being-led planning tools that ground these ontologies in neighbourhoods, cities, and wider afield.

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