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3.4 Health and wellbeing of the Waikato River

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The health and wellbeing of the Waikato River is restored and protected and Te Ture Whaimana o Te Awa o Waikato (the Vision and Strategy for the Waikato River) is achieved.

 

Objective 3.4  addresses the following issues: 

1.1

State of resources

1.5

Relationship of tāngata whenua with the environment (te taiao)

1.6

Health and wellbeing of the Waikato River catchment

Objective 3.4 is achieved by the following policies:

4.1

Integrated approach

9.4

Limited Development Geothermal Systems

4.2

Collaborative approach

9.5

Protected Geothermal Systems

4.3

Tāngata whenua

9.6

Research Geothermal Systems

6.1

Planned and co-ordinated subdivision, use and development

9.7

Small Geothermal Systems

8.1

Approach to identifying fresh water body values and managing fresh water bodies

10.1

Managing historic and cultural heritage

8.2

Outstanding fresh water bodies and significant values of wetlands

10.2

Relationship of Māori to taonga

8.3

All fresh water bodies

11.1

Maintain or enhance indigenous biodiversity

8.4

Catchment-based intervention

11.3

Collaborative management

8.5

Waikato River catchment

12.2

Preserve natural character

8.6

Allocating fresh water

12.3

Maintain and enhance areas of amenity value

8.7

Efficient use of fresh water

12.4

Maintain and enhance public access

9.3

Development Geothermal Systems