Te mātauranga, te mahi auaha, te whakapai- Advancing our knowledge, innovation and improvement

Steering group members

  • Predator Free 2050 Ltd
  • Te Tira Whakamātaki
  • Zero Invasive Predators
  • Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research
  • Biological Heritage National Science Challenge
  • Ministry for Primary Industries
  • Department of Conservation
  • Science for Technical Innovation Challenge
  • Regional Council National Science Working Group

This work involves developing and driving the knowledge, innovation and improvement pathway for Predator Free 2050 toward four key research outcomes:

  1. We know what drives attitudes and actions to achieve PF2050. 
  2. PF2050 is built from multiple knowledge systems and world views. 
  3. A suite of tools and approaches are available (or in development) to eradicate predators and maintain gains in all ecological and social contexts. 
  4. Predator ecology and interactions are understood to inform eradication strategies. 

Further detail on this pathway’s outcomes, its milestones and measures of success are set out in the 2020-2025 Pathway Action Plan.