Mangaia community encouraged to provide input in the islands Environment Regulations

Numangatini Tangitamaiti Tereapii Ariki said, “The regulations consultation and input is for all, and will be held in the school to encourage but we want our youth to have a say, and also for those who are living within the Cook Islands and overseas.”
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NES held three community consultations in Mangaia recently in the Oneroa, Ivirua and Tamarua villages to promote the drafting of the Environment Regulations and to encourage the community to submit their input to the Mangaia Environment Officer for consideration. 

Numangatini Tangitamaiti Tereapii Ariki said, “The regulations consultation and input is for all, and will be held in the school to encourage but we want our youth to have a say, and also for those who are living within the Cook Islands and overseas.”

Members of the MIEA will meet in January next year to discuss the first phase of the regulations drafting following the islands annual Pukuru meeting.

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