Indigenous peoples, cultures and knowledges

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The knowledges and cultures of Indigenous peoples, damaged and dismissed by the colonial project, bring country-centred perspectives to mitigating and managing the impacts of climate change and other environmental challenges.  This cluster frames its work through Indigenous protocols and governance.


Climate Change Adaptation in The Gambia: The Role of Kanyeleng Communication and Performance, Bonnie McConnell & Sheikh Omar Jallow, African Studies Review.

Renewable hydrogen will be produced on land traditionally owned by First Nations people: will its owners benefit?, Lily O’Neill, Fiona J Beck, Wenting Cheng, Australian Environment Review.

Aboriginal Community Governance on the Frontlines and Faultlines in the Black Summer Bushfires, Bhiamie Williamson, ANU Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research.


Energy insecurity during temperature extremes in remote Australia, Thomas Longden, Simon Quilty, Brad Riley, Lee V. White, Michael Klerck, Vanessa Napaltjari Davis & Norman Frank Jupurrurla, Nature Energy.