Self-organising Systems to Minimise Future Disaster Risk
Examining community responses to shock climate events. This project focuses on the organisation of spontaneous community networks of support in…
Climate Disaster and Adaptation Cluster
Multi-disciplinary research to build community resilience to disasters and climate change.
Human-Kangaroo Relations: Reconciling Knowledges, Perceptions, and Practices
Investigating the diverse perceptions, knowledges and practices shaping kangaroo-human relations in Australia.
Future Climate Imaginaries
How are communities already acting in response to climate-changed futures?
The Urban Field Naturalist Project
Wildlife exists all around us: in our backyards, on our balconies, in parks and disused industrial areas.
How scientists, diverse animals, and local human communities are adaptively learning to relate to one another.
Narrative Ecologies of Warragamba Dam
This interdisciplinary environmental humanities project focuses on the proposed raising of the Warragamba Dam wall to explore the role of…
Developing systems and capacities to protect animals in catastrophic fires
Supporting communities in caring for domestic and wild animals in the face of future catastrophic fires.
Ecologies of Forgotten Urban Ecosystems
How should the planning, development, maintenance and use of cities shift, based on recognition that many species call them home?
Young People and Climate Distress: What Do Clinicians Need to Know?
How is climate distress being experienced by youth?
Moving from responsibility to accountability: emission reductions and investing for a Net Zero world.
Propelled by the race towards a low-carbon economy, private and public sector investors from superfunds to university endowments are setting…
Powering a Pacific-led Renewable Energy Transformation
Investigating the public and private ingredients necessary to bring sustainable renewable energy projects to the Pacific.
A Just Transition Away from Coal in Australia
Is a just transition from coal possible in Australia? As the climate emergency worsens and as heads of state prepare…
Working across three sites in Australia and India, this project works to amplify grounded and transformative imaginaries.
Examining the sustainability of renewable and traditional energy resource projects through assessing their social and environmental impacts.
Concepts and Practices of Multispecies Justice
Bringing insights and ideas to help question and dismantle the injustices that define the multi-species relations of our world.
Tiwi Song Culture and Loss
Exploring the interconnections between Tiwi song and mourning in the context of community, creativity and culture.
The Living Archive
Exploring the cultural, political, and ethical dimensions of biodiversity loss in the Pacific region.
An exploration of how particular animals make sense of their worlds, and how they understand and interact with changing environments.
Creating Just Food and Energy Policy
In a rapidly changing world, how do the principles of environmental justice help us implement truly just transition policies?
Climate Justice and Problems of Scale
Exploring climate change as a social, historical and cultural force that transforms all lives, but not always equally.
Anti-Mining Community Movements
Working with Australian communities to build a framework for investigating environmental justice.
Low Carbon Transition in the Energy Sector
Developing innovative policies and practice to assist Australia’s renewable energy transition.