Issue 280 – Heal Country!
When Country is healthy, we’re healthy. This issue, we’re celebrating NAIDOC week by speaking to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples leading CSIRO’s research. From research co-designed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and commissioned by communities, to protecting Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property, we’re celebrating the ways Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are leading the way in sustainable futures for communities and Country.
Seeking First Nations’ input into the future of edible insects in Australia
New collaborations and First Nations co-developed initiatives can unlock the potential of the edible insect industry in Australia.
Taking Indigenous training to the high seas
The next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander STEM professionals are gaining unique training and experience at sea through a new program aboard RV Investigator.
Designing digital health with community
Digital health solutions could do great things for the wellness and wellbeing of Indigenous communities. But respect and trust between researchers and community is key.
Turning up the heat on marine climate adaptation
In the face of climate change, innovative science and cultural knowledge will be critical for protecting ecosystems, marine life and livelihoods.
Linking Indigenous ecological knowledge and Western science
Language is powerful. It is one way that we, as humans, share knowledge, stories and what matters to us. In partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) has been linking language and ancestral, Indigenous ecological knowledge to Western science in its biodiversity data infrastructure.