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.
Securing a steady livelihood from the ocean
After years of mutual learning, a safety net is in place for the Torres Strait Beche-de-mer Fishery.
How science found liquid gold in the desert
Researchers have teamed up to uncover an ancient buried water source in South Australia.
Reflections on the first national-scale snapshot of Indigenous engagement in marine science
Engagement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in marine research can deliver mutual benefits for researchers and Indigenous people. A new survey has investigated scientists’ motivations, perceptions and practices for engaging Traditional Owners.
First Indigenous-led guidelines on knowledge sharing welcomed
More than 100 Indigenous contributors have created Australia’s first guidelines on how to best strengthen and share Indigenous knowledge in land and sea management.
A unique collaboration explores the future of our oceans
What if we could imagine a better, more sustainable future for our oceans? Future Seas 2030 is an innovative, interdisciplinary project doing exactly that.
Three practical ways to support Indigenous landscape burning in Australia
How can we support cross-cultural Indigenous fire partnerships to manage Australia's landscape?
Dr Ro Hill on the promise of Environmental Stewardship
With nature declining at an alarming rate, Dr Ro Hill spoke about the promise of environmental stewardship at her Bob Hawke Centre lecture in Adelaide.