National Indigenous Dialogue on Climate Change

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Morgan, Monica; Morgan-Bulled, Damian; Bullio, Rowena; Hopkins, Mandy; Hill, Ro ORCID ID icon; Talbot, Leah; Lyons, Pethie; Sheppard, Marian; Gorring, Ariadne; Johnston, Sam; Baldwin, Larissa; Karoly, David ORCID ID icon; Bolsenius, J; Brady, Landon; Bux, J; Clubb, K; Clubb, R; Cooper, Sonia; Cushion, A; Neal, Paul Djungan; more

Morgan, Monica; Morgan-Bulled, Damian; Bullio, Rowena; Hopkins, Mandy; Hill, Ro ORCID ID icon; Talbot, Leah; Lyons, Pethie; Sheppard, Marian; Gorring, Ariadne; Johnston, Sam; Baldwin, Larissa; Karoly, David ORCID ID icon; Bolsenius, J; Brady, Landon; Bux, J; Clubb, K; Clubb, R; Cooper, Sonia; Cushion, A; Neal, Paul Djungan; Flugge, Kelvin; Fourmile, J; Gilbert, J; Gilbert, R; Gudju Gudju, G; Jakobi, c; James, L; Joseph, J; Kerr, B; Kulka, A; Lawerence, M; Liezenga, K; Locke, J; McNeair, Bianca; Martin, B; Morgan, G; Mumbulla, M; Pattinson, A; Pattinson, M; Power, A; Power, A; Romagnoli, Z; Steffensen, K; Stuart, H; Thompson, Suzanne; Turpin, Gerry; Walker, C; Wason, S; Watkins, S; Willis, K; Wilson, J; Whyman, D; Chung, Christine; Chung, Christine; Dobrohotoff, Peter ORCID ID icon; Marsland, Simon ORCID ID icon; Moise, Aurel; Ramsay, Hamish ORCID ID icon; Trenham, Claire ORCID ID icon; Wilson, Ben less


2020-10-01


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Developing the National Indigenous Dialogue on Climate Change Australia’s Indigenous peoples identify the changes to country as a consequence of climate change and have previously collaborated with scientists and academic researchers. There are many climate change dialogues regularly occurring with respective Indigenous groups and partners across Australia.1 The Earth Systems and Climate Change (ESCC) Hub of the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program (NESP) needed to engage with Indigenous peoples to understand if climate change information could be relevant and beneficial to Indigenous communities, and to explore ways to build partnerships and linkages between Indigenous knowledge and scientific knowledge about climate change. The ESCC Hub aim is ongoing collaboration and mutual benefit in enhancing a two-way understanding of climate change.


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Morgan, Monica; Morgan-Bulled, Damian; Bullio, Rowena; Hopkins, Mandy; Hill, Ro; Talbot, Leah; Lyons, Pethie; Sheppard, Marian; Gorring, Ariadne; Johnston, Sam; Baldwin, Larissa; Karoly, David; Bolsenius, J; Brady, Landon; Bux, J; Clubb, K; Clubb, R; Cooper, Sonia; Cushion, A; Neal, Paul Djungan; Flugge, Kelvin; Fourmile, J; Gilbert, J; Gilbert, R; Gudju Gudju, G; Jakobi, c; James, L; Joseph, J; Kerr, B; Kulka, A; Lawerence, M; Liezenga, K; Locke, J; McNeair, Bianca; Martin, B; Morgan, G; Mumbulla, M; Pattinson, A; Pattinson, M; Power, A; Power, A; Romagnoli, Z; Steffensen, K; Stuart, H; Thompson, Suzanne; Turpin, Gerry; Walker, C; Wason, S; Watkins, S; Willis, K; Wilson, J; Whyman, D; Chung, Christine; Chung, Christine; Dobrohotoff, Peter; Marsland, Simon; Moise, Aurel; Ramsay, Hamish; Trenham, Claire; Wilson, Ben. National Indigenous Dialogue on Climate Change. NESO website: NESP ESCC Hub; 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/102.100.100/375935?index=1



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