Pandemic Resonance and Indigenous Vibrations
Using media to explore the environmental impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on well-being and bring focus to the importance of sonic vibration in our world and lived experience.
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.
Sites of Violence
Merging artistic and academic understandings of our responses to unseen violence, so as to build our capacity to stand in its truth.
Anti-Mining Community Movements
Working with Australian communities to build a framework for investigating environmental justice.
Carceral Climates in Australian Prisons
Exposing the systematic weaponisation of climates as forms of control and punishment.
Climate Change Hotspots
Exploring stakeholder response to climate change and how they are influenced by and influence risk constructions.
Nature-Based Solutions in the City
Exploring nature-based solutions to urban climate change adaptation through an environmental justice lens.
Financing a Climate-Uncertain Future
Exploring interpretations of resilience within Australia’s finance and governance sectors.
Resource Legacies and Impacted Communities
Examining the knowledges produced, contested and valued in debates over natural resource management.
Unsettling Ecological Poetics
Exploring and disrupting the interrelations between languages, lives and worlds through voice, story, image, history and imagination.
Neighbourhood Heat Stress Response
Creating policy that delivers evidence-based heat-health advice based on on-going experimental studies.
Stories of Kabul Through Its Trees
Reconceptualising the capacity of trees to serve as communicators of culture and markers of passing time.
Sustainability on Campus
Developing a sustainability strategy by putting the University's research into practice.
The Global Shift to Renewables
Exposing gaps in the governance and accountability of renewable global supply chains.
Low Carbon Transition in the Energy Sector
Developing innovative policies and practice to assist Australia’s renewable energy transition.
Building an Understanding of Best Practice Local Food Interventions
An investigation into the shared discursive elements of the emerging municipal policy discourses on food.
Eco-Epistemologies of One Tree Island
How coral reef ecosystems are defined by science, material flows and global systems of capitalism.
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.
The Re-(E)mergence of Nature in Culture
How Indigenous philosophies, knowledge and practices recognise complex links between culture and nature to challenge environmental crisis.
Everyday Militarisms and Climate Emergency
How has the climate emergency been militarised, both in its response and in the discourse we use to address it?
Climate Justice and Problems of Scale
Exploring climate change as a social, historical and cultural force that transforms all lives, but not always equally.
Community Engagement in Food Governance
Facilitating collaborative, inclusive and diverse dialogues that amplify community voice and value multiple food perspectives and identities.
Capital, the State and Climate Change in Aotearoa
Climate change policy and the role of the agricultural sector in New Zealand’s economy and society.
How cultures understand relations among salt water and terra firma in the course of anthropogenic climate change.
Environmental Disasters and Just Governance
Investigating the role of justice in governing responses to large-scale and intersecting disasters.
Evaluating FoodLab Sydney
An in-depth analysis of food insecurity across the Sydney LGA, enabling a better understanding of who is most affected by a lack of easily accessible foods.
The Ecology of Subtropical Reefs
How can complex marine ecosystems be sustainably maintained and managed under climate change?