India’s rapid urbanisation and biodiversity decline together have critical global implications, but the complex social dimensions of Indian urban biodiversity are overlooked in current planning.Read More
This project aims to strengthen understandings of race and labour relations in Australia’s horticultural industry. Using an innovative historical-anthropological approach, this project will generate new insights into race and labour relations that can improve the equity and sustainability of horticultural industry workforces, and strengthen belonging within rural communities.Read More
The natural hazard sector is broadening its agenda to prioritise disaster resilience, including a greater emphasis on community engagement, and the risk and resilience issues of culturally diverse peoples.Read More
In the last 400 years, objects from Western Australia have circulated through global, national and local collecting networks. Some of the first objects through which Europeans imagined Australia came from Western Australia.Read More
This project argues that religion influences urban development in India and must inform policy.
India's scale and speed of urbanisation makes its sustainable urban development critical globally, yet modernist urban planning has failed to address slum growth, poverty, gender inequality and ecological crises.Read More