New paper: ‘How to make climate change research relevant for Indigenous communities in Torres Strait, Australia’

Originally posted on Claire O'Neill:

On fieldwork in the Torres Strait

My first peer-reviewed article, which I co-authored with Donna Green and Willie Lui, is now available online. In it, we explore possible explanations of why one island in the Torres Strait issued a public refusal to allow further scientific research on climate change on their island – despite general recognition that adapting to climate change is an important priority for Torres Strait communities.

If you aren’t able to access it through the link provided, please feel free to contact me. I am more than happy to email you a copy.

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