The Fenner School is home to a number of researchers who are making important scholarly contributions to understanding the relationship between Indigenous Australians and the environment. Our research focuses on the historical and contemporary involvement of Indigenous peoples in environmental management, Indigenous peoples’ worldviews of sustainability and the challenge of water scarcity for Indigenous communities in Australia.
|Agricultural Capacity of the Indigenous Estate||Current|
|Booderee National Park & Surrounds||Current|
|Centre for Water and Landscape Dynamics||Current|
|Conservation of freshwater ecosystems in the Murray-Darling Basin||Current|
|Victorian Forest Biodiversity and Conservation||Current|