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Living into Indigenous landscapes: learning for regenerative futures
OzEE News (2019)
  • Sandra Wooltorton, The University of Notre Dame Australia
  • Anne Poelina, The University of Notre Dame Australia
  • Len Collard, The University of Western Australia
  • Pierre Horwitz, Edith Cowan University
  • Ms Sandra Harben, University of Western Australia
  • Dr David Palmer, Murdoch University
  • Marilyn Palmer, Edith Cowan University
  • Peta White, Deakin University
  • Ms Catrina Aniere, Millennium Kids
In 2019, outrage against climate change inaction and sadness about species loss fostered major movements
locally and globally. As environmental educators and activists, we celebrated the International Year of Indigenous
Languages, fully aware that in the blink of an eye in geological time, Western civilisation has brought us to
the brink. Meanwhile Indigenous lands including Australia are experiencing Indigenous language and cultural
resurgence. People like Patrick Dodson, Anne Poelina and Tyson Yunkaporta have long explained that Indigenous
knowledges are the key to regeneration of life on earth.
  • Climate change,
  • species loss,
  • Indigenous knowledges
Publication Date
Summer December 14, 2019
ISSN: ISSN 1034-6600
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Citation Information
Sandra Wooltorton, Anne Poelina, Len Collard, Pierre Horwitz, et al.. "Living into Indigenous landscapes: learning for regenerative futures" OzEE News Iss. 149 (2019) p. 9 - 9
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