Lisa Petheram


Indigenous women's preference for climate change adaptation and aquaculture development to build capacity in the Northern Territory

Abstract Research was carried out on South Goulburn Island, Northern Territory, to improve understandings of local, Indigenous people’s dependency on marine resources, and of their perspectives on climate change, and aquaculture as a means towards adapting to climate change. Workshops and interviews were carried out...
Journal article

Stay or leave? Potential climate change adaptation strategies among Aboriginal people in coastal communities in northern Australia

Coastal northern Australia is largely owned and occupied by Aboriginal people who are strongly connected to their traditional country. We assess the views of Aboriginal people in Arnhem Land on the impacts of climate change and their possible precautionary responses to both sea level rise...