The importance of the land to wellbeing cannot be understated, which is why strategies to combat and manage the impacts of climate change are crucial. Aboriginal people have been using generational knowledge of land and sea management in response to changing climates over thousands of years.
Aboriginal people bring a unique perspective to the climate change conversation, informed by over 70,000 years of close observation and relationship with the environment. This collaborative project between the Narran Lakes Joint Management Committee and Worimi Lands Conservation Board explores this knowledge to find cultural solutions to understand and live with climate change.
Climate change is a threat; but it is also a chance to connect. An imaginative project from artist-led gallery Pari brought together innovative arts practitioners and Indigenous knowledge holders to help communities of Western Sydney strengthen community connections and build resilience.
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