What can two rivers tell us about the future of Indigenous environmental governance? Students from Aotearoa New Zealand and Latin America came together through the Latin America CAPE's Winds of Change programme to find out.
'Rapa Nui Theatre: Staging Indigenous Identities in Easter Island' describes Dr Moira Fortin Cornejo’s experience living on Rapa Nui and gives rare insights into its fascinating performance traditions.
New research is examining how Indigenous values can make the blue economy more culturally relevant, economically impactful, and environmentally sustainable.
We must change how we manage water urgently, say a team of young leaders from Chile and Aotearoa, who united under the CAPE Winds of Change programme to explore indigenous solutions to water problems.
The Centres of Asia-Pacific Excellence assembled three leading academics and three tertiary students to talk about sustainability leadership, science and action from an Asia-Pacific perspective.