Welcome Zoe de Castro, our Research Assistant for Phase 2!

We are excited to welcome Zoe de Castro onto the team as the research assistant for Phase 2 of the project. Zoe recently completed her Masters of Agricultural Science (majoring in Food Sustainability) from the University of Melbourne. She is passionate about building food systems which are place-based, equitable, sustainable and climate-resilient. She has experience […]

Being non-Indigenous allies in the Anaiwan Landback Campaign

As part of the Armidale Climate and Health project community consultation process we learnt was that care for Country was central for Indigenous community health and also planetary health. The question of how to be a non-Indigenous ally in this process was a really big question. We responded to it by thinking about the differences […]