Discover the powerful role of Indigenous people in fighting climate change – and how their voices are being ignored.
Written by climate expert and Aboriginal Environmental Sustainability Scientist Toni Hay, this eye-opening book offers an illuminating introduction to the climate emergency and the essential role of Indigenous communities in preventing global environmental catastrophe. With a thorough exploration of the burden Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people face, along with the impact of our changing climate on their health, communities, and futures, Culture of Inclusion Indigenous Climate Adaptation also exposes the government’s lack of inclusion of the world’s most vulnerable people in their environmental plans and conversations.
Covering the alarming projections of climate change, the dangers that our changing planet has for vulnerable and disadvantaged groups, and the fundamental role Indigenous communities can play in mitigating and adapting to climate change, this book provides a practical look at how everyone can begin taking action to tackle climate change in our homes and communities.
Here’s just a little of what you’ll discover inside:
- A Breakdown of The Dangers of Climate Change To Indigenous Communities
- Why Climate Change Threatens Vulnerable and Disadvantaged People The Most – and How To Stop It
- How Our Infrastructure, Health, and Livelihoods Are At Risk
- Powerful Ways To Begin Educating People On Environmental Issues
- Practical Solutions For Indigenous Communities To Tackle Climate Change
- And Much More…
Perfect for environmental activists, climate scientists, and Indigenous peoples around the globe, Culture of Inclusion Indigenous Climate Adaptation is a must-read for anybody passionate about sustainable living and protecting the planet. No matter where you live or what community you’re a part of, these issues will have a dramatic impact on every corner of the glove – and our most vulnerable people will be forced to bear the brunt of it.
Buy now to discover the essential role of Indigenous communities in combating climate change today.
About the Author:
Toni Hay is an author, climate expert, and Environmental Sustainability Scientist with a passion for tackling climate change and protecting the planet. Being a descendent of the First Australians Nation of Gamilaraay and having grown up on Yolngu Country, she has a rich heritage and a deeply personal connection to the environment. She’s dedicated to helping raise awareness about the issues facing our climate and the vulnerable communities who bear the burden of climate change.
As the winner of the 2020 award for Queensland Women in STEM, Toni is driven to provide feasible and practical solutions to environmental issues across Australia, New Zealand and Oceania. She blends her scientific knowledge with her unique background, experiences and insights to offer meaningful ways for individuals and communities to embrace sustainability and help the world’s most vulnerable people.