Current projects include:

  1. Market Study of MDB-Funded Climate-Related Commercial Opportunities in South Pacific Island States.
  2. Language, Memory and Landscape Book. (co-edited by Dr Ken Pratt and Dr Scott Heyes): Preparation of an edited volume on Indigenous knowledge and understandings of Arctic and boreal landscapes, including chapters prepared by Indigenous and non-Indigenous experts relating to the geographical regions of Greenland, Alaska, Arctic Canada, and Siberia.
  3. Understanding Indigenous Fijian Knowledge Systems. This project involves Indigenous students from the University of Canberra travelling to remote locations in Fiji. The program provides opportunities for the Indigenous Australian students to meet and discuss issues with their Indigenous counterparts studying at the University of South Pacific and Fiji National University, and to meet and learn about Indigenous Fijian knowledge through visits to remote Fijian villages.  Funded by the New Colombo Plan, Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2017-2019).