Environmental Justice in Collaborative Research and Adaptive Policymaking, Sydney, Australia

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Environmental Justice in Collaborative Research and Adaptive Policymaking, Sydney, Australia

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Research Question

What are the best practices for integrating questions of justice and equity into interdisciplinary collaborative grant-writing across the social sciences, particularly for environmental and energy policy-making?

Significance

To build knowledge on collaborative grant-writing practices and the integration of justice and equity into environmental policy-making processes.

Methods Used

Interviewing, document analysis, and participant observation.

Conclusions/Outcomes

The US and Australia share both a settler-colonial history and boom/bust energy extraction economies that offer interesting parallels of experience and opportunities for learning in the areas of adaptation, transition, and the integration of environmental justice into policy making processes.

Publication Date

2017

Department

Political Science

Disciplines

Political Science

Environmental Justice in Collaborative Research and Adaptive Policymaking, Sydney, Australia

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