Social and cultural dimension of water

Social and cultural dimension of water

Help synthesize natural and social sciences to better inform practical decision-making and effective management of socio-ecological systems and engage policy-makers and local communities in the research activities.

Coordinator: Juliana Silva França, Ph. D. (Universidade Vila Velha – UVV / Instituto Nacional da Mata Atlântica – INMA) and  Sue Jackson, Ph. D. (Griffith University).

Learn more about the projects carried out on the theme by the coordinators:

https://www.nespnorthern.edu.au/projects/track/social-and-cultural-values-project-nawfa/

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