Bradley Moggridge, a Kamilaroi Researcher and Educator shares knowledge from experience in both Indigenous cultural practice and the scientific method.
Words by Bradley Moggridge, from his Editorial, 'Indigenous water knowledge and values in an Australasian context' in the Special issue of the Australasian journal of water resources (AJWR), 10th June 2021
"... a wide range of colonisation histories, democratic traditions and governance ... have contributed to a variety of ways in which Indigenous people have been engaged in water policy, governance and management. Access to water is not only managed by a diversity of mechanisms including Treaty and Settlements, Native Title and Land Rights but also includes situations where Indigenous people have been excluded from access to traditional water places, to water for sustenance and water as an economic resource."
Indigenous water knowledge and values in an Australasian context Bradley J. Moggridge. To cite this article: Bradley J. Moggridge (2021): Indigenous water knowledge and values in an Australasian context, Australasian Journal of Water Resources, DOI: 10.1080/13241583.2021.1935919 To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/13241583.2021.1935919