Pitch your idea for Elements in Indigenous Environmental Research a new Cambridge University Press print and digital book series.
Dr Clint Carroll
Professor Joy Porter
Dr Matthias Wong
Indigenous territories contain 85% of the world’s biodiversity and almost 20% of the carbon stored above and below ground in tropical forests.
Published by Cambridge University Press, Elements in Indigenous Environmental Research offers state-of-the-art interdisciplinary interventions within the rapidly growing area of Indigenous environmental research. The series investigates how environmental issues and processes relate to Indigenous socio-economic, cultural and political dynamics.
The Editors seek proposals on a range of issues, including water politics, Indigenous geographies of health & disease, bioprospecting and resource extraction, methodologies and approaches, ecologies of sovereignty, climate justice and activism, geopolitics and Indigenous territories, mobilities, migration and societal change.
Elements are concise books that allow authors to reach an influential readership that includes researchers, policy-makers, regulatory authorities, NGOs and activist groups in a timely manner.
Please send Matthias Wong a brief CV and a 250-word synopsis of how your Element in Indigenous Environmental Research will have research and policy impact.
We are a collaborative research group that works across disciplines and sectors to make treaties and environmental concerns central to education, policy and public understanding.
We welcome new collaborations with researchers, policy makers, governments and environmental enterprises.
Pitch your idea for Elements in Indigenous Environmental Research, a new Cambridge University Press print and digital book series.