Narrative Ecologies of Warragamba Dam
This interdisciplinary environmental humanities project focuses on the proposed raising of the Warragamba Dam wall in the lower Blue Mountains in NSW, Australia.
This interdisciplinary environmental humanities project focuses on the proposed raising of the Warragamba Dam wall in the lower Blue Mountains in NSW, Australia. It explores the role of narrative in analysing and responding to socio-environmental controversies. The project aims to develop new resources for enhancing community understanding and involvement in these complex issues, utilising narrative to enable responses that are creative, inclusive, and just.
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