James Whelan (2001) A Thought Starter for the 2001 National Environment Movement Conference
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James Whelan & Sam La Rocca (2003). Presentation at Ecopolitics, Melbourne, 29 November.
James Whelan (2003)
James Whelan (2002). Keynote, International Education and Social Action Conference
James Whelan (2002) PhD thesis, Griffith University
Lyndon Schneiders (2003). Churchill Fellowship Report: an investigation of land use planning in remote areas to apply to the resolution of environmental, native title and development disputes in Northern Australia
John Hepburn’s (2005) Churchill Fellowship Report examines Community based, environmental sustainability initiatives in North America and Europe.
Everyone is a member of a community, and every community is continually changing. To successfully manage that change, community members need information. Research Methods for Community Change: A Project-Based Approach is an in-depth review of all of the research methods that communities use to solve problems, develop their resources, and protect their identities. With an…
Secrets and lies: the anatomy of an anti-environmental pr campaign What makes Secrets and Lies so unique and invaluable are the scores of documents upon which it is based – secret internal missives, strategies and tactics that served as the battle plan of the hidden propaganda war waged by a New Zealand state-owned logging company,…
Local Heroes gives voice to activists who have struggled over the last twenty years to change agendas at local, state, national and international levels. The book looks at ten issues, including lead pollution in inner city Sydney, heavy metal contamination in Port Kembla, the Coode Island chemical storage plant in Victoria, the Smogbusters campaign in…