Research and publications written or recommended by ARLASH members


Future Earth Project
Future Earth is a global platform for international scientific collaboration, providing the knowledge required for societies in the world to face risks posed by global environmental change and to seize opportunities in a transition to global sustainability.

Ecosystems and Human Well-being
World Health Organisation Health Synthesis

Farm Family Health and Landscape Health
A health impact assessment of the extensiont components of the sustainable native pastures project.

Forests as Landscapes for Reconciliation
Achieving reconciliation involves raising awareness and knowledge of Indigenous history and culture, changing attitudes that are often based on myths and misunderstandings, and encouraging action where everyone plays their part in building a better relationship between us as fellow Australians.

Indigenous Natural and Cultural Resource Management and Health
Healthy country: healthy people


Kerry Arabena. 2015 Becoming Indigenous to the Universe: Reflections on living systems, indigenity and citizenship

Valerie Brown & John Harris. 2014. The Human Capacity for Transformational Change. Harnessing the Collective Mind, London, Routledge

Charles Massy. 2011. Breaking the Sheep’s Back, Australia, UQP

Books in preparation include Charles Massy Transforming the Earth; Kerry Arabena Logos in Locus: Landscape, People and Health; Julia Wolfson Deep Powers in Organisational Change; and Kate Andrews The Circular Conundrum: the myth of the North.