Who are we?

The People and the Environment program at the National Museum of Australia explores the complex relationships Australians have with their physical environment.

We’re interested in the ways in which people’s lives shape and are shaped by the environment. We hope that by looking at what we’ve done in the past, and by talking with people to build our ecological understanding now, that we can respond to the challenges and the opportunities that flow from them in the future.

This blog features new work and ideas from staff working with the People and the Environment program and across the Museum.

Please add your comments and join the conversation.

Eleven people stand in two rows on grass, in front of a watercourse, and with trees in the background.

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