Exploring the dangers of environmental catastrophe to Indigenous people and communities, Culture of Inclusion: Indigenous Climate Adaptation offers a down-to-earth look at solutions for healing the planet and powerful ways to educate others for positive change.
27 May 2021 – Toni Hay, an author, climate expert, and environmental sustainability scientist, has announced the release of her latest book, Culture of Inclusion: Indigenous Climate Adaptation. A thought-provoking piece on climate and the role of Indigenous communities in climate science, Hay’s latest work explores how Indigenous communities can help prevent a global environmental catastrophe while exposing the government’s failed efforts to include such communities in consequential environmental conversations.
Exposing readers to the powerful role of Indigenous people in the fight against climate change, readers explore the dangers of climate change to indigenous communities, learn how climate change threatens vulnerable and disadvantaged people, and develop an understanding of how to stop climate change threats to people, infrastructure, and health through education on environmental issues, adoption of practical solutions for indigenous communities, and more.
“I am excited to announce the release of Culture of Inclusion: Indigenous Climate Adaptation,” remarked Toni Hay. “This book comes at a consequential time for our climate and Indigenous communities, who bear the brunt of climate change and its effects. Readers from all backgrounds have much to learn about the intersection of these two fronts in this book.”
A must-read for environmental activists, climate scientists, Indigenous people, and others passionate about the planet and hoping to learn more about climate science, Culture of Inclusion: Indigenous Climate Adaptation is now available. Purchase a copy of the book here.
About The Author
Toni Hay is an author, climate expert, and environmental sustainability scientist with a passion for tackling climate change and protecting the planet. A descendent of the First Australians Nation of Gamilaraay who grew up in Yolngu Country, Hay has a rich heritage and deep personal connection to the environment. She is dedicated to helping raise awareness about the issues facing our climate and the vulnerable communities who bear the burden of climate change. Her latest work, Culture of Inclusion: Indigenous Climate Adaptation, is a thought-provoking piece on climate and the role of Indigenous communities. To learn more, follow Toni Hay on Facebook here.