PUBLISHED: journal article which reports findings from participatory field research in Fiji
12 February 2020
Managing multifunctional landscapes: Local insights from a Pacific Island Country context Journal of Environmental Management 260: 109692

CONFERENCE: Climate-Smart Agriculture Global Science Conference
8 October 2019
Bryan Boruff presented progress on the prototype geospatial application and testing.

CONFERENCE: Oceania Ecosystem Services Forum
5 September 2019
Renata Varea presented research findings from Fiji focused on understanding the impacts of climate shocks on local beneficiaries of ecosystem services.

PUBLISHED: proceedings from the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial conference
23 August 2019
Kevin Davies, John Duncan and Nathan Wales attended #FOSS4G2019 and the full paper is online An open-source mobile platform for promoting climate-smart livelihood-landscape systems in Fiji and Tonga.

CONFERENCE: Institute of Australian Geographers session on ‘Landscape narratives: stories of convergent connections.’
14 July 2019
Ellie Biggs co-coordinated the session and Helena Shojaei presented research reflecting on participatory approaches to social-science research in the development field.

New article in the Asian Development Research Institute newsletter
June 2019
Helena Shojaei and Ellie Biggs provide some reflective insights into Navigating the livelihood landscape of Tonga.

PUBLISHED: journal article detailing use of Agricultural Geographic Information (AGI) to help build climate resilience within smallholder communities
10 December 2018
Geographic information and communication technologies for supporting smallholder agriculture and climate resilience Climate 6(4): 97

New to the ACIAR social sciences blog
25 June 2018
Rebecca Cotton (graduate officer) provides an overview of our continuing research in her article Calming the Storm

LAUNCH EVENT Livelihoods and Landscapes
1st May 2018, Suva
This event was held for environmental change researchers and practitioners operating in the South Pacific. Around 40 people attended the event.