We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this and all country upon which this work was created, including the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples.
We acknowledge that this land was stolen and never ceded – That the First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years – that this land always was and always will be their home.
We acknowledge the resilience and power of Indigenous voices, knowledge, and histories. There is a long way to go in decolonising mainstream education and academia, and Indigenous knowledge has an irreplaceable role to play in realising a just and sustainable future.
We pay our respects to the Elders past, present, and emerging, and recognise their continuing connection to country and culture.
We would like to thank:
The Australian National University, both its staff and students, for all of their help. Thank you for teaching us.
The ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society for their ongoing support for this project.
The Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science for the use of their recording studios and support in using them.
Jackson Wiebe for our theme music.
Nick would like to thank:
Sumi for dragging me into this mess <3. My family (and the wider Fenner Flower Family) for their love, friendship, and support. Edwina for all her tireless work, her wisdom, and encouragement.
Sumi would like to thank:
Nick for putting this website together, and also one (1) friendship. ABC Radio National and NPR for making the audio medium so damn sexy. Edwina and Saul for giving a pair of wee undergrads a shot at something special (we hope). Friends, family, and all the places that have inspired such wonder and love for the world all around us.