[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT0991193]
Researchers A/Prof CR Gibson
Brief description This research will enable better understanding of the ways in which households respond to governmental imperatives to become more sustainable in their own circumstances. It will reveal unheralded patterns of adaptation and innovative responses among ordinary households to the problems of climate change, financial crisis, and demographic transition. Funding this research will provide an opportunity for government to listen to Australian households, and to learn from their experiences as they grapple with contemporary economic, environmental and demographic challenges. It will enhance Australia's ability to become more environmentally sustainable, strengthen the social fabric of communities and reveal vernacular forms of innovation culture.
Funding Amount $686,400
Funding Scheme Future Fellowships