Volume 6 Issue 1 March 2022 (Special Issue – Indigenous Knowledge, Resilience and Climate Change)

Introduction by the editor of the Special Edition on Indigenous Knowledge, Resilience and Climate Change 
(pp. 1-4)

Michael Davis
University of Canterbury

An integrated evaluation of mangrove health and ecosystem value to local inhabitants: a blended ecological and sociological approach
(pp. 5-29)

Suchindra Dayal
The University of the South Pacific

Hilda Waqa-Sakiti
The University of the South Pacific

Tammy Tabe
The University of the South Pacific

Simon Hodge
University College Dublin 

Waka hem no finis yet: Solomon Islands research futures
(pp. 30-49)

Kabini Sanga
Victoria University of Wellington  

Martyn Renolds
Victoria University of Wellington  

An analysis of ecosystem-based adaptations in Pacific Island countries
(pp. 50-68)

Jyoti Mala Prasad
The University of the South Pacific

Hilda Waqa-Sakiti
The University of the South Pacific

Viliamu Iese
The University of the South Pacific

Climate change awareness in educational spaces: Itaukei responses through Indigenous knowledge sharing – case study: Talanoa with Dr T podcast & Fijian communities
(pp. 69-76)

Tarisi Vunidilo
University of Hawaii-Hilo

Assessing the impacts of climate change on domestic crop production: Experience and perception of local farmers in North Malaita, Solomon Islands
(pp. 77-98)

Zina Bird
The University of the South Pacific

Viliamu Iese
The University of the South Pacific

Helene Jacot Des Combes
The National Disaster Management Office, The Republic of the Marshall Islands

Morgan Wairiu
Islands Knowledge Institute

Linda B.K Yuen
The University of the South Pacific

Beyond the air-conditioned boardroom: Bridging western and Fijian Indigenous knowledge in tourism research
(pp. 99 -123)

Dawn Gibson
The University of the South Pacific

Sera Vada
The University of the South Pacific

Patricia Bibi
The University of the South Pacific

Nanise Masau
The University of the South Pacific

Bronwyn Powell
Griffith University

Apisalome Movono
Massey University 

Johanna Loehr
Griffith University

Lachlan Guthrie
Griffith University

Wade Hadwen
Griffith University

Helen Johnson
Griffith University

Adapting and reacting to Covid-19: Tourism and resilience in the South Pacific
(pp. 124-150)

Apisalome Movono
Massey University

Regina Sheyvens
Massey University