Rae Walker is an Emeritus Professor at La Trobe University, Melbourne. She has an extensive research and publication history, most of which is in relation to community-based organisations, how they operate and what they do. In recent years she has worked closely with the network of community-based health and social service organisations that are members of Enliven, to help them develop the evidence, frameworks and tools to adapt to the impacts of climate change.
Wendy Mason has widespread experience in service, project and partnership management in a range of health, social services and local government settings. As the former Executive Officer of Enliven she supported organisations to translate and apply research into practical actions that result in capable organisations and healthier and more resilient local communities.
Contributors: Kerry Arabena, Guy Barnett, Peng Bi, Helena Bishop, Kathryn Bowen, Susie Burke, Matthew Carroll, Alyssa Duncan, Brad Farrant, Sharon Friel, John Gardner, Emily Hamilton, Alana Hansen, Scott Hanson-Easey, Greg Hunt, Jonathan Kingsley, Margaret Loughnan, Karl Mallon, Jacqui Meyers, Debra Parkinson, Lyn Talbot, Aileen Thoms and Glenda Verrinder.