Liz Charpleix

Liz Charpleix on a sleigh pulled by huskies in the snow. Liz Charpleix is a PhD candidate and a member of WRaIN, the Water Research and Innovation Network, at UNE. With previous tertiary studies in hospitality, business, arts, fine arts and accounting, and careers in hospitality management and public accounting, she is now researching the ways in which water is, could and should be valued.

She has begun publishing her work, with one peer-reviewed paper, 'The Whanganui River as Te Awa Tupua: place-based law in a legally pluralistic society', published in The Geographical Journal in March 2018, and a chapter titled ‘Accounting for water: From past practices to future possibilities’ in the anthology Water Policy, Imagination and Innovation: Interdisciplinary Approaches, (Routledge, 2018) edited by Robyn Bartel, Louise Noble, Jacqueline Williams and Stephen Harris.