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Indigenous people core to success in northern development push Policies for northern development must account for the realities of the extensive...
In December 2013, the Joint Select Committee on Northern Australia invited submissions to inform its consideration of policies for developing...
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In June 2013, I-Tracker Officer Christy Davies and South Cape York Catchments Manager Jason Carroll joined the Lama Lama Rangers at Lilyvale Station...
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ATSEA Northern Australia Study Tour Story Report booklet
This report provides a record of a study tour to Darwin and north east Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, Australia, by ten participants from the Republic of Indonesia and the Democratic Republic...
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A collaborative effort in the remote north Kimberley is drawing on extensive Indigenous Knowledge and state-of-the-art tools and technology to...
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The IUCN World Parks Congress is a landmark global forum on protected areas held every ten years. As the world’s most influential gathering of people...
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This discussion paper outlines the issues and responses required to maintain relative autonomy in collaboration for natural and cultural heritage conservation, as elements of a "beyond respect"...
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Looking After Country: The NAILSMA I-Tracker story chronicles a revolutionary approach to land and sea management by Indigenous rangers. For the first time, the experiences of nearly twenty different...
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The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd (NAILSMA) and Live & Learn Environmental Education (Live & Learn) developed this manual as part of NAILSMA’s Carbon...
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The Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation, Uunguu Rangers, NAILSMA and CSIRO are working together to develop a new method for monitoring marine turtles (Mangguru) and dugongs (Balguja). The...
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