Utilisation of native wildlife by Indigenous Australians: Commercial considerations
This paper is based on a submission to the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee Inquiry into the commercial use of Australian native wildlife. It uses secondary sources and is also based on primary research. - Indigenous Australians have a special interest in commercial utilisation of wildlife due to their subsistence activities, religious associations with many species, present and future rights to tracts of land under land rights legislation and,...[Show more]
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