Social benefits of Aboriginal engagement in Natural Resource management
This paper examines the social benefits of Aboriginal engagement in natural resource management (NRM) in New South Wales (NSW). It first explores what may be meant by Aboriginal engagement in NRM and then outlines the NSW policy context in which that occurs. Before examining the social benefits evident in NSW, the paper reviews the literature on social benefits emerging internationally and in other Australian jurisdictions. Returning to NSW, the paper outlines the scope of Aboriginal...[Show more]
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