Looking after country : examining conditions for effective community-based natural resource management in Aboriginal Australia
Over the last few decades Aboriginal land management (ALM) has received increased interest and investment as a strategy to both conserve Australia's environment and assist in improving Aboriginal livelihoods. Yet thirty years of international community based natural resource management (CBNRM) experience shows that attempting to combine conservation and livelihood goals and integrate local knowledge and interests into environmental management is a serious challenge, particularly in areas...[Show more]
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