Ensuring Indigenous benefit from large-scale renewable energy projects: Drawing on experience from extractive industry agreement making
In the coming decades Australia is set to see a dramatic expansion in renewable energy projects. It is likely that many of these will occur on land subject to Indigenous rights and interests. This paper looks to extractive industry experience in negotiating access and benefit sharing agreements with traditional owners to identify best practice to date. The paper concludes that while the guiding principles and the content of access and benefit sharing agreements may be quite similar between...[Show more]
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