Providing for social equity in water markets: the case for an Indigenous reserve in northern Australia
Introduction Across tropical northern Australia there is a significant Indigenous population which suffers from chronic socio-economic disadvantage. Against a backdrop of federally led national water reform, Indigenous peoples in jurisdictions across the region are seeking to have their social, cultural, and economic aspirations recognised and supported in water-sharing and market frameworks (Lingiari Foundation, 2002; Armstrong, 2008; NAILSMA, 2010). Currently there are no exclusive Indigenous...[Show more]
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