Pastoralism, sustainability and self determination in Central Australia : aboriginal multiple land use at Utopia
The contemporary pastoral industry in Central Australia has a history of Aboriginal displacement and exploitation, yet has provided Aboriginal people with employment and a continued connection with the land. The industry currently faces economic problems within a restructuring national economy, and environmental problems as it confronts the unsustainability of its past practices and their impact upon a fragile arid environment
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