Government support for Indigenous cultural and natural resource management in Australia: The role of the Working on Country program
In Australia national concerns about climate change, biodiversity loss, water quantity and quality and land degradation have high priority on the government's environment agenda. With this comes the opportunity to strategically integrate Indigenous land and sea management into plans for tackling these challenges, not least because the Indigenous estate - which includes some of the most biodiverse lands in Australia - continues to increase as a result of successful land and native title claims...[Show more]
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