Law for country: The structure of Warlpiri ecological knowledge and its application to natural resource management and ecosystem stewardship
Indigenous Ecological Knowledge (IEK) is deeply encoded in social processes. Our research shows that from an Indigenous perspective, IEK is a way of living whose core aim is to sustain the healthy functioning of people and country through relationships of
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