Indigenous biocultural knowledge in ecosystem science and management: Review and insight from Australia
Ens, Emilie-Jane; Pert, P.L.; Clarke, Philip A.; Budden, Marita; Clubb, Lilian; Doran, Bruce; Douras, Cheryl; Gaikwad, Jitentra; Gott, Beth; Leonard, Sonia; Locke, John; Packer, Joanne; Turpin, Gerry; Wason, Steve
Worldwide, environmental conservation directives are mandating greater inclusion of Indigenous people and their knowledge in the management of global ecosystems. Colonised countries such as the United States of America, New Zealand and Australia have responded with an array of policy and programs to enhance Indigenous involvement; however, balancing Indigenous and non-Indigenous priorities and preferred management methods is a substantial challenge. Using Australia as a case study, we...[Show more]
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