Incentives and constraints to Indigenous engagement in water management
Until very recently, water policy and management has not included Indigenous knowledge, despite its relevance to sustainability. However, the Australian government, through the National Water Commission (NWC), started to recognise that effective and sustainable water management can be enhanced by integrating scientific and traditional knowledge, by encouraging Indigenous engagement. The National Water Commission's 2009 biennial assessments found that most jurisdictions in Australia did not have...[Show more]
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