The development of sustainable wildlife enterprises in remote Indigenous communities of Australia: success factors and institutional barriers
This seminar examines the viability of a wildlife enterprise in Maningrida that targets animal three species for commercial sale: saltwater crocodiles, northern long-necked turtles and tarantula spiders. Whilst the crocodile and turtle industries are well established, the tarantula spider industry is an emergent industry. The seminar will focus upon the broad range of factors influencing the development of the enterprise and its on-going viability. Particular attention will be paid to: the...[Show more]
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