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|Main Title||Sustainable Land Sector Development in Northern Australia : Indigenous rights, aspirations, and cultural responsibilities /|
|ISBN||9780429471056; 042947105X; 9780429895586; 0429895585; 9780429895579; 0429895577; 9780429895562; 0429895569|
|Subjects||Aboriginal Australians--Australia--Northern Territory. ; Aboriginal Australians--Land tenure--Australia--Northern Territory. ; Sustainable development--Australia--Northern Territory. ; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / General. ; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies. ; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General. ; NATURE / Ecology ; NATURE / Environmental Conservation & Protection ; SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Physical|
|Collation||1 online resource.|
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2-way country-challenges for inclusive, equitable and prosperous development in North Australia / Joe Morrison, Peter Yu, and Melissa George -- Change and continuity : the North Australia cultural landscape / Ricky Archer, Jeremy Russell-Smith, Seán Kerins, Bob Costanza, Andrew Edwards, and Kamaljit Sangha -- Northern Australian history : dispossession, colonisation and the assertion of indigenous rights / Howard Pedersen and Stuart Philpott -- Economic development across the north : historical and current context of possible alternatives / Rolf Gerritsen, Peter Whitehead, and Natalie Stoeckl -- Towards a sustainable diversified land sector economy for North Australia / Jeremy Russell-Smith, Kamaljit K. Sangha, Robert Costanza, Ida Kubiszewski, and Andrew Edwards -- Resilient communities and eliable prosperity / Glenn James, Bentley James, Joe Morrison, and Douglas Paton -- "Like a rusty nail, you can never hold us blackfellas down" : cultural resilience in the southwest Gulf of Carpentaria / Seán Kerins and Jacky Green -- Governing North Australian landscapes for a better future / Allan Dale. Key Features: Provides clear and authoritative recommendations for managing fire in ecological and social contexts Authors are all international leaders in their fields and include not only academics but also leaders of Indigenous communities Explains Indigenous cultural and knowledge systems to a degree that has rarely been accessible to lay and academic readers outside specialized disciplines like Anthropology Responds to growing need for new approaches to managing human-ecological systems that are in greater sympathy with Australia's natural environments/climate, and value the knowledge of Indigenous people Timely for scholarly and interest groups intervention, as the Australian government is again looking to 'develop the north' Sustainable Land Sector Development in Northern Australia sets out a vision for developing North Australia based on a culturally appropriate and ecologically sustainable land sector economy. This vision supports both Indigenous cultural responsibilities and aspirations, as well as enhancing enterprise opportunities for society as a whole. In the past, well-meaning if often misguided policy agendas have failed - and continue to fail - North Australians. This book helps breach that gap by acknowledging and harnessing Indigenous cultural strengths and knowledge systems for looking after the country and its people, as part of a smart, novel and diversified ecosystem services economy.