It’s NAIDOC Week and this year’s host city is Cairns in tropical north Qld. This week we are highlighting our research projects that are collaborating closely with Indigenous organisations across the north. We have projects underway that are making Indigenous knowledge and science more accessible and useful to Indigenous decision makers, better valuing Indigenous land management programs, supporting Indigenous natural resource management and improving how we can include Indigenous values in water allocation planning. Completed projects have identified lessons and protocols for Indigenous fire management partnerships, investigated waste and marine debris issues in remote northern Australian communities and identified research priorities for the north’s Indigenous Protected Areas.
Hub researchers from CSIRO, James Cook University and the Queensland government have been in the field working with Indigenous rangers […]
Sustainable management and development of natural resources routinely includes economic valuation of the benefits that individuals gain from nature. But […]
Two Hub researchers presented their work at the Australian Society of Fish Biology 2017 conference in Albany, WA, which wrapped up on […]
Our Northern Hub Newsletter highlights what's going on in our research projects across northern Australia. It includes latest findings, what's coming up and what this all means for sustainable development and land and water management in the region. See the Hub Newsletter for more information.
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