Guiding investment into Indigenous resource management

12 November 2018

Indigenous cultural and natural resource management (ICNRM) generates many environmental, social and economic benefits, yet potentially remains under-valued and under-resourced despite crucial government and Indigenous community investment. Led by Dr Marcus Barber from CSIRO, new Hub research is exploring the assessment needs of three key non-government ICNRM investor types – Indigenous corporations and communities, large shareholder corporations, and philanthropic investors. This project will help investment in the ICNRM sector continue to expand and diversify into the future.

Indigenous cultural and natural resource management would benefit from non-government investment, photo Glenn Campbell.

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