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.
A new Hub project 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.
A new data portal from Hub researchers will allow free access to information on more than 1400 rare, threatened and […]
In the Gulf of Carpentaria, wet season floods replenish river channels and floodplain wetlands, and kickstart the growth of algae […]
Since the unprecedented mangrove dieback in 2015, James Cook University’s Dr Norm Duke has been leading a multi-Hub NESP project assessing […]
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