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The Biodiversity Toolbox: Tools and Resources

  • Author: Australian Government
  • Publisher: Department of the Environment and Heritage
  • Published: 2004

Tools and Resources * Projects and Current Research * Discussion Networks * Reference Materials Benchmark 1 Commit to Change * Benefits of Biodiversity Conservation to Local Government * Australian Local…

The Biodiversity Toolbox: The Local and Regional Context

  • Author: Australian Government
  • Publisher: Department of the Environment and Heritage
  • Published: 2004

Overview Patches of remnant vegetation, habitat or plant and animal communities rarely fall neatly within the designated boundaries of any local government area. In addition, land-use practices in one area…

Working with Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resource Management: recommendations for Commonwealth agencies

  • Author: Natural Heritage Trust
  • Published: 2004

This short report is drawn from the workshop outcomes report of an Indigenous knowledge forum, held at Alice Springs on 28–29 May 2003. The purpose of this report is to…

Working with Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resource Management: guidelines for regional bodies

  • Author: Natural Heritage Trust
  • Publisher: Natural Heritage Trust, Department of the Environment and Heritage
  • Published: 2004

This short report is drawn from the Workshop Outcomes Report of an Indigenous Knowledge Forum, held at Alice Springs on 28–29 May 2003. The purpose of this report is to…

From Ceremony to CD-Rom: Indigenous Creative Industries in Brisbane

  • Authors: Keane, Michael, Hartley, John
  • Publisher: Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre, Queensland Univeristy of Technology
  • Published: 2001

This report is a mapping survey of Indigenous Creative Industries in the Brisbane region. The principal aims of the project were: – To identify and map creative industries activity by…

An Annotated and Select Bibliography on Rural and Remote Education in Australia

  • Author: Australian Human Rights Commission
  • Published: 2001

This bibliography has been prepared by the Rural Education, Research and Development Centre, Townsville, Qld according to guidelines established by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission to assist in…

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