Results for Tag: Indigenous knowledge

The Conversation article: Climate change will strike Australia’s precious world heritage sites and Indigenous knowledge is a key defence

Bringing climate science and Indigenous knowledge systems together promises to produce better results for heritage protection as the climate changes. CMS member Dr Jess Melbourne-Thomas co-developed a climate change “toolkit” for World Heritage properties with site managers and Traditional Owners, to address these threats to Australia’s unique and special places of global significance, so their World Heritage values […]

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Australia state of the environment 2021 report: marine chapter

The SoE is an independent and evidence-based review, delivered every 5 years as a requirement of the EPBC Act, providing a comprehensive and authoritative assessment of the state of Australia’s environment. It aims to help shape policy and action, influence behaviour and assists in assessing our interventions as stewards of the Australian environment. The Marine […]

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