The Uunguu Monitoring and Evaluation Committee: Intercultural Governance of a Land and Sea Management Programme in the Kimberley, Australia

May 2017 — Ecological Management & Restoration 18(2):124-133
DOI: 10.1111/emr.12257

Beau Austin, Tom Vigilante, Stuart Cowell, Zerika Clement

The importance of Indigenous peoples’ and their ancestral estates for the maintenance and protection of biodiversity, ecosystem function, threatened species and cultural diversity is clear. Due to their nature, processes and tools to measure the impact of intercultural Indigenous land and sea management partnerships need to be innovative and adapta…

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