Indigenous action in threatened species research and management

Date: 01, Jun, 2017
Author(s): Catherine Robinson   Stephen Garnett   Josie Carwardine   Tom Duncan   Robin Leppitt   Kerstin Zander   |   Catherine Robinson, Stephen Garnett Josie Carwardine, Tom Duncan, Robin Leppitt, Kerstin Zander, Bundjalung of Byron Bay Aboriginal Corporation (Arakwal), Tiwi Land Council
Publisher: TSR Hub

Project 6.2 Most threatened species ranges overlap with Indigenous lands. Many Indigenous people and groups already play an active role in the management of many threatened species but there is still a lot of opportunity to increase and formalise Indigenous involvement in threatened species management. This project will look at threatened species habitat and existing conservation activities on Indigenous land, and will identify new opportunities for Indigenous people to participate in protecting and recovering Australia’s threatened species. The project will also work with Indigenous partners to co-develop a cross-cultural approach to plan, deliver and monitor on-ground threatened species recovery activities.

6.2_Indigenous Collaboration Factsheet_V4.pdf