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Australia : Turtley great way to educate on marine pollution. Sep 22, 2017 180
Heading home. Picone, Andrew Mar 1, 2015 806
Australia Culls 100,000 Feral Camels To Limit Environmental Damage, Plans To Kill Many More. Sep 14, 2012 413
Wuthathi come back to land: strong connections to country create opportunities to care for country explains Ray Wallis, a Wuthathi member. Wallis, Ray Sep 1, 2011 337
Cape York Peninsula: decades of hard work, relationship-building and trust are paying off as Aboriginal homelands are given back to Traditional Owners. Andrew Picone and Leah Talbot report on the historic result of the bold agreement to protect both natural and cultural values. Picone, Andrew; Talbot, Leah Sep 1, 2011 723
Caring for country: it is a long way from the Kakadu escarpment to the banks of the River Shine but for Jeffrey Lee, the senior Djok Traditional Owner of the Koongarra region, the latest leg of a long journey has been worth it. Sweeney, Dave Sep 1, 2011 898
Care for country. Jenkins, Suzanne Jan 1, 2011 326
Putting a value on wild harvest. McKaige, Barbara Oct 1, 2010 396
Health concerns relate to climate change in Canada's fourth world. Harries, Kate Aug 1, 2010 617
Care for country campaign. Jenkins, Suzanne Brief article Jul 1, 2010 253
Indigenous communities getting dumped in it. Again. As the Federal Government pursues controversial plans to dump nuclear waste in the Northern Territory, Justine Vaisutis takes a look back on a dirty industry and its devastating and long-lasting consequences for Indigenous people. Vaisutis, Justine Apr 1, 2010 930
The natural rivers of the north: an indigenous perspective: Leah Talbot is ACF's Cape York Program Officer, and also a Kuku-Yalanji woman. Her traditional country is north of Cairns in the Bloomfield and Daintree rainforest regions. Being an environmental campaigner as well as an Indigenous person, Leah has a unique perspective on the future of rivers in Northern Australia. McCaul, Justin Interview Apr 1, 2010 473
Early humans, not climate change, may have wiped out Australia's giant animals. Jan 25, 2010 428
Human rights at a price: is it acceptable in a nation as wealthy as Australia that the provision of basic human rights for indigenous people is contingent upon their acquiescence to government or private interest to mine? Vaisutis, Justine Report Aug 1, 2009 679
Aboriginal people will be among the hardest hit by climate change. Brief article Mar 1, 2009 203
Shifting tides: indigenous responses to global climate change. Peter, Stephanie; Raynor, Glenn Mar 22, 2008 681
The green frog and desalination: a Nyungar metaphor for the (mis-)management of water resources, Swan coastal Plain, Western Australia. McDonald, Edward; Coldrick, Bryn; Christensen, Will Report Mar 1, 2008 7988
Place literacies. Somerville, Margaret Report Jun 1, 2007 6871
Unique partnerships for a special environment. McCaul, Justin Jan 1, 2006 711
Northern Australia Program: people, culture, and nature. McCaul, Justin Aug 1, 2005 1151
Landmark guidelines for Indigenous involvement in NRM. Brief Article Jun 1, 2005 204
A new vision for regional management: the Wet Tropics Aboriginal Plan. Jun 1, 2005 552
Peter Garett returns to the western desert. Garrett, Peter Dec 1, 2003 915
Taking care of the country: the Irati Wanti campaign is working hard to protect the Australian `desert' from its new enemy, the remote dumping of radioactive waste. Vincent, Eve Dec 1, 2002 835

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