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Savanna Fire Management

Live & Learn Animation image
Live & Learn Environmental Education has recently produced the animation Climate Change: Everyone's Business. It uses a fun approach to explain...
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A Carbon Guide image
Short guide on impact of and responses to climate change, particularly market and financial mechanisms for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Explains what climate change is, describes the carbon...
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The West Arnhem Land Fire Abatement (WALFA) partnership was awarded the Caring for Country Indigenous Award at the Banksia Awards ceremony in Sydney...
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International Public Forum on Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change
This book contains the proceedings of an International Public Forum on Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change 2008. A collaborative effort between Charles Darwin University (CDU), the United Nations...
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Design of Carbon Farming Initiative
This Consultation Paper was a first step in a dialogue with stakeholders about the Carbon Farming Initiative. All submissions were due by 21 January 2011.
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Emissions Trading UNU image
This is a short guide for Indigenous land managers and those who work with Indigenous communities to the phenomenon of climate change, and to ‘market’ and financial mechanisms for reducing greenhouse...
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Footprint Postcard
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1st of Dec, 2009
Report by Joe Morrison, NAILSMA CEO, on NAILSMA's participation in the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, December 2009 Whilst...
The Biggest Estate on Earth
Bill Gammage’s book is a timely contribution to achieving recognition for Indigenous knowledge and the relevance of this knowledge for contemporary...
Ashton Nandoo using drip torch
Ashton Nandoo speaks about his work as a Wunggurr ranger in Australia's West Kimberleys.
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The West Arnhem Land Fire Abatement (WALFA) project was the first Savanna Fire Management project using traditional fire management practices...
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