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research-article | 02-November-2021

Terrain

Introduction The governance of land has always involved power moves about whose priorities matter, with environmental management no exception; yet, environmental management is often presented as an uncontroversial approach based on scientific methods and results, offering practical help with environmental problems (Allison and Hobbs, 2006; Prasad and Elmes, 1995). For decades many Indigenous scholars and leaders have critiqued this, including asking what is meant by the ‘environment’ and

JESSICA K. WEIR

Borderlands, Volume 20 , ISSUE 1, 171–206

Article | 14-August-2018

Arid lands, arid management: Community engagement, communities of practice and environmental governance in the Lake Eyre-Kati Thanda1

Management of arid lands in South Australia is an important yet often contentious topic amongst the multiple stakeholders that live within it. The interplay between land management and people is intertwined, with people being affected by and influencing its outcomes. Ensuring effective community engagement is fundamental to ensuring the success of environmental management endeavours. This paper explores the institutional, policy and community engagement structures in place within one particular

MELISSA NURSEY-BRAY

South Australian Geographical Journal, Volume 111 , 56–74

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