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Ecosystem management ‘benefits from Indigenous knowledge’

Flinders University research calls for review of ‘colonial’ environmental management systems

 Indigenous knowledge of Australia’s ecosystems can provide a more informed approached to environmental management policies, according to a study by Flinders University in South Australia.

It compares land and water management practices by Māori communities in New Zealand, First Nations groups in the United States and Ngarrindjeri people living at the mouth of the Murray River in SA.

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