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This section provides details of publications for programs and projects about caring for country and environmental health of relevance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander environmental health practitioners.
Altman J, Kerins S, Hunt J, Ens E, May K, Russell S, Fogarty B (2011)
Indigenous cultural and natural resource management futures.
Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research
Australian Department of Sustainability Environment Water Population and Communities (2011)
Working on Country funded projects.
Retrieved 2011 from http://www.environment.gov.au/indigenous/workingoncountry/projects/index.html
Queensland Murray Darling Committee (2011)
Queensland Murray-Darling Basin Aboriginal program.
Retrieved 17 November 2011 from http://www.qmdc.org.au/aboriginal-program.html
Gunn R, Hardesty BD, Butler J (2010)
Tackling 'ghost nets': local solutions to a global issue in northern Australia.
Ecological Management & Restoration; 11(2): 88-98
Looking after country together (2009)
Department of Environment and Resource Management
This factsheet explains the Looking after country together inititiative which is a whole-of-government strategic policy framework aimed at improving Indigenous participation in caring for country. The framework's vision is: 'by 2011 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders will have more opportunities to access and manage their traditional land and sea country, in partnership with governments and other stakeholders'.
The factsheet outlines the framework's policy objectives, benefits for Indigenous communities, participating agencies and examples of positive Looking after country together initiatives.
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