The Resource The recognition and protection of Aboriginal interests in NSW rivers, Jason Behrendt and Peter Thompson

The recognition and protection of Aboriginal interests in NSW rivers, Jason Behrendt and Peter Thompson

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The recognition and protection of Aboriginal interests in NSW rivers
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The recognition and protection of Aboriginal interests in NSW rivers
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Jason Behrendt and Peter Thompson
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eng
Summary
Examines ways to acknowledge Aboriginal interests in the rivers (including all waterways such as springs, waterholes and wetlands) of New South Wales; discusses historical, cultural and legal issues and makes recommendations; maintains that there should be proper recognition of Aboriginal people in river management; describes catchment areas; lists Aboriginal populations of inland New South Wales; describes Aboriginal interests in river systems and refers to the ways in which Rainbow Serpent sites (for example) are respected and treated carefully; includes information about Aboriginal occupation and environmental change; addresses the issue of fishing as a family activity and group economic pursuit; draws attention to the impact of water industry developments
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Behrendt, Jason
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Thompson, Peter
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The recognition and protection of Aboriginal interests in NSW rivers, Jason Behrendt and Peter Thompson
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Annexure 'Indigenous peoples Kyoto water declaration' p. 135-140
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pp. 131-134
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The recognition and protection of Aboriginal interests in NSW rivers, Jason Behrendt and Peter Thompson
Publication
Note
Annexure 'Indigenous peoples Kyoto water declaration' p. 135-140
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pp. 131-134

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