Consequences of climate change for management of land and sea Country by Indigenous Rangers

Cath Moran ecological worked with Cape York NRM and the Balngarrawarra and Lama Lama Land & Sea Rangers, as well as the Western Cape Turtle Threat Abatement Alliance to co-develop understanding of the likely impacts on biodiversity and ecosystems, cultural practices and heritage, and Traditional Owner health, safety and well-being. The project also developed knowledge about potential implications for burning practices, turtle population conservation management and food resources.

Recent Projects

Opportunities in the carbon market for small-scale rainforest revegetation

Aboriginal Shire Councils managing climate change impacts

Biodiverse rainforest revegetation in wet tropical Australia

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