Reflections on "Social Justice in the Forest": Indigenous engagement with Australia's forest industries
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Sue Feary’s paper argues that Aboriginal interests in public lands through land recovery regimes (e.g. native title, land rights) and cultural management, alongside structural economic change, such as land and labour shortage and emerging corporate responsibility values, when considered together, can enhance Indigenous participation in the forest industry.
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