Kakadu National Park is treasured by millions of Australians as a conservation icon. This work covers the story of Aboriginal involvement in its management, and offers an account of the social and political history of the establishment and development of Kakadu National Park, and includes an approach which contributes to the debate on controversial topics such as Aboriginal land rights, uranium mining and joint management of national parks. The management of Kakadu originally focused on the conservation of nature and natural resources. This has now evolved to a more balanced focus on the conservation of both its natural and cultural heritage.
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Descrizione libro Melbourne University Publishing, 2000. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0522848680