Economic assessment of adaptation to climate change at Dhimurru IPA

Economic assessment of adaptation to climate change at Dhimurru IPA

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Aboriginal communities living within and around Dhimurru's Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) in East Arnhem Land strongly rely on a hybrid economy revolving around traditional and non-traditional activities.  Global environmental processes such as climate change are likely to alter this economic model. The proposed project uses market, non-market and participatory appraisals to explore how Aboriginal communities would adapt to these changes and how their economic, social and cultural welfare may be affected.

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Past R-0910 Dhimuru Indigenous protected area CDU Internal Funding

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