Human Wellbeing and Natural Environments: An Indigenous Perspective
Paper presents insights into what contributes to and detracts from wellbeing of the Traditional Owners of the Nywaigi land in Far North Queensland, Australia
||wellbeing, indigenous, natural resource management.
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.39-50.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.180MB).
Silva Larson is a Social and Environmental Impact Assessor with experience in preparation of social, environmental and health assessments for major development projects. Silva has a significant expertise in rapid rural assessment systems, public consultation and participation, community development, resettlement action planning, environmental health evaluation, poverty alleviation with emphasis on gender issues, capacity building and institutional strengthening.
Her particular areas of interest include rural sustainable development, and the role of gender issues in economic and environmental change.
Dr Herr's current research integrates socio-economic and biophysical data to support sustainable natural resources management. Alexander has extensive experience in environmental science, applied ecology, GIS and statistical modelling and environmental flows modelling. His main interest combines wildlife conservation, sustainable natural resource management and ecological sustainable development.
Dr Greiner is an ecological economist with expertise in social, economic and policy analysis related to agricultural sustainability, nature-based tourism, marine resource use and wellbeing of Indigenous peoples.
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