Posted by: Bob Payne | April 3, 2011

Land Tenures As Policy Instruments: Transitions On Cape York Peninsula

Over the last four decades, Australia’s most remote marginal lands have provided an expansive space towards realisation of emergent national goals, involving recognition of Aboriginal land rights together with protection of ‘wilderness’ and semi-natural ecosystems. This has been achieved by the revival of land tenures as instruments for the delivery of public policy, requiring innovative federal and state legislation, often driven by judicial determinations. More so than any other bioregion,

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