Australia Africa Search to Manage Climate Future

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  • 2015•03•03

    Indigenous Australian fire ecologists during a visit to Namibia. L to R: Dean Yibarbuk, Nigel Gellar. Photo: UNU

    Indigenous Australian fire ecologists during a visit to Namibia. L to R: Dean Yibarbuk, Nigel Gellar. Photo: UNU

    In an article in the United Nations University’s OurWorld 2.0 web magazine, Ms Catherine Monagle, a Senior Fellow at the United Nations University’s Traditional Knowledge Initiative (UNU-IAS TKI), describes the benefits of new innovative methods of land management developed in northern Australia, combining traditional aboriginal knowledge with contemporary landscape management techniques, are tapping into carbon abatement funding to bring back traditional management. These methods were shared with land managers from several Southern African nations during various meetings held in Namibia.

    Read “Australia and Africa Search Pre-colonial Past to Manage Climate Future” article in UNU’s OurWorld 2.0 web magazine or download a PDF version here.