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Title Unstable relations : indigenous people and environmentalism in contemporary Australia / edited by Eve Vincent and Timothy Neale.

Published Crawley, Western Australia : UWA Publishing, 2016.
©2016

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  346.940432 UNST    DUE 07-10-19
1 copy ordered for UniM Bail on 18-05-2017.
Physical description xiv, 383 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary The 1970s witnessed the emergence of a global environmental movement in response to rampant resource extraction. This moment gave rise to a celebrated green-black alliance between environmentalists and Indigenous groups in Australia. However, in recent years, this relationship has come under increased critical scrutiny, spurred in part by the global mining boom and continuing concerns about the effects of climate change. This collection brings together leading anthropologists, social scientists, activists, and writers to subject the Indigenous-environmentalist relation to rigorous, empirical inquiry, and to explore noted controversies, campaigns, and key issues, such as: the Wild Rivers Act and James Price Point, mining, native title rights, 'feral' species, forestry, national parks, and payment for environmental services. The insights generated here have relevance beyond Australia as scholars investigate the politics of indigeneity in the present moment, and consider the economic future of Indigenous minorities. Significantly, the collection involves both Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors, subjecting environmentalists to a kind of anthropological analysis.
Other author Vincent, Eve, editor of compilation.
Neale, Timothy, editor of compilation.
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure.
Aboriginal Australians -- Attitudes.
Land tenure -- Environmental aspects.
Land use -- Australia.
Green movement -- Australia.
Environmentalism -- Australia -- Attitudes.
Australian
ISBN 9781742588780