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Natural Resources & Indigenous Livelihoods Intensive Short Course
Charles Darwin University, 12-16 September, 2022
Location: Casuarina Campus, Darwin & Kakadu National Park
This intensive course explores the synergies between natural resource-based enterprise development and Indigenous livelihoods. Participants attend a 5-day intensive based in Darwin and two days/nights of field trips in Kakadu National Park. The course links theory and applied topics, through a combination of lectures, discussions and field-based observation.
Who should attend
This unit is an accredited specialist elective of the Masters of Environmental Management (MEM) and elective in the third year of the Bachelor of Environmental Science (BES) and Bachelor of Science (BSC). Cross-institutional enrolments from other universities are very welcome.
This course and field intensive welcomes professional participants with some tertiary education experience to participate in the 5-day intensive. This includes practitioners working with local, Territory, state and national governments, NGOs and community groups in natural resource management or higher degree by research candidates seeking professional development opportunity.