Mr Gileard Minja1 1Unversity Of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia   There is a lack of consensus among local communities and governments concerning wildlife management as a viable form of land-use adjacent protected areas in Tanzania. Major concerning issues include poor community...
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Ms Nikki den Exter1 1University Of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia   With clearing and habitat loss from urban and peri-urban development increasingly recognised as key drivers of declining biodiversity, effective biodiversity conservation relies upon the integration of biodiversity into local land...
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Ms Bernadetta Devi1 1Queensland University Of Technology,   The discourse of mining and sustainable development has significantly evolved in the past three decades with the latest progress for the inclusion of societal development goals such as social and environmental sustainability. ...
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Prof. Fiona Haslam Mckenzie1, Prof Neil Argent2, Prof Sean  Markey3, Prof Greg Halseth4, Dr Laura Ryser5 1University Of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia, 2University of New England, Armidale, Australia, 3Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, 4University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George...
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Mr Jerome Jeffison Ofori1 1University Of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia   “Sustainable development means different things to ecologists, environmental planners, economists and environmental activists…Like ‘motherhood” and “God” sustainable development is invoked by different groups of people in support of various projects...
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