Dr Benjamin Cooke1, Associate Professor Aidan Davison, Ms Lydia Schofield, Professor James Kirkpatrick 1RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia   The last three decades have seen a proliferation of protected areas for nature conservation in Australia that sit outside the public land...
  • May 9, 2019
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Mr Matthew Taylor1,2, Dr Aidan Davison1, Dr Andrew Harwood1 1University Of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia 2Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Hobart, Australia   Global concern at the rapid decline of wildlife populations is leading to a renegotiation of the concept of private land...
  • May 9, 2019
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Miss Erin Harris1, Dr Andrew Harwood1, Dr Sally Bryant2 1University Of Tasmania – Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences, Sandy Bay, Australia 2Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Lower Sandy Bay, Australia   Over the last two decades conservation covenants have become the...
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Ms Lydia Schofield1 1University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia   In Australia, the Indigenous protected area (IPA) estate has recently grown larger than the public estate. The emergence of IPAs has occurred through a new conservation paradigm, with substantial shifts in...
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Prof. Jamie Kirkpatrick1, Ms Julie Fielder1, Associate Professor Aidan Davison1 1University Of Tasmania   The recent upsurge in the area of private reserves in Australia has been hypothesised to be a plot by neoliberal governments to privatise the conservation estate...
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