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Dr Douglas Bardsley and Remote Area Management

Action to involve Aboriginal communities in the management of their remote desert environments needs to be stepped up – or risk losing the benefit of their traditional links with the land, according to University of Adelaide researcher Dr Douglas Bardsley. Dr Bardsley, Senior Lecturer in Geography, Environment and Population, says Aboriginal communities in remote areas of South Australia hold invaluable knowledge about how to maintain desert environments, which will be key to responding to the impacts of climate change.

Ewart Shaw spoke to him and asked about his and his team’s work.

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