Developing biodiversity, social & cultural credit schemes to manage Country

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How Indigenous-led biodiversity and cultural credit schemes are delivering outcomes for communities, people, country and species

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*Please note the date of this event has been postponed to February 2021. A new date and time will be announced shortly*

Across Australia’s savannas and deserts, Indigenous-led management of Country is increasing from reviving traditional fire practices that reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires to managing and monitoring cultural sites and species. To sustain this work Indigenous organisations are investigating innovative and alternative revenue streams that are derived from their management of Country.

This webinar will discuss new developments in the emerging markets of biodiversity, social and cultural credit schemes, and the outcomes these are delivering for communities, people, places and species.


  • Braedan Taylor - Karajarri Head Ranger, Karajarri Rangers
  • Euan Noakes - Karajarri Ranger Coordinator, Karajarri Traditional Lands Association
  • Peter See - Manager Sustainability and Strategy, 10 Deserts Project
  • Sarah Legge - Deputy Director, NESP Threatened Species Recovery Hub
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