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Protecting the heart of our country

  • Year: 2013
  • Author: Barry Traill
  • Journal Name: Issues
  • Journal Number: No. 104
  • Publisher: Control Publications
  • Published Location: Melbourne, Vic
  • ISBN: 0819-8101

With wilderness areas across the globe rapidly disappearing, Australia’s outback remains one of the last great natural places on Earth. How do we manage our wild lands into the future?

 

 

The article focuses on the management of the natural resources and wilderness areas in Australia. It mentions that the five Great Wilderness Areas on earth include Australian Wilderness, Amazon, Antartica, Canadian Boreal and Sahara Desert. The article also discusses the diversity of native species, biodiversity management and reduction of greenhouse emissions.

 

 

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