This research project is responsive to the broadening engagement by land and water practitioners in native title, and seeks to extend our understandings of native title in the context of ecological relationships, ecological change, and ecological destruction.
- J Weir (ed.) 2012, Country, native title and ecology, ANU E Press and Aboriginal History Inc., Canberra,
Developed from papers presented at the 2007 AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference, with contributions from Lee Godden, Luke Taylor, Patrick Sullivan, Hanson Boxer (Pampila), Warford Bujiman (Pajiman), Emily Gerrard, Doug Moor (Kordidi), Mervyn Mulardy Jnr, Samantha Muller, Roy Stone and Jessica K Weir.
- L Strelein & J Weir 2009, ‘Conservation and Human Rights in the Context of Native Title in Australia’, in J Campese, T Sunderland, T Greiber & G Oviedo (eds) Rights based approaches: exploring issues and opportunities for conservation, CIFOR, IUCN and CEESP, Bogor, Indonesia.
- C Ganesharajah 2009, Indigenous health and wellbeing: the importance of country, Native Title Research Report, Native Title Research Unit, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra.
- G Kelly 2005, Composite report on status and trends regarding the knowledge, innovations and practices of Indigenous and local communities (regional report: Asia and Australia) (619 Kb), Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, United Nations document number UNEP/CBD/WG8J/4/INF/4. Also available on the Convention of Biological Diversity website.
- J Weir 2002, ‘Environmental responsibilities and the proof of native title’, Spinifex, 23(2).