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Developing a theory of factors that contributes to the more sustainable development of the Morinda citrifolia (Nonu) Industry in Samoa, I argue that the Samoan Nonu product cannot compete in the Pacific region due to the large-scale production of its main competitor, Tahitian Noni.
Agreements between the mining industry and Indigenous people are not creating sustainable economic futures for Indigenous people, and this demands consideration of alternate forms of economic engagement in order to realise such ‘futures’. Within the context of three mining agreements in north Australia this study...
The working paper reports on the research project and its findings on why indigenous Fijian villagers eschewed the unique opportunity for windfall cash income from the sale of miracle water at a time of unprecedented hardship.
The Forum Compact on Strengthening Development Coordination in the Pacific is a development Compact agreed by Forum Leaders and endorsed by key development partners at the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders’ annual meeting in Cairns, August 2009. The Compact sets out collective actions by Forum Island...
The Government of Kiribati has been considering improvements to its planning, policy, coordination, implementation and financial management processes for some time, and this report does not set out to cover the whole range of proposals for change.
This article tracks the connections between mine production, employment and populations in very remote areas of the Northern Territory and South Australia.