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Through a combination of domestic agricultural production and food imports, Indonesia currently maintains food supply levels adequate to feed its population. Due to inefficiencies in distribution systems and persistent poverty a low level of food insecurity exists in the country, particularly amongst...
The Australian Feral Camel Management Project addressed the urgent need to significantly reduce feral camel densities to lessen their impacts in remote Australia on biodiversity, wetlands, waterholes and sites of cultural value to Aboriginal people, infrastructure (fences, houses, cars) and personal safety.
This report shows that an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in Australia is expected to generate very large adverse economic impacts to both producers and other industries inside and beyond the outbreak area; with financial losses and eradication activities also having social impacts....
This report provides the latest available information on national land use and land use change in Australia.
Land use describes the purposes assigned to land. It refers to the purpose for which the land is committed. It is fundamental to understanding...
This report proposes a Centre for Land Use and Land Resources to conduct an Australian program of work on agricultural land use and food security analysis, linked to international efforts.
Internationally, food security and the sustainability of productive land resources have...
Objective : This study examined whether a wellbeing approach to resilience and adaptation would provide practical insights for prioritizing support to communities experiencing environmental and socio-economic stressors.
Methods : A cross-sectional survey, based on a purposive sample of 2,196...
The National Water Account is an annual publication delivered by the Bureau of Meteorology. It contains standardised information about the management of Australia's water resources.
What is in the National Water Account?
The National Water Account is Australia’s most comprehensive water information report....
This is the final report following a series of five research reports prepared for the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs over the last two years on Indigenous homelessness in regional Australia.
The overall aim of this...
Key findings: Australia’s regions are more economically diverse than most people assume.Most non-metropolitan regions have a level of employment diversity close to the national employment profile.
Diversity is possible in all regions.Smaller and remote regions can also be diverse. All types...