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Queensland Department of Environment and Science - Contract Research

Landholders Driving Change

Indicative Funding
$85,000 (administered by NQ Dry Tropics)
Summary
The objective of the Landholders Driving Change (LDC) Major Integrated Project (MIP) is to work closely with landholders in the Bowen Broken Bogie (BBB) catchments to tackle erosion and improve land management, productivity and reef water quality in the Burdekin region.
Investigators
Allan Dale, Rachel Eberhard, Anthea Coggan, Diane Jarvis, Anna Roberts, Geoff Park, Steve Skull, Romy Greiner and Jennifer McHugh in collaboration with Stuart Whitten (Cairns Institute, Eberhard Consulting, Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation, College of Business, Law & Governance, Natural Decisions, Alluvium Consulting and River Consulting)
Keywords
Erosion; Natural Resource Management; Burdekin Region; Land Management; Water Quality

Terrain Natural Resource Management - Contract Research

WTIP Influence Strategy

Indicative Funding
$25,800
Summary
This project will develop a wet Tropics Major Integrated Project (WTMIP) Influence Strategy based on identification and prioritisation of external barriers to change (drawing on information from the WTMIP Program Design Phase, focussing on where the WTMIP partnership is likely to be able to have greatest influence. The intended outcomes of this process are to: *identify priority influencing themes and desir2018ed Project Panel influence outcomes; *identify key stakeholders that need to be engaged on each influence theme; *identify key stakeholders that need to be engaged on each influence theme; *identify key partnerships that need to be developed and managed for each influence theme; Identify strategies for influencing focussing on where the WTMIP partnership is likely to have the greatest influence.
Investigators
Allan Dale and Rachel Eberhard in collaboration with Sheridan Morris and Jennifer McHugh (Cairns Institute and Reef and Rainforest Research Centre)
Keywords
Governance; Water Quality; Great Barrier Reef
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  • Indicates the Tropics (Torrid Zone)

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