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Customary Land Registration in Papua New Guinea – 2

Communities across Papua New Guinea have lived and worked their traditional customary land for generations. Now the PNG government wants people to register it. Why is this dangerous?

Customary Land Registration in Papua New Guinea

Communities across Papua New Guinea have lived and worked their traditional customary land for generations. Now the PNG government wants people to register it. Why is this dangerous?

IUCN Tapir Specialist Group

Why tapirs are one of the most incredible animals living today and why we need them! Produced for the IUCN Tapir Specialist Group

Why big projects can turn into a giant gamble

When a nation commits to a big development project, they are making a major gamble that the potential rewards will outweigh the risks involved. The project could reap big rewards for the country, or it could go bust, resulting in spiralling costs, corruption, expensive maintenance and repairs, environmental destruction and debt. Produced for James Cook University

Why nations can lose big money on big projects

Many nations are rapidly developing their natural resources, but big development projects can actually provoke an array of financial and social stresses. Unless these stresses are carefully managed, their impacts on employment, social welfare, and economic and political stability can be serious—even devastating. Produced for James Cook University

Why roads are like pandoras box

Roads are often sold as being essential for bringing wealth, jobs and development. What are not mentioned are the unintended consequences that often emerge after the road is built. At James Cook University, we are working with governments, research groups and local communities in developing countries around the world, to promote smarter development that is better for both people and nature. Produced for James Cook University.

The danger with roads

The first road made into a wilderness area is often the most dangerous. Following the first cut, a host of changes often become unstoppable. Produced for James Cook University

Clouded leopard research published in Biological Conservation

Clouded leopards are perhaps the most mysterious and beautiful cat living in the wild today. A group of scientists from across the globe are shedding light on how they use the habitat they live in. Produced for WildCRU – Oxford University.

 

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