A tale of two agreements: negotiating aboriginal land access agreements in Australia's natural gas industry
AuthorO'Neill, Lily Maire
AffiliationMelbourne Law School
Document TypePhD thesis
Access StatusOpen Access
© 2016 Dr. Lily O'Neill
This thesis investigates how Aboriginal traditional owners maximise social, cultural, environmental and employment benefits from native title land access agreements with resource companies. The findings emphasise the importance of strong Aboriginal organisations, favourable government policy and the continuing practise of Aboriginal law.
KeywordsNative title; agreement making; resource law; natural resource law; environmental law; environmental politics; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy; Impact and Benefit Sharing Agreements; Negotiations; Power; James Price Point; Walmadan; Kimberley LNG; Gladstone LNG; Curtis Island; Indigenous Land Use Agreement.
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