Thornton Peak Landslide

LANDSLIDE IN THE HEART OF REFUGIA 1 JULY 2018 Heavy, unseasonal rainfall brought a tumultuous 145-mm in a relatively short period overnight, precipitating the slumping of a significant portion of the oldest rainforest in the world. After a dry June, an exceptional downpour of 137-mm on the first night of July initiated a landslide from the top of  Thornton Peak (Wundungu.)  A

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DAINTREE RAINFOREST FOUNDATION LTD.

The 1988 ratification of Australia's wet-tropical rainforests onto the World Heritage List, which compulsorily inscribed a modicum of freehold Daintree Rainforest property within its proposed area, launched the resident human inhabitants into unchartered waters. With a clearly regulated

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IMPORTANCE OF HUMANS WITHIN NATURE

Beauty, utility and vitality may characterise an individual organism and extend to its community of life greater importance within an ecosystem context, but in every circumstance the appraisal is anthropogenic. Where attraction between members of the same species is a refined biological necessity, a greater good

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COMPARATIVE VALUE OF LAND

Social stability and sustainable economic performance require a state framework of land and property laws that recognise the rights and duties of the individual and also the shared concerns of the wider community. State landholdings in Queensland amount to 118,420,876 hectares and are valued at

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FERAL PIGS

An estimated population of 24-million feral pigs (Sus scrufa) inhabit approximately forty-five percent of Australia. Boars may grow to two-hundred kilograms. Sows, with a gestation period of three-and-a-half months, start breeding between seven and twelve months of age. They produce

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