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SECURING THE INTEGRITY OF WORLD HERITAGE VALUES

Australia’s unprecedented decision to compulsorily inscribe privately-held property into its successful 1988 Wet Tropics bid for World Heritage Listing, demolished the convention that had hitherto included only Crown estate.  Daintree Rainforest Foundation Ltd., has been established to further protect, conserve, present, rehabilitate and transmit to future generations, the Wet Tropics World Heritage values of the Land, within the meaning of the World Heritage Convention.  If you are interested in supporting conservation of World Heritage with human inhabitants, CLICK HERE.

JUNGLE DRUM – the beat of a rainforest rhythm 

1411, 2015

COMPARATIVE VALUE OF LAND

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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

1411, 2015

FERAL PIGS

By |November 14th, 2015|Categories: Landscape|0 Comments

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