Resources, Environment & Development (RE&D)

The Resources, Environment & Development (RE&D) Program is an inter-disciplinary program of research on the historical, social and institutional context of natural resource management in the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. The RE&D Program aims to function as a key node in the regional and international network of institutions that undertake or use research on the social, political and economic aspects of environmental and resource management issues in this part of the world. This goal is accomplished through a diverse portfolio of research, consultancy and postgraduate teaching activities.

Gendering the Field »

Towards Sustainable Livelihoods for Mining Communities

Edited by: Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt
ISBN (print): 9781921862168
ISBN (online): 9781921862175
Publication date: March 2011

The Lihir Destiny »

Cultural Responses to Mining in Melanesia

Authored by: Nicholas A. Bainton
ISBN (print): 9781921666841
ISBN (online): 9781921666858
Publication date: October 2010

Reite Plants »

An Ethnobotanical Study in Tok Pisin and English

Authored by: Porer Nombo, James Leach
ISBN (print): 978 19216 66001
ISBN (online): 978 19216 66018
Publication date: January 2010

Boats to Burn »

Bajo Fishing Activity in the Australian Fishing Zone

Authored by: Natasha Stacey
ISBN (print): 9781920942946
ISBN (online): 9781920942953
Publication date: June 2007

Customary Land Tenure & Registration in Australia and Papua New Guinea »

Anthropological Perspectives

Edited by: James Weiner, Katie Glaskin
ISBN (print): 9781921313264
ISBN (online): 9781921313271
Publication date: June 2007

State, Communities and Forests In Contemporary Borneo »

Edited by: Fadzilah Majid Cooke
ISBN (print): 1 9209425 1 3
ISBN (online): 1 9209425 2 1
Publication date: July 2006