North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance (NAILSMA)
The North Australian Indigenous Land & Sea Management Alliance (NAILSMA) is an unincorporated bioregional forum for Indigenous land and sea managers across North Australia. It aims to support practical Indigenous land and sea management using strategic approaches to care for country with an emphasis on practical management by Traditional Owners across the whole of the North.
Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority
The Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority is a statutory authority established under the Sacred Sites Act to administer sacred site protection in the Northern Territory.
Bushfires NT operates as part of the NT Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts. It is responsible for policy formulation, bushfire research, equipment subsidy, education, training, and support. Bushfire NT's fire management objectives include the protection of life, property and the environment from the effects of wildfires, and the maintenance of natural resources, including native ecosystems and productive lands, by the use of appropriate fire regimes.
ANU Climate Change Institute
The CCI's mission is to contribute to climate change solutions through innovative, interdisciplinary approaches to research and teaching, drawing on the wealth of expertise across the ANU, and to connect our work to governments, the private sector and civil society.
Fenner School of Environment and Society
The ANU's Fenner School of Environment and Society aims to be a world-class, nationally-distinctive School for transdisciplinary research and education on complex environment-society systems. Economists and hydrologists, historians and ecologists, anthropologists and climatologists work together towards common objectives to meet the many challenges of sustainability.
Northern Land Council
The Northern Land Council represents traditional Aboriginal landowners and Aboriginal people in the Top End of the Northern Territory of Australia. Its most important responsibilities are to consult with traditional landowners and other Aborigines with an interest in the land.
Tropical Savannas CRC
The Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Savannas Management's aim is to help ensure that the vast area of the Australian savannas is healthy and managed to provide long-term benefits (economic, aesthetic, social and cultural) to those who use them and to sustain the biodiversity and habitat endemic to them.