Identifying and characterising the social assets of Australia
The term ‘social assets’ describes those characteristics of the social system which enable the longer term conservation, repair or replenishment of natural assets (NRM outcomes), and comprises those characteristics of the social system which include specific social entities, such as resource managers, NRM organisations and institutions; the attributes or characteristics of social entities, which may also reflect their capacity to adopt sustainable management practices; and the relationships and partnerships amongst social entities, including the capacity of social entities to influence others in the achievement of sustainable NRM outcomes. This report informs NRM practitioners and policy makers on the role different social assets play in achieving NRM outcomes.
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ProgramNational Program for Sustainable Irrigation
Project Code:NHT Project 61826A
- Irrigation (442)