Transboundary resource management

Transboundary resource management and climate change

Scholars in the area of resource management at the ANU often work across state, territory and international boundaries. Cultural and natural resources often cross a multitude of geo-political jurisdictions that can differ quite significantly in terms of their ownership and management. The management of resources across these jurisdictions requires a meaningful and deep understanding of the mutual benefits between states with respect to their responsiveness to the impacts of climate change.            

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