HISTORY OF INJURIOUS AFFECT

The tropical rainforests of North Queensland have certainly endured a tumultuous history, through changing values and corresponding government policies, forcibly removing Indigenous human inhabitants from back in 1898 and then harvesting an incredible bounty of timber, until some ninety-years later, when World Heritage-listing of Queensland’s Wet Tropics devastated the socio-economic interests of embedded timber-communities, for emerging tourism and conservation interests.

Rehabilitation is an environmental management requirement of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area’s primary goal.

The forced removal of Kuku Yalanji custodial inhabitants, ninety-years before World Heritage-listing, has left a terrible legacy of neglect, which, amongst other consequences, has allowed for the pestilent proliferation of feral-pigs.

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Giving credit where credit is due!

With seventy-millennia of refined Indigenous culture, Australia possesses the richest endowment of ecosystem management expertise and by implication, the most knowledgeable and cost-effective rehabilitative resource in the world.  For all its tremendous advantages, with one of the world’s lowest population densities and highest gross national incomes per capita, Australia’s Sovereign responsibilities should proudly exceed international expectations with world-inspiring leadership.

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“As a nation, Australia distinguishes itself as much as an expression of its people, as its natural environments, but more distinctively, by the compounding character of their coalescence.”

NEIL HEWETT

“Accordingly, an optimising restructure of governance would properly accommodate and empower that recognised complementarity.”

NEIL HEWETT

“If the soul of Sovereignty is restored to the national interest through restructuring, the spirit of Australia will be transfused through the re-connection of human inhabitants with their corresponding natural environments.”

NEIL HEWETT