Rosemary Hill

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Rosemary Hill "is environmental scientist and planner who has been active in the conservation movement for twenty-five years. She has extensive experience in environmental science and management, and in collaborative research and training in protected area and heritage conservation, with a strong focus on Indigenous peoples' approaches to environmental management. She is a Member of the World Commission on Protected Areas, IUCN Commission on Economic, Environmental and Social Policy, Wet Tropics Scientific Advisory Commission. Rosemary’s role in achieving world heritage listing for the Wet Tropics was recognised by a Cassowary Award in 2001." [1]

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  1. Council, Australian Conservation Foundation, accessed July 21, 2009.