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This market directory is a comprehensive list of organisations across Australia that are operating in the climate change and business sector – from project developers and service providers through to legal and technology providers. To search, choose a category and/or a location from the drop down menus and click “SEARCH”, or add keywords into the search bar below.


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This market directory is a comprehensive list of organisations across Australia that are operating in the climate change and business sector – from project developers and service providers through to legal and technology providers. To search, choose a category and/or a location from the drop down menus and click “SEARCH”, or add keywords into the search bar below.


If you would like to add your details to the Directory, you can submit a new listing by clicking the “+ Submit” button below.

Indigenous Land Corporation

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The Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC) is a corporate Commonwealth entity established in 1995 to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people acquire and manage land to achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.

The ILC has priority outcomes for achieving Indigenous benefits:

1) Access to and protection of cultural and environmental values: The ILC recognises the importance of land to Indigenous people's cultural identity. We are committed to assisting Indigenous people acquire and manage land of cultural and environmental significance, and to protecting and maintaining the cultural and environmental values of land.

2) Socioeconomic development: The ILC assists projects that deliver social and economic outcomes for Indigenous Australians. Priority is given to projects that provide sustainable employment and training that leads to employment. The ILC believes that sustained employment creates a range of benefits for Indigenous people, including increased standards of living, income and improved health and wellbeing.

By committing to these priorities, the ILC is helping to build a secure and sustainable Indigenous land base, now and for future generations.

Contact: Richard Geddes
Position: Senior Carbon Advisor
Contact Information
Phone: 08 8100 7100
Address:
121 King William Street, Adelaide, SA, 5000, Australia, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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