The ILC assists Indigenous people with the acquisition and management of land so they can achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
The Indigenous Land Corporation has called on the Australian Parliament to consider and legislate the provisions of a Draft Bill released by the ILC today. The Draft Bill aims to strengthen the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Account and to lock in the ILC Board's commitment to the highest standards of corporate governance.
The first Indigenous-generated, Kyoto compliant Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) have been successfully sold on the open carbon market.
The first Indigenous-generated, Kyoto compliant Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) are about to go to the market.
The Fish River Fire Project is the first savanna burning project and the first Indigensous project approved under the Federal Government's Carbon Farming Initiative.
The ILC is looking for five high-achieving Indigenous people to take part in a program to equip them to become future managers and leaders in Australia's agriculture industry.