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Rights, Responsibilities and Consequences ( Daintree Stakeholders)

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  1. Rights, Responsibilities and Consequences ( Daintree Stakeholders)

    Term 2 Week 9 Homework Jacklin Kwan 6T
  2. Loggers (Rights) Rights: The right to log. The right to have a job. The right to earn money and supply for themselves and their family.
  3. Loggers (Responsibilities) Responsibilities: To log responsibly and not to log outside the government’s knowledge. To follow their company’s rules and regulations. Not to completely destroy the place they are logging. To be aware to others around them (co-workers etc.).
  4. Loggers (Consequences) Consequences and Misuse of Rights and Responsibilities: Loggers outside their company’s and the government’s knowledge (illegal logging etc.). Doing logging that can risk their or other’s safety. High risk of danger. Destruction of habitat and species.
  5. Miners (Rights) Rights: To be able to mine. To be able to feel safe while doing their job. To be able to earn money and support themselves and their family. To have a job.
  6. Miners (Responsibilities) To provide Australia and the world with energy. To be aware of those around them (co-workers etc.). To mine only inside the government’s and companies knowledge. To follow their company’s rules and regulations.
  7. Miners ( Consequences) Consequences: Destruction of habitat and species. High risk job. Mining outside their company’s and the government’s knowledge (illegal mining etc.). Causing danger to those around them and themselves.
  8. Tour Operators (Rights) Rights: To be able to hold tours. To earn money and support themselves and their family. To have a job. To be able to educate people.
  9. Tour Operators ( Responsibilities) Responsibilities: To protect the people they are giving a tour to. To give a reasonable quality tour. To educate people about the rainforest and the fauna and flora inside it.
  10. Tour Operator ( Consequences) Consequences: Some dangerous sites. If featured, an indigenous tribe’s home may become a human zoo (invasion of privacy). The tourists may disrupt the animals and pollute the rainforest with rubbish.
  11. EFT Biologists (Rights) Rights: To be able to educate students and people. To be able to study the rainforest without polluting or disrupting the animals. To be able to speak out for the rainforest and themselves.
  12. EFT Biologists ( Responsibilities) Responsibilities: To protect the students and people. To make sure the rainforest stays healthy and undisturbed. To make sure the students and people don’t litter or disrupt the animals. To protect the rainforest from being cut down or mined.
  13. EFT Biologists ( Consequences) Consequences: The students and people may pollute and disturb the rainforest. Some dangerous sites. Some people may threaten to destroy the rainforest and their income.
  14. Indigenous ( Rights) Rights: To be able to eat and drink from the rainforest. To have a job and earn money for themselves and their family. To be able to keep their traditions and celebrations. To be able to study the rainforest around them.
  15. Indigenous (Responsibilities) Responsibilities: To help keep the rainforest alive ( spreading seeds etc.). To make sure they don’t over consume any plants or animals. To to protect their homeland. To attract tourists and create and reason to keep the rainforest.
  16. Indigenous (Consequences) Consequences: Over tourism. Overconsumption. Loss of identity. Corruption.