Ongoing threats to biodiversity include clearing, grazing, introduced species, climate change, urbanisation and pollution. Urgent and coordinated national action is required to control these threatening processes, with management taking place on a regional basis. Regional (on depending on scale bioregional) planning and management should be undertaken across private and public land to achieve broadacre (or whole of landscape) conservation, thereby allowing the integration of conservation and production systems.
|Author||Australian Conservation Foundation|
|Publisher||Australian Conservation Foundation|