‘Tasmania’s Nature Conservation Strategy’ is an important whole-of-government document that complements several other Government initiatives, including Tasmania Together, the State of Environment Report and the Natural Resource Management Framework. It was produced by the State Biodiversity Committee, a broadly based group of experts established in 2000 and chaired by Professor Bruce Davis. A consultation draft was released in June 2001.
The strategy is an action plan to protect Tasmania’s natural diversity and maintain ecological processes and systems. It includes a synthesis of the issues affecting Tasmania’s native plants, animals, and geological processes in land, freshwater, and marine environments.
|Author||State Biodiversity Committee|
|Publisher||State Biodiversity Committee|