The ACT Nature Conservation Strategy

The ACT Nature Conservation Strategy provides a framework for a coordinated and strategic approach to protection of our biological diversity and the maintenance of underpinning ecological processes. The strategy represents a broad consensus on where our nature conservation priorities lie and what are the most effective ways of securing a sustainable and quality environment for all.

A number of objectives are put forward in a structured form. These are accompanied by implementation strategies designed to achieve positive conservation outcomes in an environment of economic restraint and increasing regional collaboration in planning and management of natural resources.

Author Environment ACT
Date 1997-12-05
Year 1997
Publisher ACT Government
Pages 40
Region ACT
Links https://www.legislation.act.gov.au/di/1997-263/current/pdf/1997-263.pdf