Threatened Species Strategy for Tasmania

The Threatened Species Strategy has been developed to outline the approach to conserving Tasmania’s threatened species. The aims of the strategy include ensuring that threatened species can survive and flourish in the wild; ensuring that threatened species and their habitats retain their genetic diversity and potential for evolutionary development; and preventing further species becoming threatened.
The Strategy takes two broad approaches towards these objectives; by addressing both the key threatening processes as well as the priority threatened species. In this Strategy six threatening processes, including impacts of pests, are identified as having the greatest impact and are considered in detail. Each of these processes is discussed, objectives are developed for addressing the process and a number of actions are identified.

Author Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Water, and Environment
Date null
Year 2000
Publisher Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Water,
Pages 30
Notes Notes
Region TAS
Links https://www.dpiw.tas.gov.au/inter.nsf/Attachments/RLIG-542642/$FILE/threatspstrat.pdf