Environmental officials from all jurisdictions in Australian Government who make up the Biodiversity Working Group, reviewed Australia’s Biodiversity Conservation Strategy: 2010 – 2030 back in November 2017. A revised strategy has been developed with the intention to improve its ability to drive change in biodiversity management priorities and better support Australia’s international biodiversity commitments.
The revised draft has three goals, which are supported by a total of 12 objectives:
- Goal 1: Connect all Australians with nature
- Goal 2: Care for nature in all its diversity
- Goal 3: Build and share knowledge
While the draft strategy is high level by nature, the final version of this may ultimately be reflected in Federal Government policy, strategy and guidelines.
Australia’s Strategy for Nature 2018-2030: Australia’s Biodiversity Conservation Strategy and Action Inventory is open now for public comment until 16 March 2018.
Follow the link below to find out how you can make your submission: