ALCA submission to the Productivity Commission on the Future Drought Fund

Building environmental resilience prior to the disaster of drought will help mitigate its economic, social and environmental impacts. After the disaster of drought, management activities – including, where appropriate, relevant, a transition to sustainable land use change – will help build resilience back into the landscape, and into communities.
ALCA submission to the Productivity Commission on the Future Drought Fund
ALCA has made three recent submissions to consultations regarding the operation of the Future Drought Fund.
The overarching theme of these submissions is that building environmental resilience – resilience for biodiversity – prior to the disaster of drought will help mitigate its economic, social and environmental impacts. 
After the disaster of drought, management activities – including, where appropriate, relevant, a transition to sustainable land use change – will help build resilience back into the landscape, and into communities.

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