ALCA submission to the review of the NSW Crown Land Management Act

Whilst the NSW Government has an active responsibility for the protection, management and restoration of biodiversity on Crown lands, there is a role for the private land conservation sector to provide valuable conservation expertise.
ALCA submission to Statutory Review of the NSW Crown Land Management Act 2016
Whilst the NSW Government should always take active responsibility for the protection, management and restoration of biodiversity on its lands, the private land conservation sector can provide valuable conservation land management expertise.
 
The Act itself requires a range of technical amendments to account for the accelerating role of climate change, as well as sustainable and regenerative land management practices. 
 

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