ALCA submission the update of Australia’s Strategy for Nature

The need and the opportunity for Australia to deliver a strong, globally leading Strategy for Nature that articulates Australia’s contribution to a set of global targets through the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (‘GBF’) is imperative. As a megadiverse country with an advanced economy, Australia must make strong and meaningful contributions to the Global Biodiversity Framework if it is to be taken seriously in its biodiversity protection and management.
 
The current discussion paper indicates we have a lot of work still to do to meet the ambition 
required – and committed to by the Australian Government – for all Australians.
 

Read our submission.

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