Delivering economic stimulus through the conservation and land management sector

Proposal developed by a coalition of more than 70 conservation, farming and land management groups including ALCA

The ‘Delivering economic stimulus through the conservation and land management sector’ report released today, examines the economic impacts of a proposed conservation and land management stimulus program developed by a coalition of more than 70 conservation, farming and land management groups, including ALCA.  

Prepared by Ernst & Young, the report finds that a $4 billion national conservation and land management employment program would create 53,000 jobs, reduce welfare costs by $620 million and raise economic output by $5.7 billion over the next four years, with economic gains rising to $9.3 billion over the next 20 years.  

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