The strategy provides a comprehensive framework to guide ALCA as we continue building a national voice for private land conservation.
ALCA’s submission makes a single key recommendation to revise the language in Environment Chapter of the FTA to align with Australian and British commitments made under the Glasgow Leaders’ Declaration on Forests and Land Use.
ALCA’s submission restates the crucial importance of elevating environmental protection as a key strategic biosecurity consideration on par with protecting our communities and economy, noting that these priorities are inextricably interdependent.
ALCA supports the retention of the existing list of excluded offsets projects given their critical role in safeguarding biodiversity, local communities, employment, and water availability, and helping to prevent perverse outcomes in the carbon market.
‘The Triple R Declaration’ —
‘Recover, Restore, Redouble’: the Australian Private Land Conservation Declaration to the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15)