Potential COVID-19 economic stimulus measures in conservation and land management

Investment in a jobs-rich conservation and land management program, as part of broader economic stimulus measures.
Recovery and Renewal: delivering economic stimulus through the conservation and land management sector.

ALCA joined a huge group of more than 70 farming and conservation organisations to write to Governments across Australia calling for large scale investment in conservation, land management and restoration.

The proposal, which would employ 24,000 Australians over two years, focuses on providing work that is safe, meaningful and socially-beneficial to those in areas and industries that have been hardest hit by the economic crisis.

Letter to the Prime Minister

Briefing note: Economic stimulus measures in the conservation and land management sector



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