The NFF’s 16 January 2013 submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Environment Inquiry into the Effectiveness of Threatened Species and Ecological Communities Protection in Australia summarises some of the major issues confronting land managers regarding the EPBC Act, and suggests ways to alleviate some of these concerns.
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