The NFF’s 19 March 2010 submission on native vegetation laws, greenhouse gas abatement and climate change measures call for legislative changes, market-based drivers for compensation, a public benefit test on government regulations, analysis of international agreements and their impact, and securing tenure over water property rights.
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