The National Wildlife Corridors Plan (Corridors Plan) is the Australian Government’s framework to retain, restore and manage ecological connections in the Australian landscape. It lays the foundation for a new, collaborative, whole-of-landscape approach to biodiversity conservation, one based on voluntary cooperation and the efforts of communities, landholders, governments and industry. The role of the Australian Government is to enable and coordinate the efforts of all participants.
"BIO 186.1112"--Back cover.
"Information is regularly published on the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities website for the National Wildlife Corridors Plan"--P. 32.
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