How do we maximise the ability of Regional Vegetation Management Plans (RVMPs) process, the National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality (NAPSWQ), Natural Heritage Trust Stage Two (NHT2) and other key processes and initiatives to deliver biodiversity conservation outcomes? How do we make sure the science is right? What gaps still exist? Who will fill these gaps, and how and when? These were the questions asked by the 2001 Southern Queensland Biodiversity Recovery Conference, which brought together over 100 key biodiversity decision-makers at local, regional, State and National level.
I organised and convened the conference to follow the earlier 2000 South East Queensland Biodiversity Recovery Conference.
|Conference Overview (PDF 0.1 MB)|
|Conference Proceedings (PDF 4.3 MB)|
|Congratulations letter from Lockyer Catchment Coordinating Committee (PDF 0.2 MB)|