28 January 2011

How important is biodiversity to the ACT? How are we going to manage and protect our native wildlife and ecosystems in the future?

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Have your say on the review of the Nature Conservation Act 1980.

The Nature Conservation Act 1980 is the primary legislation for the protection of native plants and animals in the ACT and for the management of the conservation reserve network.

The Department of the Environment, Climate Change, Energy and Water is undertaking a review of the Act. A Discussion Paper on this review is available at www.environment.act.gov.au

A community forum has been scheduled which will incorporate a discussion panel of organisations and individuals speaking on a range of issues that relate to the Review:

When: Tuesday 1 February, 6-7.30pm
Where: Canberra Business Event Centre, Regatta Point, Commonwealth Park, Acton

To RSVP for this forum please email environment@act.gov.au or call 02 6207 2464.

For further information on the review of the Nature Conservation Act 1980 and how to provide a submission visit www.environment.act.gov.au

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