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Publication Details - How Can a Native Vegetation Offset Policy Contribute to a ‘No Net Loss' of Native Vegetation Quality and Quantity?

How Can a Native Vegetation Offset Policy Contribute to a ‘No Net Loss' of Native Vegetation Quality and Quantity?

 

Tony Baird

 

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Abstract

Native vegetation offsets for vegetation loss is a relatively new policy area, although wider environmental offsets, including wetland banking, greenhouse gas and others have been used for the last thirty to forty years. This study sought to investigate how native vegetation offsets can contribute to the goal of ‘no net loss’ of native vegetation quality and quantity in Western Australia.

 

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Release Date: 2003
File Type: PDF [PDF]
File Size: 383 KB
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