Saving our Species threatened populations strategy consultation draft

Threatened populations are groups of native plants and animals listed in the legislation as likely to become extinct in NSW in the near future.

Date
1 June 2017
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Strategic plan
Status
Draft
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-76039-715-9
  • ID OEH20170092
  • File PDF 1.1MB
  • Pages 10
  • Name saving-our-species-threatened-population-strategy-draft-june-2017-170092.pdf

This strategy outlines the Saving our Species (SoS) framework and approach to managing threatened populations.

The SoS program is the NSW Government’s management plan for securing threatened species, populations and ecological communities.

The aim of the program is to develop targeted conservation projects for managing threatened species, populations and ecological communities using the best available information.

An aspiration of the program is that its principles of cost-effectiveness, scientific rigour and transparency will guide investment by all (government and non-government) stakeholders across NSW.

All conservation projects developed under SoS are unified by the overarching objective of the program, ‘To maximise the number of threatened species that are secure in the wild in NSW for 100 years’.

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