Statements of Intent
A Statement of Intent (SOI) is similar to a Threat Abatement Plan in that it details a threat abatement strategy for a threat that has been listed under the Threatened Species Conservation Act as a key threatening process. It is not, however, a statutory document. Although an SOI generally focuses on the Office of Environment and Heritage's (OEH) area of responsibility, successful threat abatement relies on an integrated and collaborative approach involving other public authorities, organisations and the community. SOIs identify a number of actions that OEH will implement to manage the threat. These actions fall into one of the Threat Abatement Strategies identified in the Priorities Action Statement.
The following SOIs have been prepared:
- Infection of native plants by Phytophthora cinnamomi (08119soipc.pdf, 842KB)
- Infection of frogs by amphibian chytrid causing the disease chytridiomycosis (09479soi2chytrid.pdf, 742KB)
- Priorities for Biodiversity Adaptation to Climate Change (10771prioritiesbioadaptcc.pdf, 1296KB)
Page last updated: 11 September 2012