Key threatening processes strategy

Saving our Species

Key threatening processes drive the extinction of species and ecological communities.

Date
1 May 2018
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Strategic plan
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-76039-892-7
  • ID OEH20170445
  • File PDF 0.9MB
  • Pages 17
  • Name key-threatening-processes-strategy-170445.pdf

 

Pests and weeds, climate change and habitat loss are some of the key threatening processes (KTPs) that impact native plants and animals in NSW.

The Saving our Species program (SoS) is the NSW Government’s strategy for securing threatened species and ecological communities, and for managing key threatening processes.

The aim of the program is to develop targeted strategies for managing threatened plants and animals, ecological communities and key threatening processes using the best available information.