NSW Annual Report on Native Vegetation 2010

This document combines four reports related to native vegetation in NSW. The Native Vegetation Report Card, the Private Native Forestry Report Card and the Woody Vegetation Change Report 2009–2010 provide a comprehensive picture of native vegetation in NSW. The Compliance and Enforcement Report Card provides the latest information on OEH’s native vegetation compliance and enforcement activities.

Date
1 November 2011
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Annual report
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-74232-330-6
  • ID OEH20110685
  • File PDF 1.1MB
  • Pages 20
  • Name nsw-annual-report-on-native-vegetation-2010.pdf

The Native Vegetation Report Card demonstrates the significant achievements made in the conservation and rehabilitation of native vegetation under the Native Vegetation Act 2003 (NV Act) in 2010.

Some 1,025,000 hectares of native vegetation were conserved or improved across the state in 2010 (see page 7). In contrast, only 3600 hectares were approved to be legally cleared where environmental values were maintained or improved through mechanisms such as the use of offsets.

The Private Native Forestry Report Card shows that 425 PNF PVPs were approved during 2010. These PVPs encapsulated 68,600 hectares of native forest that can be logged, as long as environmental outcomes are improved or maintained (as outlined in the PNF Code).