From 1995 to 2017, the legislation covering the listing of threatened species and ecological communities in NSW was called the Threatened Species Conservation Act, 1995 (the TSC Act).
The NSW Scientific Committee established under that Act was required to keep the lists of threatened species, populations, ecological communities and key threatening processes in the Schedules of the TSC Act under review and determine whether any changes to the lists were necessary. A Review of the Schedules project took place between 2007 and 2009.
Review of the Schedules project information
The following information is from the Review of the Schedules project:
- Project report (PDF 48KB)
- Table 1 - Summary of Review of Schedules Outcomes (PDF 19KB)
- Table 2 - Species still under assessment (PDF 21KB)
- Table 3 - Assessment against criteria in the Threatened Species Conservation Regulation 2002 (PDF 61KB)
- Table 4 - Assessment against IUCN red list criteria (PDF 62KB)
- Table 5 - Threatened Species Conservation Regulation 2002 criteria (PDF 20KB)