Submission from the NESP Hub for Clean Air and Urban Landscapes on Australia’s Strategy for Nature 2018–2030: Australia’s Biodiversity Conservation Strategy and Action Inventory

Caragh Threlfall, Kylie Soanes, Luis Mata, Kate Lee, Cristina Estima Ramalho, Judy Bush, Laura Mumaw, Nicholas A. Williamson, Kirsten Parris, Sarah A. Bekessy

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Abstract

Thank you for the opportunity to provide feedback on this document. The Clean Air and Urban Landscapes (CAUL) Hub is a consortium of four partner organisations (the University of Melbourne, RMIT University, the University of Wollongong and the University of Western Australia) with expertise in urban ecology, urban planning, urban design, public health, green infrastructure and air quality. The CAUL Hub is funded under the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program, and tasked with taking a comprehensive view of the sustainability and liveability of urban environments.

In this submission, we make three key recommendations for the improvement of the Strategy. The first recommendation focuses broadly on its framing and detail. The second and third recommendations focus specifically on implementing this Strategy in urban areas, as this is the area of the CAUL Hub’s expertise.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 16 Mar 2018

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Threlfall, Caragh ; Soanes, Kylie ; Mata, Luis ; Lee, Kate ; Estima Ramalho, Cristina ; Bush, Judy ; Mumaw, Laura ; Williamson, Nicholas A. ; Parris, Kirsten ; Bekessy, Sarah A. / Submission from the NESP Hub for Clean Air and Urban Landscapes on Australia’s Strategy for Nature 2018–2030: Australia’s Biodiversity Conservation Strategy and Action Inventory. 2018.
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