Global Category: biosecurity laws

Cruise ships are one of several pathways by which new invasive species can reach Norfolk Island. Photo: Thomas Huxley | CC BY-ND 2.0

Norfolk Island conservation project

We’re working with the Norfolk Island community to control invasive pests and stop the introduction of potential new pest species. We are also supporting a project to map the vegetation of Norfolk Island for the first time.

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Submission to draft Tasmanian Biosecurity Bill

Submitted: June 2017
This submission to the draft Tasmanian biosecurity legislation provides 25 recommendations ranging from suggestions that in environmental biosecurity matters the Environment Minister be consulted through to requiring a general biosecurity duty.

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Environmental Biosecurity: Best Practice A Guide for Australian Policy-makers

Environmental Biosecurity: Best Practice

March 2017
Our best-practice environmental guide for Australian policy makers shows how we can create a biosecurity system that’s properly aimed at delivering real environmental protection on behalf of all Australians.

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Submission to proposed NSW Biosecurity Act regulations

Submitted: February 2017
This submission to the draft regulations to the NSW Biosecurity Act 2016 rejects the regulations since they appear to merely transition existing management practices to the new legislation without a review of measures to reduce environmental biosecurity risks.

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Cruise ships are one of several pathways by which new invasive species can reach Norfolk Island. Photo: Thomas Huxley | CC BY-ND 2.0

Norfolk Island conservation project

We’re working with the Norfolk Island community to control invasive pests and stop the introduction of potential new pest species. We are also supporting a project to map the vegetation of Norfolk Island for the first time.

Read More »

Submission to draft Tasmanian Biosecurity Bill

Submitted: June 2017
This submission to the draft Tasmanian biosecurity legislation provides 25 recommendations ranging from suggestions that in environmental biosecurity matters the Environment Minister be consulted through to requiring a general biosecurity duty.

Read More »
Environmental Biosecurity: Best Practice A Guide for Australian Policy-makers

Environmental Biosecurity: Best Practice

March 2017
Our best-practice environmental guide for Australian policy makers shows how we can create a biosecurity system that’s properly aimed at delivering real environmental protection on behalf of all Australians.

Read More »

Submission to proposed NSW Biosecurity Act regulations

Submitted: February 2017
This submission to the draft regulations to the NSW Biosecurity Act 2016 rejects the regulations since they appear to merely transition existing management practices to the new legislation without a review of measures to reduce environmental biosecurity risks.

Read More »
Cruise ships are one of several pathways by which new invasive species can reach Norfolk Island. Photo: Thomas Huxley | CC BY-ND 2.0

Norfolk Island conservation project

We’re working with the Norfolk Island community to control invasive pests and stop the introduction of potential new pest species. We are also supporting a project to map the vegetation of Norfolk Island for the first time.

Read More »

Submission to draft Tasmanian Biosecurity Bill

Submitted: June 2017
This submission to the draft Tasmanian biosecurity legislation provides 25 recommendations ranging from suggestions that in environmental biosecurity matters the Environment Minister be consulted through to requiring a general biosecurity duty.

Read More »
Environmental Biosecurity: Best Practice A Guide for Australian Policy-makers

Environmental Biosecurity: Best Practice

March 2017
Our best-practice environmental guide for Australian policy makers shows how we can create a biosecurity system that’s properly aimed at delivering real environmental protection on behalf of all Australians.

Read More »

Submission to proposed NSW Biosecurity Act regulations

Submitted: February 2017
This submission to the draft regulations to the NSW Biosecurity Act 2016 rejects the regulations since they appear to merely transition existing management practices to the new legislation without a review of measures to reduce environmental biosecurity risks.

Read More »

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