Global Category: biosecurity policy

Protect Australia

A campaign to fix the country’s leaky environmental borders and keep dangerous new environmental pests and diseases out. Send your message to the Deputy Prime Minister today.

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Submission to draft Queensland Biosecurity Strategy 2017-22

Submitted: July 2017
A joint submission to the draft Queensland Biosecurity Strategy 2017-22 by the Invasive Species Council, Queensland Conservation Council and Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland. The strategy is broadly endorsed but argues for a greater emphasis on environmental biosecurity and recognition of the limited capacity of the conservation sector.

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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 the Review of the National Environmental Biosecurity Response Agreement (NEBRA)

Submitted: March 2017
This submission seeks the automatic triggering of NEBRA for priority organisms, majority instead of consensus decision-making, an emergency response fund, meaningful involvement of environmental stakeholders and environment departments, increased transparency, application of the precautionary principle and removal of the requirement for eradications to be cost beneficial.

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Protect Australia

A campaign to fix the country’s leaky environmental borders and keep dangerous new environmental pests and diseases out. Send your message to the Deputy Prime Minister today.

Read More »

Submission to draft Queensland Biosecurity Strategy 2017-22

Submitted: July 2017
A joint submission to the draft Queensland Biosecurity Strategy 2017-22 by the Invasive Species Council, Queensland Conservation Council and Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland. The strategy is broadly endorsed but argues for a greater emphasis on environmental biosecurity and recognition of the limited capacity of the conservation sector.

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 the Review of the National Environmental Biosecurity Response Agreement (NEBRA)

Submitted: March 2017
This submission seeks the automatic triggering of NEBRA for priority organisms, majority instead of consensus decision-making, an emergency response fund, meaningful involvement of environmental stakeholders and environment departments, increased transparency, application of the precautionary principle and removal of the requirement for eradications to be cost beneficial.

Read More »

Protect Australia

A campaign to fix the country’s leaky environmental borders and keep dangerous new environmental pests and diseases out. Send your message to the Deputy Prime Minister today.

Read More »

Submission to draft Queensland Biosecurity Strategy 2017-22

Submitted: July 2017
A joint submission to the draft Queensland Biosecurity Strategy 2017-22 by the Invasive Species Council, Queensland Conservation Council and Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland. The strategy is broadly endorsed but argues for a greater emphasis on environmental biosecurity and recognition of the limited capacity of the conservation sector.

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 the Review of the National Environmental Biosecurity Response Agreement (NEBRA)

Submitted: March 2017
This submission seeks the automatic triggering of NEBRA for priority organisms, majority instead of consensus decision-making, an emergency response fund, meaningful involvement of environmental stakeholders and environment departments, increased transparency, application of the precautionary principle and removal of the requirement for eradications to be cost beneficial.

Read More »

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