Submission to exposure draft of the Biosecurity Bill – Oct 2012

As a replacement for the century-old Quarantine Act 1908, the Biosecurity Bill 2012 represents a rare opportunity to bolster Australia’s capacity to protect the environment from invasive species, a major cause of extinctions, declines and degradation.

Download using the link below the 65-page submission prepared with 18 other environment groups, or download the brief summary paper.

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