Review: No Species Loss - a Nature Conservation Strategy for South Australia 2007-2017
A survey to document achievements and key learnings from implementation of the NSL Strategy
The South Australian Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, in partnership with the Conservation Council of South Australia and the broader environmental NGO sector, is currently reviewing the No Species Loss (NSL) Strategy (download the strategy here: No Species Loss - a Nature Conservation Strategy for South Australia 2007-2017). The strategy is the State's primary policy guiding activities intended to conserve biodiversity.
The following survey forms part of the review process in preparation for development of the next iteration of the strategy. The information gathered will be used to learn from the past and build on successes.