Review of landscape, multi - and single species recovery planning for threatened species
This project identifies the benefits and shortcomings of three types of recovery plans for threatened species – landscape (ecosystem), multi-species and single species plans. It also makes preliminary recommendations regarding the most suitable plan for delivering specific conservation outcomes. This information was obtained from reviewing 12 Australian recovery plans, interviews with 24 stakeholders involved in writing and implementing these plans (a representative of a government agency and a community member for each plan), and previous studies that have evaluated recovery planning.
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
|Publisher:||A project undertaken for WWF Australia|
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